She Farms Apex Tour April 15

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Farrell's Creek Farm

Karen Reed and Paul Szulewski grow blackberries and blueberries at Farrell’s Creek Farm. Photo by Debbie Roos.

Seven women-owned farms in Apex are opening their doors to visitors from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Saturday April 15, 2023. Visitors will see freshly picked berries and flowers, produce, outdoor experiences, farm school, Christmas trees, vineyards, and more.

She Farms Apex
Saturday April 15, 2023
10 a.m.-3:00 p.m.


Martha’s Chapel Road Area:

Castleberry Lake Area:

The tour will take place rain or shine! Advance purchase of tickets required. Early registration is $20 per carload. After April 1st, tickets are $25.

Tours start at the top and bottom of every hour. You choose your route  – start at any farm you like.

All of the tours require walking. Each location is a working farm with limited handicap accessibility and a likelihood of muddy terrain.

Visit the She Farms Apex website for more details and to purchase a ticket.

Jordan Lake Christmas Tree Farm

Grower Diana Maravich-May measures and tags a 16 foot tall Carolina Sapphire tree at Jordan Lake Christmas Tree Farm. They offer trees of all sizes. Photo by Debbie Roos.