A mom was looking for “Pick Your Own” farm options not too far away.  The PickYourOwn.org website is a great resource, so I checked that and asked the PAM moms on Facebook too.  Here are the results – happy picking!

Honey Creek Peaches
4372 County Road 862, McKinney map
The peaches ripen around the end of July.

Wild Berry Farm
905 Crawford Rd, Sadler map
blueberries, blackberries, and vegetables.  Pick your own and a country store.
We visited Wild Berry Farms about a month ago <June> and had an amazing time! They are so nice and accommodating. It’s about an hour drive from our Plano home but so worth it. They knew we were coming and even kept us updated throughout the day about the availability of their blueberries so we wouldn’t waste a drive if they got picked clean.  They have plans for a fall festival and we can’t wait to go back!

Ham Orchards
11939 Co Rd 309, Terrell map
open mid-May to mid-August
blackberries, peaches, Farm Market Store, The Pavilion (BBQ, ice cream)

Lavender Ridge Farms
2391 County Road 178, Gainesville map
Lavender (late May), herbs and zinnias and other seasonal crops.  Country Gift Shop, Lavender Café

Red River Peach Orchard
300 County Road 300, Gainsville map

Sunnyvale Pecan Orchard
137 Rebecca Rd. Sunnyvale map

Duck Creek Blackberries
5037 Duck Creek Rd, Sanger map

Windy Creek Vineyards
3295 Union Hill Rd, Sanger map
grapes, peaches and plums

Walkers Blueberries
2933 FM 274, Ravenna map

Twin Oaks Blueberry Farm 
Texas A&M University – Commerce
2965 Highway 24, Campbell map

Henrietta Creek Orchard
14255 Old Denton Rd, Roanoke map
apples, peaches, vegetables, field trips