Ritter Farms

Address: 2999 Hwy 11-W South Rutledge, TN 37861 Contact Email: nancy@ritterfarms.com Phone: (865) 767-2575
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Ritter Farms offers Grainger County tomatoes and a wide variety of fresh homegrown vegetables as well as fruit butters, pickles, relishes, and tomato products made in our commercial kitchen. Go to our website to read about healthy eating and food safety or to listen to Bluegrass Gospel and Old Time Gospel music on Ritter Farms Internet Radio Station.


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From Middlesboro, KY take 25E to Bean Station. Exit 25E to the right onto 11W south going toward Knoxville. Ritter Farms is approximately 6.2 miles on the right. From Kingsport take 11W south approximately 40 miles to the 11W/25E split. Go west on 11W/25E for approx. 4 miles and take the 11W south ramp toward Knoxville. Ritter Farms is approximately 6.2 miles on the right. From I-81 exit 8 in Morristown take 25E north approximately 17 miles to the 11W south ramp toward Knoxville. From the ramp, Ritter Farms is approximately 6.2 miles on the right. From Knoxville take exit 392 from I-40 onto 11W north. Ritter Farms is approximately 33 miles on the left.

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City: Rutledge, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Knoxville & Middle East

Admission Rates:
There is no admission to Ritter Farms or any Ritter Farms events.

Hours Open:
November thru May Monday - Saturday 8 am to 5 pm June thru October Monday - Saturday 8 am to 6 pm

Dates Closed:
Thanksgiving Christmas




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