u-pick Blueberries and flowers

Come experience the farm in the summer months! We are open for U-Pick blueberries and flowers based on availability. Check here for picking availability or check our FaceBook page for updates.

farm products

Find us at the Dunlap Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9am-1pm in season to pick up our farm products.

The market is located at Harris Park: 91 Walnut Street Dunlap, TN 37327. Connect with them on Facebook. We’ll also have our products available on-farm during picking season.

Blueberry Jams

Pre-picked blueberries

Pancake mix, blueberry sugar

Plan your visit

U-pick Blueberries

In 2024, our U-Pick blueberries will be available on Wednesday and Saturday mornings in June from 8am-1pm. Quantities are limited and a field ticket must be reserved to secure a picking spot. Reserve your ticket here.

U-Pick Flowers

We book floral sessions beginning in June. Clippers and a cup will be provided! Specialty cut flowers are $15/cup. Bring a group and cut your own bouquet! Click here for availability.

meet the goats

Get up close and personal with a few of our friendly goats while you’re here! You can purchase a small cup of feed to give the goats ($1).

plan your visit

  • U-picks for berries and flowers are pre-scheduled events. Because we are crop and weather dependent, we do not allow walk up picking. Click here to reserve a spot for berry-picking or here for flowers.
  • We do not have restroom facilities on the farm.
  • We love dogs, but we cannot allow them in our U-pick field for food safety reasons. Please leave your pets at home.
  • The fields will close in the event of inclement weather or when we get picked out.
  • Dress appropriately! This is a working farm.

2024 U-Pick Prices

  • Berries and flowers will be paid for in the field. Please bring payment with you when picking. Forms of payment accepted: cash, credit card, Venmo, PayPal.
  • Picking containers will be provided.
  • Berries are $5.00/pound
  • Specialty flowers are $15/cup. Each cup will hold 20+ stems. This year, our flowers have a mission that we’re calling “Garden of Grace.” For every flower cup purchased, $1 will be donated to NextStep Resource Center.

our story

Our farm story began over 100 years ago when Laura’s family bought this farmland in the beautiful Sequatchie Valley. Laura has many childhood memories of visiting her grandparents in the summers, picking blueberries from their small blueberry patch and snapping beans at her grandmother’s kitchen table. Allen and Laura wanted to preserve the family farmland and now live and work on the farm with Laura’s parents. They seek to share it with their community as a place where people can come and experience its beauty and form a connection with the land and all that it can produce.

from corn and cows...

Mack and Josephine wells, first in our family line to purchase the farm in 1907

The Blueberry field used to be for cattle grazing. The stone wall was built in the 1800s and is one of the best preserved sections in the county.

Corn shocks in the 1960s

josephine Wilmoth in front of the old log barn

A new metal barn in the 1960s to replace the one that burned.

...to berries and flowers

First job was to remove the rocks!

A Year of Cover cropping to improve the soil

Trenching irrigation lines

prep the rows

time to plant!

lots and lots of mulch

What Our Guests Say

"To say I’m in love with your Spiced Blueberry Jam is an understatement. My first taste was like nothing I have ever had before. The spice and the blueberry are a perfect combination. I am hooked for life!"

— Ed

"As a mom of boys this was a fun experience with them and so close to home! I loved the flowers and the loved the garden art scavenger hunt! Great Saturday morning in Dunlap!"

— Britt

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stonecreekblueberries@gmail.com

(423) 661-5629

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