Hop'n Blueberry Farm, Black Mountain

(5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Butterfly flighthouse and general farm tours are open to the public on Saturdays at 1 pm from May 15 to Oct. 1 by reservation. Other tours are open to groups upon request and include tours of the hop yard, medicinal herbs, and milkweed production. Butterfly attracting flowers, and caterpillar host plants are available. The farm is a pollination habitat model, one of a few in the country. Call us to schedule a tour.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I was part of a group of Road a Scholar group who toured your farm in the fall. The owner is very passionate about the farm and its mission. The butterfly greenhouse , bee hives, blueberries, and flow...  more »
  • To get to this farm you will have a lovely drive through Black Mountain, NC. The farm itself is compact and easy to see within 30 minutes. We had a great time walking around looking at the blueberries...  more »
  • I went here several years ago with friends. It was not during picking season, but learning about the hops and seeing butterflies was interesting.  more »
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  • We visited the Hop'n Blueberry Farm this year and it was breathtakingly beautiful with all of the plants and scenery.... Van gives a most interesting and informative tour - well worth the visit!
  • If you are a craft beer enthusiast and/or supporter of local farms, I highly recommend taking a tour of this family-owned farm in Black Mountain and seeing how hops are grown in the area. Blueberries are also grown there, and the farm is involved in pollination research as well (Monarch butterflies and native bees). Farmer Van Burnette is very down-to-earth and has a great sense of humor.
  • Was awesome