Create Your Own Agritour with the VisitNC Farms App

Looking for a great itinerary for a day trip to Sampson County is as easy as downloading the Visit NC Farms App!  The Visit NC Farms App connects the dots for you! Explore our small towns, you-pick farms, country stores, bed & breakfasts,  in addition to Sampson County’s Barn Quilt Trail.

For your convenience, here are links to both  Google Play and the Apple store for quick downloads, so you can get started using the Visit NC Farms App right away!


 

Both visitors and locals can use the Visit NC Farms App to explore farms, farmers’ markets, shops, and local restaurants that are off the beaten path and unique to each Sampson County community.  Here is a list of our local area businesses that you’ll find on the App.  We encourage you to check it out to learn more!

AJ Family Farm
Altar Cross Organic Blueberry Farm
Ashford Inn
Avenue Gourmet Pecans
Ballance Family Farm
Beartrack Farms
Berries & More
Black River Organic Farm
Bleu Egg Farms, LLC
Brock’s Leather Crafts & Produce
Butler Family Farm
Cameron’s Watermelons
Clear Run Farms
Clinton City Farmer’s Market
Country Threads Boutique
Double C Farm
Earth Fresh Gardens
Elizabeth’s Pecan Products
First Miracle Vine & Wine
Godwin Fresh Market
Hannah Forest Blueberry Farms
High Cotton of Clinton
Hubb’s Farm
Ivanhoe Blueberry Farms
Jackson Farm Groceries & Meats
Jordan and Jordan
Kyle’s Farm
Laurel Lakes Campground
M&M Produce Sales
Matthis Family Farm
Naylor’s Produce
NC Cooperative Extension – Sampson County Center
Nutty Acres
Parker and Company
Plainview Community Farmer’s Market
Ranch QD
Sampson County – The Barn Quilt of North Carolina
Sampson County History Museum
Simply NC
Six Runs Plantation
Soaps by Jess
Starling’s Meat n Veggies
Taste of Heaven Campground
The Grateful Shed
The Nut House
Twiddle Dee Farm and Belle Grace, Inc. d/b/a The Shed
Williams Produce Farms

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Did you know that Sampson County is the Barn Quilt Capital of North Carolina?  Check out the Story Behind Sampson County’s Barn Quilt Trail.