Do you love blueberries? One thing is for sure berries of all kinds are a wonderful treat in summer and who doesn't love fresh blueberries? Did you know there are a couple of farms not far from Texarkana where you can pick your own blueberries?

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Make an afternoon of it with the whole family. The big payoff is when you get home because blueberries taste great alone, on ice cream or in muffins, pies, pancakes and more.

Peak season is here so if you want to pick up blueberries now is the time to do it.

Texarkana Blueberry Patch

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Located at 9000 Tennessee Road in Genoa. They are open the rest of this week (Thursday 6/16/22) thru (Saturday 6/18/22) 7am to 11am. You can get more updates on their Facebook page or call (903) 293-7545

Sage's River Ridge Farm in Ashdown

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Sage's River Ridge Farm grows blueberries you can pick yourself. They are open right now Monday -  Saturday from 6 AM to 6 PM and on Sundays from Noon to 6 PM. They are located at 110 CR-3 in Ashdown Arkansas. Keep up with their supply on their Facebook page or give them a call at (870) 648-9887. They have also posted some great recipes on their Facebook page. The season might start winding down after this weekend.

 

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Tyler Berry Farm in Tyler

Tyler Berry Farm is growing blueberries too, located at 9628 CR 429 in Tyler, Texas.    They are open 7 days a week from 7 AM to 7 PM. Something to remember for next year they just finished with their strawberry crop but the blueberries are in full swing. You can pick the blueberries yourself, they also have blueberries already picked. You can find out more information on their Facebook page, and website or call them at (903) 526-4440. Coming soon? Sunflowers.

Do you know of some other farms close by where you can pick your berries or other fruits? Let us know!

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