Strawberry season is just beginning in Arkansas, and there are a variety of places to get berries while they’re in season, including local farms and markets. Supplies vary, so it’s a good idea to call vendors or check their Facebook pages before heading out.
Farmers markets may also offer strawberries — read more about when they’re open here.
Cabot Patch Farms
3885 Arkansas 89 South, Cabot.
Strawberries have become available at Cabot Patch Farms, but daily supply varies. Customers will not be able to pick their own in 2022.
1 Sandhill Road, Lonoke.
Barnhill Orchards’ crop is being picked daily, but they do sell out often. Customers cannot pick their own.
Holland Bottom Farm
1255 Bill Foster Memorial Highway West, Cabot.
Strawberries are flowing in from Holland Bottom Farm, but daily supply varies. Berries are sold pre-picked.
Salt Box Farm
2019 Johnson Lane, Benton.
Salt Box Farm allows customers to pick their own berries. As of April 20, the farm is open on and off, depending on supply and weather.
St. Joseph Farm Stand
6800 Camp Robinson Road, North Little Rock.
Strawberries grown at St. Joseph Center of Arkansas are available for purchase at their Farm Stand, and customers are expected to be able to pick their own at some times during the season, depending on supply and weather.
Local grocery stores and markets
7901 Stagecoach Road, Little Rock.
The Nurserie sometimes carries Arkansas strawberries from different farms in its store.
Bell Urban Farm
2011 Tyler St., Conway.
Strawberries are sometimes offered at Bell Urban Farm, depending on supply.
Heights Corner Market
5018 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock.
Local strawberries are often available at Heights Corner Market, though supplies vary.
Arkansas Local Food Network
Arkansas Local Food Network is an online service that connects customers with local food and products, including strawberries. Customers can place orders from noon Sunday to noon Wednesday and then pick up their goods on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at Christ Episcopal Church, 509 Scott St., Little Rock, or from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 20900 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock.