Gibsonville / Elon’s mid market location allows it to enjoy a marvelous blend of urban and rural amenities. Whether from our roadside markets, at a local restaurant, or on a family farm, you are only minutes away from your next excellent adventure or meal. For more information, see the below list (in alphabetic order):
Apple Farm @ 3922 High Rock Road, Gibsonville or (336) 621-4247: Roadside farm stand with abundant fresh strawberries and vegetables during season. Please note that Apple is the family name and this farm does not sell apples.
Asgard Farm @ 2101 Cullen Road, Gibsonville or (336) 266-8113: Small family owned farm that produce pastured broilers, turkeys and free-range eggs. It also produce grass-fed beef and lamb as well as pasture-raised pork. All of the feed used on this farm is locally milled, non-GMO and soy-free.
Byrd Farm @ 9773 NC Hwy. 62 South, Burlington, NC 27217 or (336) 260-9159: Run by mother / daughter Susan and Bonnie Bryd, this converted tobacco farm offers fresh produce via a CSA service from May to September as well as at local farmers markets.
Blueberry Thrill Farm @ 6938 Eaglesfield Road, Gibsonville or (336) 449-7246: Blueberry Thrill Farm offers pick your own apples, blueberrys, blackberries, and peaches. You can also cut your own flower arrangements. Run by Rick Langhorne and his wife Nan, this farm was established in 1982.
Cobb’s Choose & Cut Christmas Trees @ 6334 Frieden Chapel Road, Gibsonville or (336) 449-0113: From late November through December, you can make choosing your holiday tree into a family event. This location allows families to walk in nature and choose their ideal tree, which you can cut down yourself or have done for you. On select weekends, hot chocolate and holiday music are offered in a giant barn onsite.
Grove Winery & Vineyards @ 7360 Brooks Bridge Road, Gibsonville or (336) 584-4060: This active winery has a tasting room, regular concerts, food truck rodeos, painting classes, as well as co-events like paddling classes (with the Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company). It is a part of the federally recognized Haw River AVA, which includes numerous other wineries and vineyards in Alamance County.
High Rock Farm @ 960 High Rock Road, Gibsonville or (336) 634-0874: Established in 1807 by then US Senator Joseph McCain (kin to US Senator John McCain),the McCain homeplace is now owned by Richard Teague. This National Register property planted its first chestnut tree in the early 1990’s. As of 2017, it is the largest chestnut orchard in the mid Atlantic producing over 26,000 pounds of nuts with over 500 trees. It also has over 400 pecan trees. Selling pecans, its own wine, chestnuts, and chestnut flour (typically used to brew beer), this destination farm is one of a kind and only open for specific public events.
J Razz and Tazz Farm @ 180 Painter Lakes Road / 466 Peeden Drive, Gibsonville @ (336) 697-1675: Opening in September of each year, this farms celebrates the seasonal spectacle of Fall. Farm activities offered include a day and night time corn maze, old fashioned rides, a pumpkin patch, and the children friendly Burgess Grove.
Reedy Fork Organic Farm @ 7092 Sockwell Road, Elon or (336) 449-4888: Sixth generation 500 acre farm with around 100 Holstein and Holstein/Jersey cross cows. This non-retail dairy farm offers organic goods in local stores under its Organic Valley label. Products are certified free of antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, herbicides, or GMO’s.
Smith Farms @ 6806 Tickle Road, Gibsonville or (336) 516-0855: Per their facebook page, “Smith Farms is a family-owned business located in northeast Guilford County, 6 miles north of downtown Gibsonville. Each spring, the greenhouses are full of ferns, geraniums, hanging baskets, vegetable and bedding plants for sale to the public. We also raise our own fruit and vegetable plants from seed that we plant on the family farm. Typical farm produce includes: strawberries, cabbage, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, squash, cucumbers, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, field peas, lima beans and October beans! These are available at our farm-side produce stand, the Thursday Elon Market, the Saturday Greensboro Farmer’s Market and 7-days a week at the Sandy Ridge Rd Farmers Market.” Their email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wagoner’s Nursery @ 6818 Freidens Church Rd, Gibsonville or (336) 449-5532: Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, owner Bruce Wagoner attended NC State University and received his BS in Ornamental Horticulture in 1988. Bruce joined the family North Carolina Christmas tree business in 1989, and in 1990 opened Wagoner’s Nursery. This wholesale nursey offers field grown, ornamental shade trees as well as Christmas trees (during season).
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