The Best San Antonio Farms and Markets For Picking Your Own Fall Ingredients 

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People of San Antonio, the temperature might not hit the 70s this weekend, so you know what that means: GO OUTSIDE! Feel the sun shine on your face and not get scorched to hell. And while you're at it, pick an apple or some asparagus for tomorrow's lunch. There's no place like San Antonio to fill your pantry with local, fresh produce picked with your own two hands.
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Sweet Berry Farm
1801 FM1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
Head out to Sweet Berry Farm for its last two weekends of the Harvest of Fall Fun. Included in the harvest are hayrides, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, scarecrow stuffing, face painting and plenty more family activities. There's also the Pumpkin Grill slinging tasty snacks on the weekend when you work up an appetite.

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Braune Farms Fresh Produce
1300 Link Road, Seguin, (830) 643-9974, braunefarmsfreshproduce.com
Braune Farms is truly your one-stop shop for the freshest ingredients. This family farms all year round. Expect to see these local products during the fall: green beans, cabbage, canteloup, pumpkins, lettuce, tomatoes, watermelon, pecans, assorted peppers and plenty more.

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Das Peach Haus
1406 US-87, Fredericksburg, (830) 997-8969, daspeachhaus.com
Right in the heart of Hill Country sits Das Peach Haus, a true culinary experience. This historic building has been transformed into a local produce retail store that also offers tastings and cooking classes. Don't forget to stop by the wine room housed in an 1870s log cabin.

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Burg’s Corner
15194 US-290, Stonewall, (830) 644-2604, burgscorner.com
Through the winter, Burg's Corner stays open Thursday-Sunday and we're mighty thankful for that. While they've mastered every peach under the sun, they also have plums, apples, pears, squash, sweet potatoes and so much more on their shelves.

Photo via Facebook, Burg’s Corner
Wild Roots Nursery
394 Union Wine Road, New Braunfels, (830) 237-8817, facebook.com
Wild Roots Nursery was once known as the Markley Family Farm, but now they're refocusing as a small succulent farm. Catch them at the Pearl Brewery Farmers Market each weekend and give your living space a little more feng shui.

Photo via Facebook, Markley Family Farm
South Texas MAiZE
911 US Highway 90 East, Hondo, (830) 741-3968, southtexasmaize.com
Go for a pleasant country drive to the South Texas MAiZE, your one-stop for family fun. Not only do they have a 7-acre maze, there's a mountain slide, tons of food, jumping pillows, pumpking patches, hayrides and campfires.

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Blueberry Hill Farms
10268 FM 314, Edom, (903) 852-6175, blueberryhillfarms.com
Blueberry Hill keeps the barn doors open during the off season to sell some seriously delicious products. After harvesting all their blueberries in the spring, the Hill sells blueberry frozen yogurt, preserves, frozen blackberries and baked/frozen blueberry pies.

Photo via blueberryhillfarms.com
Marburger Orchard
559 Kuhlmann Road, Fredericksburg, (830) 997-9433, marburgerorchard.com
Marburger Orchard is currently open by appointment only, but you certainly don't want to miss out on their fresh produce. Although their pick-your-own season has ended, they're selling many other products on the orchard: cantaloupe, tomatoes, zucchini, pickling cucumbers, onions, okra and sweet peppers.

Photo via Facebook, Visit Fredericksburg TX
Gold Orchards
14329 E. US Highway 290, Stonewall, (830) 644-2890, facebook.com
Take a pit stop in Stonewall at Gold Orchards for some of their delicious fall treats. Apple ice cream, autumn breads, pies, blackberry dumplings and so much more are waiting for you here.

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Love Creek Orchards
13558 State Highway 16N, Medina, (830) 589-2202, lovecreekorchards.com
Apples, apples, apples. Love Creek Orchards is your home for apples. Not only does it have the Apple Store with every apple product conceivable, but there's a Patio Cafe that serves lunch everyday until 3pm—perfect for a day out.

Photo via Facebook, Love Creek Orchards and The Apple Store
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Uncertain Farms
218 Crystal Lane, Seguin, (830) 832-6431, facebook.com
Don't be fooled by the name. This farm is totally certain it has just what you need this holiday season. On tap here are homestyle canned jams, jellies, salsa, pickles and more.

Photo via Facebook, Uncertain Farms
People’s Nite Market
1314 Guadalupe St., (210) 901-9717, facebook.com
No longer do the early birds get the worm! People's Nite Market is San Antonio's first nighttime market, so take advantage of this opportunity to get fresh local produce after dark.

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K H Farm
200 W. Tank Hollow Road, Poteet, (830) 570-3090, facebook.com
Poteet sure is known for its strawberries, but during the off season, K H Farm has a hefty collection of orange and tangerine harvest to pass around. They've also got jellies, jams. breads and muffins in stock if you make the trek to the farm.

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Pearl on Sundays
312 Pearl Parkway, (210) 212-7260, facebook.com
Pearl on Sundays is more like a whole weekend affair. Saturday showcases local vendors whereas Sunday focuses more on artisanal and prepared foods. Each weekend expect fresh produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, locally produced cheeses, olive oils and more.

Photo via Facebook, Pearl Farmers Market - San Antonio, TX
Rim Farmers Market
18007 I10 W., facebook.com
The Rim Farmers Market has got all your needs right in your backyard. Aside from the usual fresh produce you'd expect at a farmers market, these artisanal vendors also provide seafood, meat, dog treats, bath and skin care products, bread, jams and pottery.

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Alamo Heights Farmers Market
255 E. Basse Road, (210) 305-2805, facebook.com
Get your butts out to the Alamo Heights Farmers Market every Sunday morning for local produce and great entertainment. Each week there's a healthy rotation of different vendors and live music.

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Legacy Farmers’ Market
18402 US Hwy 281 N, (210) 420-0488, legacyfarmersmarket.com
There's never a shortage of fresh produce at Legacy Farmers Market. Currently in stock: bell peppers, cantaloupe, corn, eggplant, green beans, okra, onion, squash, peaches, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, watermelon, yellow squash and zucchini.

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Vogel Orchard
12862 E. US Highway 290, Fredericksburg, (830) 644-2404, facebook.com
This Fredericksburg peach farm does more than just what they were raised on. Vogel Orchard has widened their horizons and is now growing pumpkins to boot.

Photo via Facebook, Vogel Orchard
Pipe Creek Tree Farm & Pumpkin Patch
805 Phils Road, Pipe Creek, (210) 426-6191, pipecreekpumpkinpatch.com
There's one more weekend to enjoy the pumpkin patch at Pipe Creek, but there's plenty of time to go exploring their tree farm. Don't rush. Pick yourself the perfect Christmas tree for this holiday season.

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Olmos Basin Farmers Market
100 Jackson Keller Road, (210) 822-7131
Olmos Basin Farmers Market offers fresh produce, jams, jellies, herbs and plants year-round off Jackson Keller Road. As part of the San Antonio Farmers Market Association, this group of vendors is about as close knit as it gets.

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Sweet Berry Farm
1801 FM1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
Head out to Sweet Berry Farm for its last two weekends of the Harvest of Fall Fun. Included in the harvest are hayrides, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, scarecrow stuffing, face painting and plenty more family activities. There's also the Pumpkin Grill slinging tasty snacks on the weekend when you work up an appetite.

Photo via Instagram, moniquemarquez33