Peach Festivals in 2021: Where, When and More to Find a Peach Festival Near You!
Looking for a peach festival in in 2021?
(just scroll down the page)There is no other listing as
complete and current as this list, just updated! All the peach
festivals in we can find are listed on this page!
If you love strawberries, look for a festival near you below! And I'm always
looking for more peach festivals! Please write me, if
you know of any to add! I update the dates as soon as the festivals
publish their information, but you can always click on the links (usually
the name of the festival) to see the current information on the festival's
Always click on the links to the festival to confirm this year's dates; with COVID and weather, things may change at the last minute. They may change or
at the last minute. . If they don't have a
website, call the phone number provided, but ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S
DATES AND TIMES BY EITHER VIEWING THEIR WEBSITE OR CALLING.
Click here for the form to add a festival and have detailed information; or click
here if you have general information and are not connected with the event!
Peach Festivals in 2021: Where, When and More to Find a Peach Festival Near You!
Peaches typically ripen from May (in northern Florida and Texas)
through June, July and August in the mid-Atlantic, Midwest and New England. July
dominates as the month for peach production (and festivals)
Unlike strawberries, which grow almost anywhere, peaches are
grown commercially in half as many states.
There are two general types of peach festivals 1) community festivals, usually organized by a church, school, local Chamber of commerce or a town and 2).
Peach festival held at and by a farm. They are different in what they
community festivals tend to be less expensive so they are grouped separately.
(of course not all states and areas have both.)
festival listings are links to our easy to follow directions about
making peach jam, freezing peaches, peach pies and
Community Peach Festivals
Peach Festival - late June - they never update the website,
but news reports indicate it is still being held annually
Farms, FM 171 & 810, Charlie, Texas. Phone: (940) 544-2455. Hosted by
the Red River Farms Association. WARM PEACH COBBLER AND ICE CREAM UNDER
A SHADE TREE, WHAT BETTER WAY TO SPEND A THURSDAY? PLAY HOOKY FROM WORK
AND JOIN THE RED RIVER FARMERS CELEBRATE THIS LUSCIOUS COMMODITY GROWN
RIGHT HERE IN CLAY COUNTY! CHARLIE PEACHES ARE REKNOWN FOR BEING SWEET,
JUICY, AND A BRILLIANT RED-ORANGE HUE THAT KICKS THE TASTE BUDS INTO
HIGH GEAR. LOCALS WILL BE SELLING A PLETHORA OF OTHER FRUITS AND
VEGGIES, SO BRING YOUR LAWNCHAIRS AND SETTLE IN FOR A RELAXING AFTERNOON
OF DOWN-HOME MUSIC, CONTESTS, AND FELLOWSHIP. *BBQ will be sold
beginning at noon;
- Parker County
Annual Peach Festival - July, the second Saturday in July, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Weatherford, Texas. Phone: 817-596-3801.
[email protected]. Held in Historic Downtown Weatherford,
2019 marks the 35th annual Peach Festival which always takes place on
the second Saturday in July. Admission is only $5 for adults and FREE
for children 12 and under. Tickets may be purchased in advance for a
discounted price of $4 at the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce office at
401 Fort Worth Highway, Weatherford, Texas 76086.
foods, over 200 art/craft, food and activity booths, live music,
children's activities, the Peach Pedal bike ride and a domino tourney.
Attendance is large, approx. 45,000. local vendors set up booths near
the Parker County Courthouse to sell arts, crafts, food and activities
to festival-goers. Fresh, ripe peaches are served, as well as many other
delicious offerings, such as peach pie, peach smoothies, peach juleps,
peach ice cream, and peach cobbler. Traditionally the peach-related
foods are in high demand, and they tend to run out quickly in the early
part of the festival. So if you're coming to the festival for these
treats, be sure to get there at 8:00 am on the first day. There is also
a children's area in the Parker County Peach Festival, and lots of
entertainment. Admission is generally $5 for adults and free for
children twelve and under. Free parking is usually available nearby, in
addition to free handicap parking with a free handicap shuttle.
Stonewall Peach Jamboree
- always the 3rd full weekend in June; beginning with a Rodeo and Dance
on Friday night and ending with a Rodeo and Dance on Saturday night.
Stonewall Chamber Grounds. 250 Peach Street, Stonewall, TX 78671.
Phone: 830-644-2735. Email:
[email protected]. Parking for Friday and Saturday night
Rodeo and Dance is located behind Stonewall Elementary School. This
parking lot can be accessed from Peach Street. Additional parking along
Peach Street. Parking for Saturday activities is available at same
locations above after parade has finished. A ticket must be purchased
for admittance to the Rodeo and Dance. They can be bought in advance on
the Peach JAMboree webpage or purchased at the gate. Admission is free
for daytime activities on Saturday. Admission fee required after 6 pm.
Fresh peaches, peach cobbler, and peach ice cream are sold on the
grounds. Peaches are sold individually. Larger quantities of peaches and
other peach goods can be purchased at one of several peach stands along
Highway 290. Typical carnival fare can also be purchased from several
on-site vendors. BBQ, potato salad, and beans can be purchased
after the parade at St. Francis Xavier Church. BBQ is sold by the pound.
Beverage sales on the grounds include beer, wine, soda, and water.
Drink tickets must be purchased at ticket windows. Vendors may sell
additional specialty drinks.
Comments from a visitor on July 05, 2010: "The Stonewall Peach
Jamboree has been held in Stonewall, TX the third weekend in June since
the 1960's. There are many peach related events like judging peach
entries for best and heaviest peaches, peach pies, ice cream, and many
more home made peach products. Other events include a parade, two nights
of rodeo, dances, queen's pageant, pit spitting contests, and more
during the weekend festival. Many peach items are for sale. Stonewall is
located nearby the Lyndon Baines Johnson "Texas Whitehouse" and park in
Central Texas on US 290, between Fredericksburg and Johnson City. US290
is lined with many peach orchard stands, especially between Stonewall
and western Fredericksburg. Annual Jamboree events are featured in the
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post."
Farm Peach Festivals
In addition to community and church festivals, some private farms have their own
See each farm for this year's dates (they often do not announce them
until the end of May). They usually have PYO strawberries then, too.
Also, scroll down to see the links to recipes, freezing, canning and jam making
directions at the bottom of the page.
- We will be adding these as we find them; Please write me,
if you know of any to add!
Related Peach Information: Freezing, Making Jam,
Canning, Peach Pies, Recipes and More
Also, see our pages on easy illustrated peach
For other fruit and vegetable festivals, see this page!
People ask about these past festivals, which are no
longer being held, so here they are:
Red River Farm Trail's Peach Festival - Mid-June,
from noon to 3 pm, Thursday , call for this year's dates
Jerry and Delores Tucker's Roadside
Stand, FM 171, Charlie, TX. Phone: 544-2455. Admission: Free. There will
also be many other local crops for sale, from tomatoes, squash,
cucumbers, peppers, blackberries, plums, apples, pears, strawberries
and apricots, even locally produced honey. The festival is a small-town
event. Local growers gather each year at one of the area farms. There
are barbecue sandwiches for lunch starting at noon, along with the
cobblers, homemade at 1 p.m. with scoops of ice cream. Other events
include: ice cream-cranking contest, a black-eyed pea shelling contest,
music, face painting to sand art and spin art and plenty of shade
beneath the pecan trees. And several activities for children are
planned, as well, from Cheerleaders from Petrolia will sell T-shirts,
as well. Directions: from Wichita Falls, take FM 171 east for 15 miles.
From Brukburnett, go south on FM 240 to FM 1177, then turn east on FM
171 for 6 miles.