Pick Your Own

Picking Now

(July 10 Update) Wow – thanks to Mother Nature (and some hard work) our blueberry crop is more abundant than ever! We estimate that they’ll be perfect to pick until about mid August.
Admission: $5 (4 and under free)
Per Pound: $4.75

Pick your own blueberries

Upcoming picking

Peaches follow Blueberry season, and we’re currently estimating that the peaches will be ready for picking in early August. We’ll keep you updated!

With our pick your own season ranging from early June to mid-November each picking season is a new experience! Our staff is here to help you with all your picking questions and needs. We provide the containers so all you have to do is bring the kids and head to the farm store.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DO WE NEED TO BRING OUR OWN CONTAINERS?

We will provide you with proper containers which allow us to best measure how much you have picked. You are more than welcome to bring your own containers to transfer your fruit in after picking.

HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE FOR PICKING?

Pricing will change with each fruit season. The up to date pricing will be listed on our Currently Picking page, along with what is available to pick.

CAN I LET MY CHILDREN PLAY/PICK ON THE FARM WITHOUT ME?

We love seeing families enjoying our farm together. Since this is an active farm we do have tractors, ATVs and other vehicles constantly roaming the roads. Especially in the strawberry patch, little feet can do so much damage while looking for that one big berry. We would like to have children stay arm’s length in the patches, and close by in the open fields.

CAN I BRING MY DOG

We LOVE dogs, but unfortunately we do not allow them on the premises or fields due to sanitary concerns. Exceptions can be made only for service dogs. If you do choose to bring your dog along for the ride please keep them in your car with a bowl of water, and the windows cracked open so they are comfortable while you visit.

PICK YOUR OWN SEASON

 

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