Pick-Your-Own Farms

Picking fruits/vegetables at local farms, opportunities to have fun and get down to earth 🙂

Peachtree Farms

Near I-70, Exit 111
660-882-8009 website

Description: Peach Tree Farms begins its peach season around June 25 and sells through most of August. Monday-Saturday, 10am- Dark, Sunday, 1pm- Dark. In the fall, the Pumpkin Patch offers a wide selection of pumpkins, gourds and squash. The Pumpkin Patch is open the last week in September through October 31st. Take a hayride, visit the barnyard – pet and feed the animals, play in the straw maze. Families are invited to come by Mon – Sat 10:00 am – 6:00 pm & Sun 1:00 – 6:00 pm. Admission price is $ 3.00 per person. Schedule a School visit Mon – Fri, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Charge is $2 per child and chaperone. (Teachers are FREE!) The kids will even get to pick their own pumpkin. There are picnic tables for snacks and drinks. Please call in August or September to schedule.

Walk About Acres
6800 N. Kircher Road
Columbia, MO 65201
573-474-8837 walkaboutacres@agristar.net website

Description: Walk-About Acres is a working farm featuring locally produced honey and honey products, 3 retail greenhouses with a wide variety of plants including tomato, pepper, bedding plants and Grow Native plants. Walk-About Acres has many animals to see during your visit: peacocks, rabbits, turkeys, llamas, Nubian goats and more.

Shryocks Callaway Farm
2927 County Road 253
Columbia , MO
573-592-0191 mshryock@ktis.net website

Description: Pick your own pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, and a 3 foot gumball coaster. Open: August 31st – October 28th, 2007 – call ahead for times.

Pick & Pick
5910 Rangeline Road
Columbia, MO
573-999-4036 website

Description: Treat yourself to an outing! Come to a 10-acre “plantation” located in a beautiful setting within a few minutes of the city of Columbia, where you’ll find very good fruits and vegetables growing. During the spring, summer and early fall, the plantation is open for business. If you enjoy fresh air, fresh berries, and fresh vegetables, come see us. If you like picking your own food right from the garden, this is the place for you. Open April 16 – October 31.

SGB Farms
725 E. Cedar Tree Lane
Hartsburg, MO

Description: Pick your own blueberries.

McCoy’s Pumpkin Farm
15475 N. Rt. Z
Centralia, MO
573-682-5450 website

Description: pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, prepicked produce, and a petting zoo. Call ahead of days and times.

Home Grown Paradise
3507 CR 257
Fulton, MO 65251

Description: Beans, beets, broad beans, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, onions, peas, peppers, pumpkins, summer squash, strawberries, tomatoes, and other vegetables; call ahead for hours – generally open Tuesday – Sunday – June, July, August, September and October.

Pin Oak Farms
2431 Highway E
New Haven, MO 63068

Description: U-Pick Pumpkin Patch & Haunted Corn Field. Find your way through the maze. Call for days and hours of operation.

Huffstutter Orchards
2612 State Route P
New Franklin, MO
660-848-2320 website

Description: Pick your own pumpkins and apples. Call ahead for hours.



About Nguyễn Minh Hiển
My name is Nguyễn Minh Hiển. At the moment, I am doing my MBA at the University of Missouri at Columbia, USA. In the past, I worked as an electrical engineer and received my undergraduate and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering. I enjoy working with young people and helping empower the Vietnamese youth by developing Dotchuoinon.com (co-founder, author) and Usguide.org.vn (author, admin, mentor). Out of the love for traveling, I develop An nho O Dau (cofounder), a Vietnamese worldwide couchsurfing network for Vietnamese students to travel on budget at sinhvienusa.org/anod. I enjoy hiking, swimming, doing yoga and traveling. I also study the teachings of Jesus, Buddha and other great people down the history.

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