11825 US HWY 59N
Open anytime, but please call before you come. This nine-acre farm north of Nacogdoches has a Community Supported Agriculture program that offers organically grown vegetables. Crops include u-pick and already picked beans, broccoli, cucumbers, herbs/spices, melons, onions, peas, peppers, pumpkins, rhubarb, summer squash, winter squash and tomatoes. Directions: We are located a little north of Nacogdoches toward Garrison, 2 miles east of the Highway 259 & 59 intersection/loop. Our sign & driveway is on the north side of Highway 59. Cash and check payments are accepted.
BIRDWELL’S BLUEBERRY BUSY
983 Shady Acres
Pick-your-own blueberries and buy your own blueberry plants. Directions: From Nacogdoches High School, go North on Appleby Sand Road. Go 4 1/2 miles to Appleby City Limits sign, take the next street to the left which is Shady Acres. Go to the end of the street (about one mile). Take the left driveway, #983.
451 CR 2052
Pick-your-own blueberries and purchase your own blueberry plants. Directions: Go northeast on FM 1878 3 miles past Loop 224. Turn left into Carrizo Creek Estates. Take the first street to the left. Turn into the third driveway on the left at 451.
107 W. Pearl St.
Each Saturday, vendors sell homegrown and homemade items, including local produce, flowers, herbs and plants.
6427 S. FM 225
Open: Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm.
Pick-your-own plums in late May peaches first of June to late July. Blackberries, blueberries, figs, flowers, melons, nectarines, peaches and plums are also available when in season. We also sell blueberry and blackberry plants. Always call before you visit. Directions: From West Loop 224 Take FM 225 west toward lake Nacogdoches for 3.1 miles, look for old green and white Sinclair gas station sign on the left hand side of the road. Cash and check payments are accepted.
451 CR 2052
The Blueberry Place is a small pick-your-own blueberry farm with two acres dedicated to three different varieties of blueberries: Tifblue, Climax and Bluebell. Since no pesticides of any kind are used, the berries can be eaten right off the bush (and you can eat all you want while you pick). Cash and check payments are accepted. Directions: Approximately 3 miles from Loop 224 to Carrizo Creek Estates; left turn into subdivision; left turn on County Road 2052; third mail box on left.