1569 Beautancus Road, Mount Olive
Choose your Christmas tree fresh from a variety of cedar and pine trees off this farm and a selection of mountain-grown Fraser Firs. Open Saturday before Thanksgiving through 3rd week of December.
816 NC Hwy 11 S, Magnolia
Hanging baskets of ferns serve as decorations while they wait for a buyer at Chestnutt Farms roadside stand. The season starts in April with luscious strawberries- ends in late fall with pumpkins and mums- with everything in between.
312 Blackmore Road / Warsaw
You-pick, we-pick blueberries. Pond fishing.
2488 West NC Hwy 403, Faison
Nursery operations grow 14 million strawberry plants that they sell to other strawberry growers. When the berries are ripe Cottle Farms opens its fields in Faison for school field trips.
190 Cottle Lane, Rose Hill
Over 30 different certified organic vegetables are grown and sold through CSA.
87 Fish Hatchery Lane, Faison
The fish hatchery has ponds and 4 hatchery buildings with over 200 tanks that raise largemouth bass, bream, catfish and koi for stocking ponds.
1632 West Wards Bridge Rd, Warsaw
Golden Grove Candy Company began in 2007 and is home of the Carolina Crisp Peanut Bar and Golden Grove Peanuts.
488 NC 11 South, Magnolia
Wreaths, machine-shaking, net-bagging of trees and tree stands. Open Thanksgiving thru December 24
234 Paul Ed Dail Rd, Kenansville
In the country store you can find many items that can be used in your home such as items to clean your clothes, floors, and dishes. Also, the store carries décor and other items to improve your home. Their hand made pillows add a beautiful touch to any room in your home.
911 N. Railroad St., Wallace
Strawberries – April-May; Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash, Pole beans, Okra, Potatoes, Watermelon & Cantaloupes – June-August
NC Fresh Farms
Charity Road @ Bay Road / Rose Hill
Corn, tomatoes, peas, butter beans, watermelons, cantaloupe, and more.
375-acre working farm with museum featuring an 1830s dogtrot style house completely furnished to that period. Nine other vintage farm buildings containing over 850 artifacts from the past and a country store structure (c. 1925.)
214 Island Creek Road, Rose Hill
Selling homegrown collards, corn, tomatoes and other vegetables and fruits. Call for directions.
A family-owned and operated bakery and bulk food products store keeps the dough rising and, even though the facility is small, it accommodates tour bus stops with advanced notice. They stock a variety of candies and sugar-free treats to round out their offerings. Call ahead to find out when the bread comes from the oven on the day you want to visit.
677 N NC-11, Pink Hill
Pick or buy fresh strawberries in season. Homemade ice creams, seasonal produce, jams, jellies, candles, t-shirts, ciders, flags, birdhouses, wreaths, gifts and more
1277 N.C. Highway 24/50, Warsaw
910.293.7294 / 800.868.2055
Westwater operators prepare and cure each ham using the family’s recipe that has been passed down through the generations. Along with local sales at the “ham house” the business sells and ships their product world-wide.