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Take advantage of the delicious, healthy harvests of local farms.


Prattville/Autauga Farmers Market

332 Doster Rd. • Prattville • (334) 595-0850
Summer Market- Open Saturdays from
7 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Millbrook Farmers Market

Grandview Road • (334) 285-6428  • www.cityofmillbrook.org
Summer Market- Open Tuesdays from
8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Wetumpka Farmers Market

2872 US Highway 231 • (334) 303-6367
Open: May – August only

Ingram’s Farmers Market and Garden Center

3740 Magnolia Drive • Millbrook • (334) 517-4682
Open: M-F 9 am- 6 pm / Sat 8 am – 5 pm / Sun 1-5 pm

Barber Berry Farm

2362 Alabama River Pkwy. • Millbrook  • (334) 549-4710 • www.barberberryfarm.com

Fruit lovers can pick pesticide-free and thornless blackberries, blueberries, and muscadines. The farm also grows plums, peaches, nectarines, and persimmons.

Oakview Farms Granary

164 Dewberry Trail • Wetumpka • (334) 567-9221 • www.oakviewfarms.com

This family-run business features a stone burr grist mill for grinding fresh grains, hydroponic lettuce, local raw honey, seasonal vegetables, fresh chicken eggs, herbs, and more. Its products were listed among the “Top 10 Must-Eat Alabama Foods” by Southern Living.

J&J Berry Farm

198 Windy Ridge • Wetumpka  • (334) 306-0948 • www.jjberryfarm.com

Pick blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and daylilies at this family-owned farm. They also have homemade jams, desserts, and farm fresh eggs. You can pre-order your berries and pick them up at the markets.Visit J&J Berry Farm at the farmers market in Eastchase on Saturdays from 7-12 and in Millbrook City Park on Tuesdays from 8-12.