Places for Cherry Picking San Diego– we have a fabulous list of farms that do pick your own cherry picking. You can eat them raw, make jam or add them to pies. You can even freeze cherries. Here is a list of cherry farms in San Diego. While you are there, check out their farm shops and cafes too!
Guldseth Cherry Orchards
9150 Whispering Pines Rd, Cherry Valley, CA 92223
Guldseth Cherry Orchards offer U PICK Cherries. Everything is Organically Grown. We are family owned and operated. Please note: we can now accept CASH or CREDIT CARD
Cherry Season: mid-May through June approx.
Additional Harvest Dates:
Loquats and Plums in June
Apricots in July
Peaches in August
Vegetables in August through November
Walnuts in Fall
Rolling Thunder Cherry Ranch
10254 Leona Ave, Leona Valley, CA 93551
At Rolling Thunder Cherry Ranch We welcome your family to enjoy our cherry orchard!
Come a hand-pick Rainier cherries, Bing cherries, and Skeena cherries. We guarantee pesticide free fruit so you can sample right off the tree.
You can find our cherry orchard in Leona Valley, CA – about 12 miles west of Palmdale and a short drive from Santa Clarita.
We also have Local Honey for sale, as well as our famous Cherry Lavender Sweet Tea.
Your family will find farm animals and lots of fun photo props for the memories to take home.
Our goal is for you to relax, enjoy the time here and leave feeling refreshed and saying, “I can’t wait to come back again”.”
Villa Del Sol
6989 Elizabeth Lake Rd, Leona Valley, CA 93551
Villa del Sol is a “25 acre working cherry farm started by the Shafer family in 1999. We are located at the intersection of Elizabeth Lake Road and Godde Hill Road in the lovely Leona Valley, California. Just 1 hour northeast of Los Angeles, take the Palmdale Boulevard Exit off of the 14 Freeway and head west! Villa del Sol is the “first cherry stop” on the right.
When is the cherry season?
Although each season is unique, Leona Valley cherries are generally available from the end of May through early July–if we are lucky. Cherry picking season is a very short season and the trees only produce once per year.”