Hardeman County Agritourism

Grand Junction Farmer's Market

215 Highway 57, Grand Junction, TN  38039

Historic Lafayette Gin converted into a Farmer's Market, thanks to a generous grant from the TN Dept. of Agriculture. 


280 Hwy. 64 West; Whiteville, TN  38075; 731-254-8473

Home baked breads, cookies, cakes and pies.  Deli sandwiches, natural cheeses, butter & meats as well as pure sorghum, molasses, home canned jam, jellies and relishes.  Lawn furniture, gazebos, swing sets, cookbooks and Christian books.

Blueberry Ridge Goat Farm

915 Cox Road; Mercer, TN 38392; 731-658-4352

Pick your own blueberries and vegetables.

Yoders Oak Lawn Farm

6400 Old Hwy. 64, Whiteville, TN 38075; 731-254-8596

Strawberries - Ready to pick by first of May

4275 Ellington Road, Grand Junction, TN 38039; 901-878-1067; amesplantation.org; amesplantation@lunaweb.net

UT Agricultural Experiment Station and Home of the National Field Trial Championship
Seasonal - Call for information and dates

Hardeman County Fair

Hardeman County Fairgrounds, Bolivar, TN 38008 ; 731-658-2421

County Fair held in August.

Pinerowe Vineyards

574 Hwy 368; Grand Junction, TN   38039; 901-877-6236; Home: 731-764-2580
Fax:  901- 877-6266  
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 92, Moscow, TN 38057

Grapes available in August and September.

Farmers Market

Downtown Bolivar, TN  38008

Heritage Plantation

402 Heritage Plantation Road, Hickory Valley, TN 38042; 731-764-6009

Trail rides during Tennessee Forest Festival

Falcon Ridge Farm

22630 Hwy. 18 N., Toone, TN 38381; 731-658-5200; E-mail:  mail@falconridgefarm.net; Web Site: www.falconridgefarm.net

Raise, Train, and Sell Tennessee Walking Horses; Pumpkin Patch; Corn Maze; Haunted Hayrides; and youth riding camps

  Soundtrack of America logo.gif - 22.97 KB