You already know the best places to pick strawberries in Georgia, but do you know which cities are home to the best strawberry festivals?
The Ottawa Farms Strawberry Festival in Bloomingdale, Georgia, has been a community favorite for years. Held in April, it features artists, bands, dancers, pig races, food vendors and, of course, strawberry picking. Admission is $5 for visitors 4 years and older.
There's nothing quite like spending a spring Saturday enjoying fun on the farm, so Rutland Farms has taken the very best of the farm and turned it into a Strawberry Jubilee available every Saturday in April. The fun starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 6 p.m. Kids can enjoy the bounce house, petting zoo, hay rides, strawberry picking, barrel train ride, and more.
The Georgia Strawberry Festival is a family-friendly event April 27, 2024. It features a 5K run, children’s parade, live musical entertainment, a fire truck pull, dachshund races, arts and crafts sale, vintage tractor show, strawberry pie eating contest and more. Admission is free.
Strawberries at Mitcham Farm in Oxford, Georgia
Middle Georgia is home to the annual Strawberry Festival at Mitcham Farm. The event features pick-your-own strawberries, pre-picked strawberries, specialty strawberry-centric food items for sale, craft vendors, live music, hayrides, and a farm animal viewing area.
Jaemor Farms strawberries
Jaemor Farms hosts its annual Strawberry Festival in May, complete with pick-your-own strawberries, a strawberry cook-off, local vendors, a mobile dairy unit, shopping and more. The event is free to attend. No pets are allowed.