Blueberries on the Buffalo Farm is a pick-your-own blueberry farm located in northern Lawrence County, Tennessee near the Amish community. This is a small family farm situated on the banks of the scenic Buffalo River. Owners Dan and Debbie Eiser strive to provide a clean, safe, family-friendly environment, and produce high-quality berries without the use of pesticides or herbicides. In addition to pick-your-own blueberries, pre-picked berries are also available with advanced notice. In addition to blueberries, they also offer a limited supply of seasonal produce such as blackberries, figs,luffa squash sponges and fresh garden produce.
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Blueberries on the Buffalo Farm is located about 10 miles north of Lawrenceburg, TN in the Henryville Community just 0.8 of a mile north of the Turnpike Road (Hwy. 240) at 78 Cemetery Road (look for the big red barn and blueberry banner on the right side of the road). The farm is an easy, scenic drive from the Natchez Trace Parkway Napier Road exit, Nashville, Franklin, Cool Springs and Ethridge in Tennessee, Florence and north Alabama and all points in between. Call ahead for detailed directions, picking times and picking conditions. (Note: The Driving Directions and map generated by the Google Search from this page are not accurate).
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