Remember when you were a kid and found a wild berry bush? You’d pick as many as you could and carry them home in hopes Mom might make a fresh cobbler or pie. The berries were so much fresher and tastier than the stuff from the store. Now you can relive that memory in Choctaw Country by visiting one of our many berry-picking farms, and even bring your own kids to make memories for themselves. And if you never got to pick your own berries as a kid, well – here’s your big chance!
A gorgeous blackberry and blueberry farm with several varieties of thornless berries. Pick your own berries right off the bushes or purchase pre-picked fresh, or bring a cooler and take them home frozen. Ripening season, picking times and updates available on Facebook. Open Memorial Day weekend through August, depending on weather.
Bridal Path Farms at Lukfata Creek / Broken Bow
Offering a variety of seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs, as well as honey, farm fresh eggs and seasonal cut flowers. Take a walk on the Jelly- making Trails to find plums, apples, pears, figs, muscadine grapes, raspberries, blackberries and even jalapeños. Pick your own or pick up a basket or bouquet of pre-picked fruit. Fun day camps and workshops available, along with homemade soaps, quilts and other hand-crafted treasures.
Creekside Berry Farm / Red Oak
A family-owned and operated business, Creekside offers several varieties of blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and vegetables whenever they’re in-season. Located 15 miles from the west end of the Talimena Drive, and one mile west of LeFlore.
Roll up your sleeves and get to picking with Grandpa. Pick all the blackberries and blueberries you want. Rather not pick them yourself? Grandpa sells pre-picked berries for you to take home. While there, make sure you visit the Grandpa’s Berry Patch Volunteer Fire Department’s 1949 Seagrave fire truck!
Maple Creek Berry Farm / Poteau
If you’re looking to spend the day selecting the juiciest, plumpest blueberries in a breathtaking hillside setting, head straight for Maple Creek Berry Farm. Buckets and take-home containers are provided for the berries you picked. Think of it as berry-picking therapy for the soul…and the stomach!
Wild Things Farm / Pocola
Want something more to do than just pick berries? You’re looking for Wild Things Farm! It’s 90 acres of fun with two ponds and a large pavilion for group activities. Come out and pick your own strawberries, blueberries and fresh veggies, then take a fun stroll through the seasonal corn maze. Afterward, visit with the farm animals and check out the games, hayrides, fishing, and our new train! Group tours, family reunions and meeting facilities are all available upon request.
Things to Do
- Crystal Creek Winery
- Three Rivers Valley Museum
- Wild Boar Ridge Hunting Ranch
- Vojai’s Winery
- Texoma Mud Park