THE 2019 STRAWBERRY SEASON has ended!  Check back in April 2020 for more info on when you can pick the best strawberries in the Triangle!



Our 2019 season has begun please click below for more information!!!

Corn Maze


The 2019 Haunted Season has begun! Join us for more scares and screams in our four separate events! Click below for more information

Haunted Farm


Stay tuned for more information for the 2019 sales.  Join us in again in late November 2019 for the best trees in the Triangle!

Christmas Trees

Welcome To Phillips Farm!

Welcome to Phillips Farms, a working farm where we provide clean, wholesome fun for the entire family.

Phillips Farms is proud of its long history of family ownership and quality farm products serving central North Carolina for over 100 years. Lee Phillips, the current owner, purchased Phillips Farms from his grandfather’s estate, William Busbee Ennis, in 1976. The farm’s primary crops were straw, hay and tobacco. In 1996 Phillips Farms began a successful strawberry picking farm frequented by thousands of adults and their children every year. In response to public health concerns and changes in the market, Phillips Farms ceased farming tobacco products in 1998.

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News & Updates

  • Now Booking Field Trips, Birthday Parties, and Corporate Events!

    Phillips Farms is a fantastic place to host your next event!  Check out our Parties and Events Page by clicking HERE for more information! .....

  • Phillips Farms of Cary is NOW HIRING for the 2019 Strawberry Season!

    Phillips Farms of Cary is NOW HIRING for the 2019 STRAWBERRY SEASON! Located in the HEART OF CARY, NC, we offer FUN and INTERACTIVE activities for kids and adults of all ages to enjoy! Pick-your-own Strawberries, Wagon Rides, Cow Train, Fun House, Bounce Houses and......

  • TIME SAVING TIP!!! Bring CA$H!

    This upcoming weekend will be our first weekend working with new card readers at the farm. We anticipate some bumps in the road implementing this new technology. Please be patient as we make this transition. We anticipate long lines, and possible delays with credit card......

  • Please pay for your berries

    Unfortunately, we’ve run into a problem this season with people eating berries in the field before paying for them.  While this has never really been an issue in the past, this year we’ve seen people consuming large amount of berries before having their baskets weighed.  Please......