Best Places for Raspberry Picking Michigan – there are few days out more relaxing than picking raspberries with the family.
Take a lovely summer’s day and add a punnet of raspberries and you have heaven.
Have a look at our list of places to go raspberry picking in MI.
2651 15 Mile Rd, Tekonsha, MI 49092
Harveys Farm is a modest, yet super friendly Upick farm where you can pick delicious juicy berries in season.
“Welcome to Harvey’s U-pick Farm! Established in 1984 as a first generation farm. Owners Ron and Rose Harvey, along with their family, have grown fresh picked asparagus, and pick your own strawberries, raspberries and blueberries to become a local source for fresh, healthy and delicious produce.
Our produce is available starting with asparagus in May and ending in November with chestnuts and pumpkins. Come and experience what our farm has to offer in south central Michigan, with easy access just west of I-69. Explore our web site for more helpful information and directions to our farm.”
4620 M-88, Central Lake, MI 49622
At King Orchards they warmly welcome all the family to enjoy day in the fields picking apples.
“We are a family of farmers. We tend the land together, we run our business with the support of each other and we wholeheartedly welcome visitors to our farm, treating them as part of the family. We love sharing the abundance (and joy!) of our harvest with our customers. We take pride in getting our hands dirty and seeing the smiles that result.
Michigan apples are world-famous for flavor and appearance. Our philosophy is to produce the highest quality fruit possible by focusing on a few select varieties that do especially well in this region.
We actively grow over 140 acres of Montmorency tart cherries, in addition to Balaton cherries, black sweet cherries, apples, peaches, pears, apricots, plums, raspberries, pumpkins and nectarines.”
Middleton Berry Farm
4790 Oakwood Rd, Ortonville, MI 48462
Be sure to visit Middleton Berry Farm for your strawberries this season.
“The farm is situated on 40 idyllic acres in Ortonville, Michigan. We only cultivate 6 acres, as we grow what we can hand weed. The rest is left natural and sustains a rich population of wildlife. We have acres of woods and marshland that are left untouched. Our proudest contribution to the land is 6 acres of wild pollinator preserve. We’ve planted native wildflower and grass species and leave it in peace for bees, butterflies and bats.
We are an entirely you-pick farm. We do not pre-harvest any crops for sale. Our customers get the best of everything (no seconds) and the satisfaction of harvesting their own food.”
Other you-pick crops include red raspberries, heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, flowers and honey.
AJ’s Berry Farm
1150 Salina Rd, Lachine, MI 49753
You will find lots of handy Upick hints and tips on AJ’s Berry Farm’s website.
“AJ’s is located in Lachine, Michigan, 15 miles west of Alpena on M-32. We work hard to provide quality produce in a fun atmosphere.
Our farm is a family friendly destination and because we are a U-Pick farm, our customers get an up close, personal taste of a working farm.
U-Pick is a great way to spend time together as a family and it’s fun for kids of all ages! We know from experience that nothing tastes as sweet as fruit picked by your own hands.
We are primarily a U-Pick farm, and our customers just can’t help sampling in the field. For your health, we use the most environmentally sound practices available. We take pride in using sustainable farming methods to produce the highest quality fruits and vegetables possible.”
Raspberries, Saskatoons and Traverse City Sweet Cherries are also available.
Stovers Farm Market & U Pic
7837 M-139, Berrien Springs, MI 49103
Stovers Farm Market – “Our U-Pic started over 30 years ago to give our customers the advantage of hand selecting quality produce right where it grows.
Yes, there is a difference between buying produce from your local supermarket and picking it yourself in our fields. When produce is naturally ripened and at its peak of freshness, the flavors are unbeatable.
In addition, U-Pickin’ is just good old country fun. And you save money to boot! By picking your own, you can save from 30% to 70% off of what you’d probably pay to have fresh fruits and vegetables year-round from the supermarket.”
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Lavender Fields Farm
2175 E Hinchman Rd, Berrien Springs, MI 49103
Lavender Fields Farm in Berrien Springs, Michigan is a family owned business and they are true specialists in all things lavender.
“Welcome to Lavender Fields Farm located in Berrien Springs, Michigan. We are a family-owned and operated farm specializing in different varieties of lavender. At Lavender Fields we believe everyone needs a place to stop and smell the roses (or lavender in this case). We pride ourselves on the beauty of our land and work hard to make sure we have the type of place people will want to visit. With our 16 different varieties of lavender there is sure to be one that catches the eye of every visitor.
The roots of our farm began with berries and we continue that tradition today by growing raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. We offer U-Pick for our berries, lavender, sunflowers, and pumpkins; there is always something to harvest at the farm!
Lavender Fields Farm is certified by the Michigan On-Farm Produce Safety Council and our produce is grown following these safety standards and practices to ensure our produce standards are exemplary.”
4700 Whitmore Lake Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Slow Farm is a certified organic U-pick farm and farm stand 3 miles north of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“Slow Farm is a certified organic U-pick farm and farmstand devoted to the principles of Slow Food, agroecology, and justice in the food system. Slow Farm’s 187 acres are located in SE Michigan, 3 miles north of Ann Arbor, and includes woods, native prairie and wetlands. We grow mainly heirloom produce and flowers, and provide an organic farm experience demonstrating biodiversity and “closed loop” practices.
Slow Farm is a certified organic farm and it’s a diversified farm (we grow lots of different crops), both of which are unique among Upick farms. We have approximately 20 acres under cultivation and grow about 100 different varieties of fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
Since we support biodiversity in all its dimensions, we have a lot of weeds and insects and butterflies and birds. So please be prepared to deal with that aspect of the farm and try to notice the amazing variety and diversity that you see, hear, smell, touch, and taste.”
Slow Farm also grow raspberries and pumpkins.
Delanges Red Berry Farm
5723 Port Sheldon St, Hudsonville, MI 49426
Delanges Red Berry Farm is a treasured part of the Hudsonville community in Michigan.
“Nothing’s sweeter than strawberries and raspberries fresh from the farm!
In season, you can get already picked berries, ready to take home and enjoy, right from our farm market.
We also offer convenient hours for our u-pick fields when berries are at the peak of freshness & flavor.
We’ve had the farm for many years & we’re a proud part of the Hudsonville community. We’ll have more details about our farm, family & products coming soon!”
They also offer upick raspberries. Local Honey, Pumpkins and Apples are also available in their farm market.
8025 Krupp Ave NE, Comstock Park, MI 49321
You can be assured of a wonderful day out for all the family when you visit Krupp Farms in Michigan.
“Krupp Farms is an iconic landmark known to thousands of people who come from all over the region each summer to buy or pick berries, enjoy our petting zoo, visit our ice cream shop or play on our playground.
Krupp Farms is a fourth-generation centennial farm, located just north of Grand Rapids in Comstock Park, MI on Krupp Avenue. Although Krupp Farms started as a strawberry farm, we now offer asparagus, rhubarb and red and black raspberries as well.
At Krupp Farms, we grow and offer a large variety of strawberries for our customers on over 18 acres. Our strawberries are offered pre-picked in our berry barn or customers can come to our farm and pick their own. Our strawberries are perfect for eating, dipping, pies, freezer or cooked jam or shortcake to name a few!
We have early varieties, mid-season varieties, mid to late varieties and late varieties.”
Have a look at our post on the best farms in Michigan.