Discover Agritourism

Agritourism is any land based farm or business that is open to the public. Agritourism attractions usually offer things to see, things to do, and produce or trinkets to buy, and are open to the public at least some parts of the year. Some agritourism farms are open 365 days, some only open for a few weekends during the harvest. All offer a distinctive and enjoyable farm experience and are by and large interesting to all family members.

Wine tasting, farm tours, country bed and breakfast, corn mazes, hay rides, U-Pick farms and even farm stands are all examples of Agritourism. These diversified farming operations are bringing an interested cusumer right to the farm, providing education and experience, and offer special farm products or related gifts for sale, things to do, and opportunities for easy and inexpensive education and entertainment experiences for young and old alike.

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4061 Clemmons Rd Clemmons NC 27012 Tel: (336) 778-6300

* Arboretum * Rose Garden * AIDS Memorial Garden

Total Visit - 1725  |  Visit Today - 0  |  Average Visit Per Day - 0
http://www.forsyth.cc/Parks/Tanglewood/gardens....   Last Updated on 5/19/2010
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308 Horne Creek Farm Road  Pinnacle NC 27043 Tel: (336) 325-2298

Horne Creek Farm enables visitors to experience farm life in North Carolina's northwestern Piedmont circa 1900. The site features the family's original farm house, a tobacco curing barn, a corn crib, adjacent fields under cultivation, and even a heritage apple orchard. Through programs ranging from old fashioned ice cream socials to an annual corn shucking frolic, Horne Creek Living Historical Farm provides a unique opportunity to learn about our rural past.

Total Visit - 1454  |  Visit Today - 0  |  Average Visit Per Day - 0
http://www.nchistoricsites.org/horne/horne.htm   Last Updated on 5/10/2010
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3532 Baptist Church Rd  Boonville NC  27011 Tel: 336-468-8878
Travel 8.7 miles  -  0:17 minutes from downtown Elkin, North Carolina

The Green Mesa Blueberry Farm was established in 2002. We have two acres of blueberries with five different varieties to choose from. These delicious berries range from sweet to tangy. We are located in a farm and country environment, so come and enjoy our gorgeous scenery and serene farm life while you pick your berries. We have cattle, geese, dogs, and acres of countryside all around.

Total Visit - 845  |  Visit Today - 0  |  Average Visit Per Day - 0
http://www.greenmesablueberryfarm.com   Last Updated on 6/5/2014
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2930 S. Center Church Road Thurmond NC  28683 Tel: 336-957-3581
Travel 10.2 miles  -  0:17 minutes from downtown Elkin, North Carolina

Precious Alpaca Farm - Thurmond , NC The Precious Alpaca Farm is geared toward groups of all ages. A video will educate you on the history of the Alpaca from the origin to the differences in colors + breeds. Then enjoy interacting with the Alpaca and observe demonstrations of weaving raw fibers. The Alpaca are really precious animals to be appreciated and adored.

Total Visit - 2044  |  Visit Today - 0  |  Average Visit Per Day - 0 
https://www.visitnc.com/listing/precious-alpaca...   Last Updated on 5/8/2014
 Papa Goats Tree Farm  
627 Three Creeks Lane Sparta NC 28675  Tel: 336-372-3055
Travel 30.09 miles  -  0:49 minutes from downtown Elkin, North Carolina

A choose-and-cut farm that offers Fraser fir and white pine tress, wreaths, garland, and gift items in their country store. Tractor rides for the kids, plus donkeys, goats and ducks to pet and feed. One-bedroom cabin available on premises for rent. With loft and convertible sofa, sleeps up to six. Two-night minimum.

Total Visit - 248  |  Visit Today - 0  |  Average Visit Per Day - 0
    Last Updated on 9/14/2008

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