North Gate

  • NOTE TO TRUCKS: Access all Mt. Olive Pickle locations via the US 117/NC 55 Corridor. Other entry points into Mount Olive involve residential streets that are difficult for trucks to maneuver.

    The North Gate is used only for receiving cucumbers and peppers from 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Trucks delivering cucumbers and peppers at any other times should go through the Main Gate. Info: 919-581-3653.

    From US 117 North

    • At Mount Olive, take the NC 55 Exit (you’ll see the Sleep Inn & Suites on your right).
    • Turn left onto NC 55 and go to the second stoplight, at Walgreens, Burger King and McDonalds.
    • Turn right onto US 117 Alternate South / Breazeale Avenue.
    • Take the first left, onto Talton Avenue, just a short distance down from the stoplight.
    • The North Gate is on the right, just before you cross the railroad track

    From US 117 South

    • Just past the University of Mount Olive (on the right) take the NC 55 Exit. Turn right onto NC 55.
    • Go the next stoplight, at Walgreens, Burger King and McDonalds.
    • Turn right onto US 117 Alternate South / Breazeale Avenue.
    • Take the first left, onto Talton Avenue, just a short distance down from the stoplight.
    • The North Gate is on the right, just before you cross the railroad track.

    From NC 55 West

    • From the stoplight at Walmart Super Center (on your right) go to the third stoplight, at Walgreens, Burger King and McDonalds.
    • Turn right onto US 117 Alternate South / Breazeale Avenue.
    • Take the first left, onto Talton Avenue, just a short distance down from the stoplight.
    • The North Gate is on the right, just before you cross the railroad track.

    From NC 55 East

    • Once you cross the NC 55 Overpass Bridge, go to the first stoplight, at Walgreens, Burger King and McDonalds.
    • Turn left onto US 117 Alternate South / Breazeale Avenue.
    • Take the first left, onto Talton Avenue, just a short distance down from the stoplight.
    • The North Gate is on the right, just before you cross the railroad track.