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2023 PYO Strawberries 

Update 6/1: We anticipate pick-your-own strawberries to begin next week as we monitor the fields, crops and forecast. Tickets will become available online here and upon arrival. Keep checking back as we update status as we near picking time.


How much is a ticket?

The following is the 2023 pricing for pick-your-own strawberries. All individuals ages 3+ require a ticket. Subject to change.

Kid’s Pint - $5 - 1 child picker

$10 per quart - 1 picker  

$39 per 4 quart - 4 pickers

$56 per 6 quart - 6 pickers

How do I purchase tickets?
Purchase pick-your-own tickets ahead right here on this page or drop by the farm from 8 am - 5 pm. If you do decide to walk-in without pre-purchasing tickets online, please note, farmers monitor fields closely to make sure the best picking is possible each day. Always check ahead before you arrive. Picking info for that day will be made available on this page or select the PYO line at 978.388.5525.

Please do:

  • Check in to the farm store or information booth upon arrival.

  • Keep plants happy by walking on paths.

  • Carefully select ripe fruit before picking.

  • Use provided containers for picking. Personal picking containers not permitted.

  • Respect the land and farmers by minimizing waste and sampling.

  • Adults are responsible for their children’s actions and safety at all times.

  • Take your time and enjoy your visit! Exit the orchards by 5:30 p.m.

  • We ADORE our furry friends, too. But safe crop sanitation practices mandate that pets be excluded from all areas of the farm.

  • Please leave backpacks and bags in your vehicle. The farm is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

When does strawberry picking end?

Picking will continue through late-June. As with all of our crops, farmers monitor the weather, fields and ripeness. Once strawberry picking ends, look out for raspberry picking in early July, then blueberry picking and cut-your-own flowers starting in mid-July.

What else is happening?

  • Farm Store - Open daily from 8 am - 6 pm for groceries, prepared foods, donuts, jam, honey, hard cider, and farmhouse gifts.

  • Food Truck - Open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am - 4 pm. See menu >

  • Play - Farmer Glenn's Trike Yard, sandbox and tire swings are open 7 days a week 8 am - 6 pm.

  • Barnyard - Visit the chickens, goats and bees 7 days a week 8 am - 6 pm.

  • Hard Cider -  Join us for outdoor hard cider bar every weekend from 11 am - 4 pm on Saturdays and 12 - 4 pm on Sundays.

  • Picnic Areas - Enjoy picnic tables on the main lawn, under the picnic tent and in the upper courtyard.

  • Events - We have lots of family-friendly activities scheduled. View all events and activities. To stay in the know, join our newsletter at the bottom of our home page.

Cancellation policy

We retain 5% of refunded tickets to cover processing fees.

2023 Pick-Your-Own Schedule


Begin: Late April 

End: Mid May


Begin: Mid June

End: Early July


Begin: Late June 

End: Late July

*Blackberry picking begin after raspberries


Begin: Early July

Begin: Late August

*Features 11 varieties of high-bush blueberries

Summer Flower Garden

Begin: Mid July

End: Early October

* Features 25+ varieties of blooms to cut-your-own farmhouse bouquets

Cherry Tomatoes

Begin: Early August

End: Late October

* Our first ever indoor pick-your-own! Conveniently located attached to the Farm Store, this greenhouse will be filled with vertical cherry tomato plants making it easy to pick produce with your fam and friends.

Vegetable Patch

Begin: Mid August

End: Late August

* Replaces peaches this year. Features heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, carrots, beans and sunflowers. Peach picking will return in 2024. The arctic blast in Feb 2023 killed dormant buds. The trees are fine! Just this year's crop was impacted. Come pick veggies and flowers!


Begin: Late August

End: Mid October

* Features 5 orchards and nearly 50 varieties

Pumpkins & Gourds

Arrive September

Christmas Trees & Greens

Arrive late November

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