Jack Creek Farms

5 out of 5

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Jack Creek Farms is a small 5th generation family farm. Our farm is nestled in the coastal foothills of Central California 6 miles west of Templeton and Paso Robles. We are located directly off of scenic Highway 46 West, in the heart of San Luis Obispo County wine country. We have RV and tour bus parking with easy highway access.

Folks who visit our farm are invited to take a few moments to reconnect with simpler times past. Stroll through our demonstration gardens and antique farm equipment display. We offer u-pick for our olallieberries, peaches, apples, sweet onions, garlic, herbs and heirloom tomatoes. We have a small hay maze and a haystack for kids during late summer and fall months. Try your hand at throwing a lasso, and rope "Bailey" our mascot roping steer. Sample cider and over a dozen varieties of local honey, or visit with the farms animals. Enjoy our farm market, and best of all, take home a memory!

We use naturally grown farming methods and believe firmly in being good stewards of the land. We provide you with an opportunity to put a face on your farmer, and to learn where your food comes from.

We plant, tend, and harvest by hand which results in a high quality product. Summer produce is picked fresh daily and at its peak of ripeness. We are pleased to offer you fresh and wholesome foods, old-fashioned hospitality, and a true taste of country each time you stop by.

Open seasonally late May through early November. Please check our website for hours and dates of operation.
5 out of 5

So much good to say about Jack Creek Farms! The best tomatoes on the planet, and just about every other kind of produce you could want, offered by some of the nicest people you'll every meet.Their recently updated visitor center is home to a beautiful shop where seasonal fruits and veggies and lots of other goodies are offered. Be sure and ask about the slushie flavor of the day. It's the freshest slushie you'll every have and best of all, the ingredients are all natural.Located on highway 46, about 7 miles west of the 101. Easy in/out and lots of parking, even for large RVs.