Best Places for Strawberry Picking Near Me – there are few days out more relaxing than picking strawberries with the family.
Take a lovely summer’s day and add a punnet of strawberries and you have heaven.
Have a look at our list of places to go strawberry picking all over the US.
3217 Spring Cypress Rd, Spring, TX 77388
Atkinson Farm is a traditional produce growing farm in Houston.
“Fresh strawberries, fresh locally grown seasonal produce, and more, right here in Spring, Texas. When the season becomes just right to buy fresh strawberries, some of the finest handpicked and the best tasting fresh strawberries and other grown produce can be found at our Atkinson Farms.
For a little fun, you can Pick-
They also have a large variety of u-pick vegetables and blackberries. There is a Corn Maze and Pumpkin patch in the fall.
3601 Hwy 6, Alvin, TX 77511
At Froberg’s Farm you have the option of either shopping in their very well stocked farmers produce market or picking your own!
“Froberg’s Country Store is open year-round, seven days a week (excluding major Holidays). Here at Froberg’s Farm we not only offer our homegrown fruits and vegetables we also have many other fresh fruits and vegetables from other areas so we can offer you a wide variety of produce all year long.
If you are not afraid to get your hands a little dirty, our fruit and vegetable picking circulates year round (with some off-seasons). Strawberry-picking, our most popular attraction, typically starts in January and ends late May. Blackberry-picking starts in May and goes through July. When planning any outdoor activity it is best to call before you come!
Join us for our Annual Corn Maze and Fall Festival! Test your luck trying to find a way through our strategic Corn Maze, then walk out to our Flower Garden and pick flowers for your loved ones! Plus, each one of our attractions offers unique photo opportunities!”
I can also see a sunflower fields on their Facebook photos!
510 Chisolm Trail, Wallis, TX 77485
There is so much to do at Blessington Farm from adventure playgrounds, barrel rides and field trips, as well as the classic pick your own activities.
“During the time that our strawberries are available for picking to the general public, the strawberry pads open at 10:00 AM and will close at either 12:00 PM or at an earlier time when the berries have been picked-out.
Come create great memories picking strawberries, blueberries and thornless blackberries with your friends and family. Berry picking is seasonal so be sure to check the website to be in the know about what is ready to pick and when.
We are preserving heritage and rare breeds of livestock…chickens, zebu, camels and goats to name a few. Children and adults will both love the hands-on interaction, seeing and learning about the history and value of these animals.
In the Fall, you and your family can stroll through our pumpkin patch…..we have MANY pumpkins, including decorative and edible varieties. The kids will also enjoy other Fall Festival activities.”
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Pattys Berries and Bunches
410 Sound Ave, Mattituck, NY 11952
The farm where Patty’s Berries and Bunches now sits was opened in “1975 as Harbes Berry Farm. Owner Patty DiVello, a Harbes family member, grew up right across the street. But in 2010, she changed the name to Patty’s Berries and Bunches. They offer:
U-Pick: and ready picked; Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries
Flowers: Peonies, Dahlias, Sunflowers, Ornamental and more, also available for weddings and Events.
Produce Stand: Seasonal Ice Cream, Cider, Baked Goods, Honey, Jams and more.
New Activities: Yard ART, Tours, Live Music and a Variety of Classes”
6211 N Country Rd, Wading River, NY 11792
At Conzella’s Farm they grow:
“Strawberries: We grow approximately 9 different varieties of strawberries, each having a different time for fruiting. All of the varieties that we grow are selected for the best possible flavor. All of our fields are mulched with straw, which keeps the berries from coming into contact with the ground insuring that the fruit is clean and free of dirt when harvested.
Peas: We grow Traditional English Peas. We also grow Snap Peas, which are eaten like a snap bean. The mature plant produces delicious edible pods and sweet, full-size peas.
Tomatoes: The rich, sweet, complex taste of freshly picked tomatoes is unmistakable, and you will find it at our farm. We grow beefsteak and plum tomatoes, red and yellow grape tomatoes, red, yellow, orange, chocolate, and black cherry tomatoes, and two varieties of heirloom tomatoes. All of our tomatoes are trellised, and grown on black plastic to insure that they are of the best possible quality.
Beans: We offer three different varieties of Green Bush Beans, each of which produces a very high quality dark green bean with a slim pod and excellent eating quality. We also offer one variety of Bush Wax Bean, and one variety of Romano Bush Bean.
Pumpkins: Our pumpkins are of the highest quality, ranging in size from 3 to 30 lbs, all with strong handles and a deep orange color. They are available beginning the end of September.
Sunflowers: The iconic symbol of summer. Grown with care in our fields, we cut and bunch daily for the maximum enjoyment in the vase. Use new, fresh water and cut two inches off the bottom every other day.”
Windy Acre Farm
3810 Middle Country Rd, Calverton, NY 11933
Windy Acre Farm have lots of upick fruit at various times throughout the year (check their Facebook for what is current) it includes:
- white peaches
- yellow peaches
- sour cherries (on the farmstand, not upick)
They also have sunflowers for you to cut and a corn maze in the Fall.
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Carlsbad Strawberry Company
1050 Cannon Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92008
Carlsbad Strawberry Company is a family run Upick farm, just waiting to welcome you and yours to enjoy the strawberry picking season together.
Kenny’s Strawberry Farm
953 Rainbow Valley Blvd, Fallbrook, CA 92028
At Kenny’s Strawberry Farm they really encourage all the family to get out in the fresh air and pick some strawberries!
“Our farm has been growing strawberries for over 10 years. The berries love the weather at our farm in Rainbow, which tends to be more temperate and cool than the high desert climate in the nearby Temecula Valley.
We grow a variety of strawberry that is known for its vibrant red color and sweet flavor. What sets our strawberries apart is their sweetness and freshness. The berries that you get at our stands are picked at the peak of ripeness, making them more delicious than berries you get in stores. And the best way to get the freshest berries is to visit the farm and pick them!”
Be Wise Ranch – Strawberry Picking San Diego
20505 San Pasqual Rd, Escondido, CA 92025
Be Wise Ranch is a “certified organic farm that has been growing organic produce since 1977 in the Santa Fe Valley, just eight miles east of San Diego. Be Wise Ranch organic vegetables and fruits are known nationally for their delicious flavor and fresh, sun-ripened quality.
We offer a wide selection of CCOF certified organic fruit and vegetables for wholesale distribution throughout the country, including vine-ripe heirloom tomatoes, strawberries, squash, and greens. Situated in a coastal zone about eight miles from the ocean, Be Wise Ranch’s unique microclimate allows us to grow year-round, and to specialize in early and late season vegetables.”
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12850 Shlagel Rd, Waldorf, MD 20601
Shlagel Farms has been operating within the same family for over one hundred years. The strawberries at Shlagel Farms are very popular and everyone is invited to spend a day in the sunshine picking their own! In addition to strawberry picking, there is also a children’s play area, a farmers market, a hay wagon ride and much more !
“We are conventional growers. We use no till planting whenever possible to reduce the disturbance and loss of the soil. We use Integrated Pest Management strategies to reduce the use of pesticides. Russ and Karl have their Private Pesticide Applicators License which involves testing and continuing education for renewal. When a crop protectant is necessary Farmer Russ will always use an organic approved product as his first line of defence. Its imperative that we protect our pollinators!”
3212 Snake Ln, Churchville, MD 21028
There is so much more on offer at Lohr’s Orchard than just pick you own. Be sire to check out the shop and taste the fresh pressed cider while you are there!
“Located in Harford County, Maryland, Lohr’s Orchard is a family owned and operated farm. Come visit us and enjoy family fun, fresh produce, fresh baked pies, locally, fresh pressed cider (when in season) and other locally sourced items!
During the fruit and vegetable season, Lohr’s has both a “pick-your-own” and a retail farm stand operation. Our retail store is open daily July through January. Our farm stand is open daily during our October fall events. ”
5594 Norrisville Rd, White Hall, MD 21161
Shaw Farm Orchards history goes back an amazing seven generations.
“Shaw Orchards has become more diverse in recent years, offering the latest and most exciting varieties of apples and peaches. We have also added several other fruits, like raspberries and blackberries. In addition to high quality fruit, we also offer a full line of custom-made jams, jellies, salad dressings, and dessert mixes. One visit to our roadside market and you will be sure to appreciate our commitment to quality. Once the original orchard packing house, the market now welcomes customers to its doors, offering them quality produce and friendly service.
Shaw Orchards – celebrating a heritage of home-grown country goodness!”
“Do you know where your local supermarket’s berries come from? If the berries are hard or crunchy, oversized, or dry, you can bet that they aren’t local. Strawberries, like most fragile fruits, reach their peak of perfection just before they get soft. It is the moment of ripeness when fruit sugar levels spike, and color is at its peak. Our fresh strawberries are dark red throughout, so juicy they drip, and so sweet that you won’t even want to dip them in sugar. Unless your supermarket buys from a local supplier that delivers daily, there will be no comparison between store-bought and local.”
10051 Worton Rd, Chestertown, MD 21620
In addition to picking strawberries, at Lockbriar Farms you can also have a family day of fun at the farm and treat yourselves to their homemade ice cream!
“Family owned and operated since 1993, Lockbriar Farms is committed to bringing you the freshest, local products around. We are Kent County’s premier U-Pick fruits and vegetable farm located in Chestertown, MD.
Join us daily during the season for U-Pick fun, homemade ice cream, and outdoor adventure!
Southern Comfort Berry Farm
22410 Bushwood Wharf Rd, Bushwood, MD 20618
Offering strawberries in plentiful amounts from early May through to June, Southern Comfort Berry Farm is a beautiful location, in the heart of Bushwood, Maryland.
“Join us for a some fantastic farm fun on the waterfront where the Potomac and Wicomico rivers come together in beautiful southern Maryland! Nestled in this beautiful spot is our lush, pick-your-own strawberry farm brimming with juicy, red strawberries!
Our strawberry patch is a perfect destination for you and your family to enjoy the fresh, open air of our scenic produce farm! There is no fresher way to get delicious strawberries than hand-picking them off the vine. We look forward to providing your family with a tasty harvest this season!”
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Strawberry Picking in Georgia
5340 Cornelia Hwy, Alto GA 30530
The ethos at Jaemor Farms is about family values, through and through.
“Tucked into the foothills of the north Georgia countryside, Jaemor Farms was established on family values and hard work that has been passed down for six generations in the Echols family. In 2002, we began to diversify the crops grown on the farm to beyond just peaches and apples.
Now our customers can enjoy homegrown strawberries, blackberries, muscadines, scuppernongs, Concord grapes, watermelon, squash, tomatoe, zucchini, pumpkins and more during our harvest season. In 2006, we opened our first corn maze and began to participate in the state’s agritourism industry. Today, on average, Jaemor sees more than a million customers annually and we are happy to host each and everyone one of them to let them taste the difference family makes.
One of the most cultivated and well-known crops throughout written history, the apple is still a firm favorite. During apple season Jaemor Farms specializes in east coast apples. While we grow Ginger Gold and Arkansas Black apples at the farm and harvest in late September/Early October, due to our working relationships with other farms we are able to bring in fresh Gala, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Honeycrisp, Fuji, Winesap, Mutsu, Red Rome, among other varieties each fall when in season. We ensure that, even in our off season, we have a fresh supply of tasty apples available.”
8660 Blue Ridge Dr, Blue Ridge GA 30513
Apple picking is available at Mercier Orchards from August through to October and the surroundings are breath taking.
“We are a 4th generation family & veteran-owned and operated apple orchard founded back in 1943 by Bill and Adele Mercier. Be sure to pick-up some delicious fruit, fresh baked goods, cider, and specialty items from the market when you visit.
Pick-Your-Own at Mercier Orchards is a fabulous experience for all the family! As well as apples you can pick strawberries, blueberries and blackberries.
“Load up on our tractors for a trip through the orchard. This fun ride will be sure to spark wonder as you make your way to your destination. Our guides will then give instructions on how to pick the fruit. Experience the difference between store-bought produce, and fruit straight from the vine. Fruit from our fields is sun-ripened and bursting with flavor. It’s bound to be love at first bite! Our fields sit on 300 acres of land, filled with idyllic scenery sure to take your breath away. Mountains line the beautiful countryside, giving the sense of peace, quiet, and the perfect day with your family. It’s truly a one-of-a-kind experience that you don’t want to miss out on! Afterward, you can enjoy a meal at our café and find some fantastic treats in our market. Be sure to try one of our famous fried pies!”
Southern Belle Farm
1658 Turner Church Rd, McDonough, GA 30252
At Southern Belle Farm they warmly invite you and your family to visit, pick starwberries and stay and play on the farm !
“Southern Belle Farm is a family owned 330-acre working farm. We are open seasonally for fresh produce, berry picking, peach picking, fall fun, Christmas trees, and much more! Conveniently located in McDonough, Georgia, just south of Atlanta, Southern Belle Farm provides a wholesome family atmosphere where memorable experiences are made!
Come to the country … and pick strawberries right from the field! Our strawberries generally ripen in April and we’re ready with buckets for you – enjoy the experience of filling them with delicious ripe berries. You’re invited to stay and play at the farm, too.
We have lots of fun planned for you this Spring! Come out to Southern Belle Farm to enjoy the sweetest strawberries in the south. U-pick strawberries will be available to be picked right from the vines of our 12 acre strawberry patch. Grab your crew and get ready to pick or pick-up a bucket of our freshly picked strawberries from the Country Market. Either way your family is bound to enjoy our delicious strawberries. Our picking season generally begins in mid-April and ends sometime early summer. Come out to the farm and enjoy growing family traditions with your family!”
1486 Georgia Highway, 54 West . Fayetteville, Georgia, 30214
At Adams Farm they invite you to enjoy a rustic and authentic approach to picking your own fruit and veg.
“Our spacious roadside market offers vegetables and fruits to include vine-ripened tomatoes, beans, squash, corn, cucumbers, peppers, turnip greens, broccoli, cabbage, butterbeans, peas, cantaloupe, and okra, most of which are grown on site at our farm.
A wide variety of jams, jellies, relishes, and pickles are available, and the aroma of sweet bread temps the appetite of consumers daily.
Several years ago our farm expanded to include U-Pic fruits. One of the favorite U-Pic fruits is strawberries. Varieties grown are Sweet Charlie and Strawberry
Berry fields are well maintained, clean, easily accessible and filled with rows and rows of ready to pick berries. There are always people there to assist with picking so you can locate the biggest, ripest berries in the field. Two gallon containers are provided for easy picking. Please provide your own containers to take your berries home. For those who do not desire U-Pic, on most days pre-picked berries are available.”
Hodges Strawberry Farm
8705 GA-21, Newington, GA 30446
You can be sure of a warm welcome at Hodges Strawberry Farm.
We are a local family owned “Pick Your Own” or “We Pick” farm of Strawberries and Thornless Blackberries. Please stop in to get some fresh berries , jams, jellies or local Honey or just to sit and catch up with owners Eddie & Christy Hodges. We are located on the Effingham/Screven County border just 20 minutes from Statesboro and 50 minutes from Downtown Savannah. Please call ahead to check if the fields are open. We love our customers, and look forward to seeing you at the farm! ”
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Strawberry Picking in North Carolina
1100 Efland – Cedar Grove Rd, Efland, NC 27243
At McAdams Farm, with a “rich tradition of farming, the fourth and fifth generations to work the land are still going strong in Efland, North Carolina. Howard Jr. occupies his time with the strawberries and fresh vegetables, preparing the land and tending to these crops. His wife Karen is a retired agricultural extension agent for Orange County. She now helps on the farm with the beef cattle and vegetables. Daughters Callie and Elizabeth both help out on the farm when they are home, carrying on the legacy of farming that is over 130 years strong. The farm also relies on a terrific team of year round and seasonal employees who help plant, care for, harvest, and sell the crops we grow.
We raise a wide range of spring, summer, and fall vegetable and fruit crops that are sold at the farm stand and at the Carrboro Farmers’ Market. We also raise Angus cattle and Katahdin sheep. Check out the pictures of what we grow to see more on this!
One constant is that we like to try new varieties to find the most flavorful vegetables and fruits, and longest lasting cut flowers. The taste and reliability of our wide selection of vegetables and fruits, and the color and beauty of our flowers are important to us. We make our farming decisions based on an intention to continue farming for many years to come.”
Strawberries are usually in season from late April through early June, but sometimes earlier or later depending on the weather. We offer the option to pick them yourself, or to pick them up off the table.
6100 Mt Herman Rd, Raleigh, NC 27617
Come on out to the Page Farms and “experience what a real working farm is all about. Learn about the land, the people, and the crops that we grow right here in the heart of North Carolina. We are located right in the center of the Raleigh-Durham area in the midst of an ever growing city.
Join us in the Spring for Strawberry picking, Summer for Blackberry picking, and in the Fall for Pumpkin picking and the Corn Maze. We are conveniently located in Raleigh, North Carolina near Durham, Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest.
Enjoy the Spring, Summer, and Fall as you pick your own Strawberries, Blackberries, or Pumpkins and soak up the fresh air.
We hope to see you and your family here at the farm soon!”
Strawberry picking normally begins in Mid April and lasts through the first week of June, depending on the weather.
Knob Creek Orchard
6471 Fallston Rd, Lawndale, NC 28090
At Knob Creek they love everything apples and offer an extensive range of delicious apple based products in their farm shop.
“Knob Creek Orchards has been family owned and operated since 1958. We started as a small apple and peach business on the Cleveland-Lincoln county line and have grown to sell strawberries, blackberries, and homemade ice cream.
At Knob Creek Orchards we grow a wide variety of fruit. We open up in the spring each year with strawberries. In summer you will find peaches and blackberries. The fall of the year brings us to a close with many varieties of apples. Be sure to experience the joys of Knob Creek Orchards at every season. We begin harvesting apples in late August through December, so you will have plenty of time to make multiple trips to Knob Creek to experience many types of apples.
We’ve been growing strawberries since 1993. With twenty years of experience, we strive to provide our customers with berries that, not only look great, but have the taste to match. We plant new plants every October and cover them with plastic so when spring arrives our berries are well protected and ready to go!
YOU CAN HAVE STRAWBERRIES IN THE FALL!
We begin picking our fall strawberries, straight out of the field, in late October/ early November. Bring your friends and have a bucket of our flavor-rich berries!“
2700 Holland Rd, Apex, NC 27502
Buckwheat Farm is a family run affair. “In February 1996, our family of five moved from a Cary neighborhood to the country. We knew we needed to find a way for the property to pay for itself. That’s when Karma decided it might be fun to grow strawberries. She had great childhood memories of her family picking strawberries by the trunk full in southern Illinois, where she grew up. She wondered if they could grow strawberries here at their farm and help make great memories for other families. We attended our first Strawberry Expo in November 1996. There was certainly a lot to learn and a lot of equipment needed that we didn’t have. We also learned it takes lots and lots of water for growing and also frost protecting strawberries. We got busy again. We dug an irrigation pond and put in under ground water lines. With absolutely no farming experience, we placed our first plants in the ground in October 1997 and harvested our first crop of strawberries in April 1998. We have been growing ever since.”
Buckwheat Fam is open from mid-April to early June for strawberry picking and late June to the end of July for blueberry picking.
Obermiller’s Farm for Strawberry Picking NC
621 Allstar Ln, Hendersonville, NC 28739
The Obermiller’s Farm is a “pick your own strawberry, blueberry and blackberry farm that opens seasonally for berry picking. We open generally from the first week of May for strawberries until the season ends, usually around the first week of June. Blueberries and blackberries usually start around the 4th of July and pick to about Labor Day.”
10390 Caldwell Road, Mount Ulla, North Carolina 28125
Patterson Farm Market and Tours, Inc. “is committed to educating children and adults about their food source, the importance of agriculture and specifically about the crops we grow at Patterson Farm, Inc. We accomplish this by providing educational opportunities which are designed to be educational, hands on, fun, and informative. We are also passionate about creating pick your own experiences, seasonal activities and events where families can create memories. The Market at Patterson Farm Market and Tours, Inc. is committed to providing a venue where Patterson Farm, Inc., other local farmers and small business owners have an opportunity to sell their products to families, neighbors, and visitors to Rowan County. Our goal is to educate the community on North Carolina agriculture and the importance of supporting local farmers by buying produce and goods that are sourced locally.”
Pick-Your-Own tickets must be purchased online prior to your visit. There are 3 options for Pick-Your-Own Experiences. These tickets gain you access to activities and the strawberry field. Tickets are required for ages 2+. Tickets do not include the cost of Strawberries. You must purchase one of these ticket types to gain access to Pick-Your-Own Fields to Pick-Your-Own Strawberries.
We provide baskets for you to pick and carry your strawberries home. Due to crowd control and the over picking of berries, pick-your-own customers will have to get a NEW container if they make a return visit to pick strawberries. Pick-your-own customers are not permitted to bring baskets from home to pick and put their berries in.”
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Strawberry Picking in Illinois
Heider’s Berry Farm – Strawberry Picking in Illinois
1106 N Queen Anne Rd, Woodstock, IL 60098
Heider’s Berry Farm is a real family affair and they invite you and your family to visit, enjoy their beautiful facilities and pick your own berries!
“Our land has been farmed by Heider’s for five generations, starting as a typical Midwestern farm with dairy, hogs, sheep, chickens, corn, oats and hay. From 1972 to 1986, we operated the largest berry farm in Illinois. After 25 years of landscaping, we’re back as Heider’s Berry Farm, on a smaller scale, to provide quality fruit and friendly service.
We invite you to spend time on our farm in Woodstock, IL. Wander into our fields to enjoy a true farm experience, all natural with no admission or parking fee.
We expect a plentiful supply of delicious, juicy berries and are looking forward to your visit this season. Picking containers are provided for your use and for taking berries home.
Berry Picking is a fun family outing. Supervised children of all ages are welcome. So come on out and bring the family. ”
McCann Berry Farm
18110 Kishwaukee Valley Rd, Woodstock, IL 60098
For a rustic, no frills picking experience then head on down to McCann Berry Farm where you will be made very welcome, whilst enjoying some fresh air and picking your berries.
“McCann Berry Farm in Woodstock, Illinois is celebrating 38 years of u-pick berries! Bob and Mary McCann planted their first strawberry crop in 1982, in rural Woodstock, on land bordering the North Branch of the Kishwaukee River.
While not certified organic, we use an Integrated Pest Management Approach to control crop pests, and use as little pesticides as possible. Our berry plants are selected for their disease and pest resistance, as well as, their taste. We monitor the crop for pests and use controls only when pest populations reach a level of potential crop destruction.”
Cody’s Farm & Orchard
19502 River Rd, Marengo, IL 60152
When you visit Cody’s Farm and Orchard LLC be sure to treat yourself to their speciality – Strawberry Glazed Donuts – delicious!
Cody’s Farm & Orchard LLC will provide high quality, fresh home grown fruit and vegetables to our customers.
Cody’s is a family business that values health, happiness of children, education and making family memories. We would invite people of all ages to come and visit our farm.. Each year during the month of June Cody’s Farm & Orchard welcomes families from the greater Chicagoland area to come visit our farm and pick strawberries.
1016 Jeffries Rd, Springfield, IL 62707
At Jefferies Orchard their plan is to grow high quality produce that is fresh and in-season for our customers, while honoring the land and sustaining the family farm.
Jefferies Orchard offers a diverse range of fresh produce in season. The growing season starts with asparagus and rhubarb in the spring, followed by pick-your-own strawberries in late May. Pick-your-own blueberries start in late June or early July, which are the last u-pick crop of the year.
Summer crops include fresh sweet corn, tomatoes, peaches and summer squash. These are followed by apples, winter squash, pumpkins, cider, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, eggplant, peppers and much more.
Stade’s Farm and Market – U-pick Strawberries IL
3709 Miller Rd, McHenry, IL 60051
Stade’s Farm and Market has everything you need for a fun packed family day out in the country!
“Located in scenic McHenry County, Stade’s Farm & Market is approximately 50 miles Northwest of Chicago, Illinois. We produce 2,200 acres of corn, soybeans, and fresh fruits and vegetables that we sell directly to consumers through our Farm Market.
Stade Farm is a popular pick-your-own destination. We are offering both fruits and vegetables for you to harvest, including strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, sugar snap peas, green beans, peppers, and more. We offer a beautiful apple orchard with many of your favorite apples and about 30 acres of pick-your-own pumpkins in the fall. Stade’s is home to a large entertainment area, including a petting zoo, corn maze, giant slides, hayrides, and a large variety of unique attractions. Our fall festival, Shades of Autumn, is a harvest time extravaganza featuring 35+ farm-related attractions, pumpkin picking, special events, great food, and lots of family-orientated fun.”
1063 US-20 e, Elizabeth, IL 61028
At Terrapin Orchards they are passionate about the produce they grow and whole heartedly invite you and your family to visit, pick fruit and enjoy a day in the sunshine.
“At Terrapin Orchards we are committed to producing the best fruit you can find, while being friendly to natural pollinator, our customers, and mother nature. We depend on Integrated pest management as the backbone of our growing practice.
We have about 4 acres of Strawberries at Terrapin Orchards. The berries typically start to ripen around Memorial day (last weekend in May) and continue to be available through the end of June. We have pre-picked berries for the folks who are just in it for the flavor, but we also offer pick your own berries for those who want the full experience. For those looking to do some canning, baking or are looking to pick a whole bunch of berries, we offer a discount for bringing your own bucket or ice cream pail to pick into. We simply weight your pail empty and again when full and charge by the pound.
If you’ve never had a farm fresh strawberry, you’ve never really had a strawberry. Our berries are fully ripe when picked and offer a tremendous amount of flavor. Our strawberries have a red juice filled center, instead of the unripe white pith that we have come to view as normal. Children who wear a white colored shirt to pick strawberries typically leave with a red colored shirt and a huge smile!”
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Strawberry Picking in Minnesota
Berry Hill Farm
6510 185th Ave NW, Anoka, MN 55303
At Berry Hill Farm they pride themselves on growing top quality strawberries, as well as other delicious produce, for you to go and select and pick.
“Here at the Berry Hill Farm we have strawberries, raspberries, and rhubarb during the summer season. Tentative schedule for strawberries is from approximately middle of June to the beginning of July. Raspberries are typically in season from early July to the middle of July. Rhubarb is ready to be picked around mid-May, but we will also pick through the strawberry season. Please remember that these dates are approximate.
Berry Hill fields are open during the spring and summer seasons so you can pick your own fresh strawberries. Middle of June typically marks the beginning of berry season but weather dictates actual dates.
Here’s an idea, instead of picking up your berries at the grocery store or farmer’s market, how about picking them from the patch yourself or with your family? One of the best ways to enjoy fresh summer produce is to pick-your-own – simply pay for the cost of your pick and enjoy the season’s best fruits. We accept cash or check.”
Pine Tree Orchard Strawberry Field
450 Apple Orchard Rd, White Bear Lake, MN 55110
At Pine Tree Apple Orchard, they are committed to growing and providing the highest quality fruit in a sustainable environment. Caring for the environment is such an important and emotive subject these days, it is so important that we do our bit and support the farms that consider sustainability.
“If you are looking for fresh, locally grown apples and strawberries you have come to the right place! Strawberry Season is mid-June to early July
Our patch is the place to pick for families and friends. We provide boxes for you at no charge. Always call ahead to find out if conditions are right for picking and our updated hours.”
Miracle Strawberry Farm
60687 T-41, Dodge Center, MN 55927
There is a fascinating and heart warming story behind the start of Miracle Strawberry Farm, be sure to check it out on the farms website. This background is what inspires the owners of Miracle Strawberry Farm to grow good healthy food for you to pick.
“It is fun to watch what God can do with sun, water, seed and soil! We are very particular about what we eat and want to be just as particular with the food we grow for you! Our produce is as naturally grown as we are able to produce healthy, delicious strawberries for your enjoyment! Unlike most growers, we do not spray our strawberry fields with herbicides”.
“We currently grow three varieties of June bearing strawberries in our 2.7 acres of strawberry fields.”
The Berry Patch
10456 192nd St N, Forest Lake, MN 55025
At The Berry Patch they are passionate about growing top quality and delicious prodce for you and your family to pick!
“The Berry Patch is one of the oldest fruit growing operations in the east Metro area. From Mid-June to Mid-August, we provide our customers with pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. We pride ourselves on offering high quality fruit in a family friendly setting.
Our farm is a great destination for a family outing. We welcome well-supervised children to our fields as we want them to see how food is produced and experience the joy of berry picking. Sampling in the field is permitted, too!
Picking varies with the weather. Strawberries are typically available for a three to four week period from mid-June to early July. Raspberries typically start around the 4th of July and run through the end of July, and blueberries start in mid-July and typically end in mid-August”
Rod’s Berry Farm
28624 Zodiac St NE, North Branch, MN 55056
At the award winning Rod’s Berry Farm they are committed to providing fresh high quality berries to the local community and beyond.
“Our goal is to provide quality strawberries and blueberries in a family friendly environment. Our family and team of helpers stress fun and safety while helping you enjoy the wonderful bounty of Rod’s Berry Farm.
The Elmstrand’s were awarded the Minnesota River Friendly Farmer Award in 1995 recognizing excellent stewardship of the land through utilizing tree wind breaks, erosion control practices, and integrated pest management practices in cooperation with the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. This means we work hard at growing a crop of nutritious and delicious fruit while utilizing the best growing practices with a minimum use of pesticides.”
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Pecan Creek Strawberry Farm
12141 Foutch Rd, Pilot Point
Welcome to Pecan Creek Strawberry Farm, a pick your own strawberry experience located in Pilot Point.
Here at Pecan Creek Strawberry Farm we strive to grow the most delicious strawberries. We believe that can be achieved using hard work and combined years of farming knowledge passed down to us from generations before.
First and foremost, we are not a certified organic farm, though we implement many organic growing practices.
After doing hours of research and attending conferences, Chris began growing strawberries in 2015. He saw the demand as well as the desire of the customers to not only buy fresh strawberries, but pick them too. That’s when the decision was made to branch away from his family’s business, and start on his new independent adventure, Pecan Creek Strawberry Farm.
Good Earth Organic Farm
8571 FM272, Celeste, TX 75423
At Good Earth Organic Farm, “we offer fresh, organic produce, as well as grass-fed, pasture-raised lamb. We realize staying conscious of our ecosystem helps preserve this planet for future generations, so our plants, pastures, and livestock have never been treated with pesticides, herbicides, or other toxic chemicals. Building community is important to us at Good Earth Organic Farm. We cater to the local community and even stock products made by local folks in our farm store.
Pick your own strawberry dates are from April to June.
Wow UPick Farms
7271 Donald Rd, Krum, TX 76249
At WOW U-Pick Farms in Krum you can pick more than just delicious strawberries! There is also blackberries, tomatoes and potatoes on offer too! Located just northwest of Denton, WOW UPick Farms is full of fresh produce , meaning no use of sprays or pesticides on the crops, resulting in tasty, organic foods.
“The produce is grown through hydroponics, which puts the plants in a water-based and nutrient-rich solution. Near mid- to late-March, the farm has strawberries for picking. Come summer (late May to June), there are tomatoes, red bell peppers, garlic, potatoes, okra, yellow and green squash and more to fill up your pantry. Plans for other produce will come in a couple of years (yes, patience is the key to farming). ”
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38299 Hughesville Rd, Hamilton, VA 20158
Wegmeyer Farms is a friendly and authentic pick-your-own family farm located in the stunning rolling hills of northern Virginia.
“We are known for our delicious strawberries in the spring and unique and colorful pumpkins in the fall. We take great pride in what we grow – the taste, the quality, and the appearance – and strive for the best pure experience for all our visitors. We invite you to visit and enjoy our top-rated products and the authentic farm experience!”
Why not take the whole family, to enjoy an outdoor activity in the fresh air – some good old-fashioned strawberry picking!
“Picking strawberries is the perfect opportunity to learn about where our food comes from or to remind yourself just how flavorful fresh berries are supposed to taste. For those who might need a little help in the field, we also offer pre-picked berries. Don’t forget to pick up a jar of Wegmeyer Farms strawberry preserves – so yummy!”
Mackintosh Fruit Farm
1608 Russell Rd, Berryville, VA
Mackintosh Fruit Farm is located in the very aptly named and beautiful town of Berryville , Mackintosh. Mackintosh Fruit Farm is a family-owned PYO farm nestled in the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley in Clarke County, VA. They produce is first-rate fruit and the pick-your-own crops are well known as some of the best throughout the area. Their assortment of fruit selections allows their PYO customers early, mid, and late-season varieties. Strawberry picking season usually begins in May.
“Our goal for Mackintosh Fruit Farm was to find fruit varieties that have amazing flavor and texture and grow them on dwarf trees that can be picked easily from the ground. We combined our favorite varieties with size controlling rootstocks. This is done by grafting selected varieties on a root system that will allow us to plant a tree that is smaller when mature, easier to pick, and is known for producing larger tastier fruit.”
Green Truck Farm
3015 Hartland Lane ,Markham, VA
Green Truck Farm is a super popular family-run farm has a wide variety of fruit and berries to pick, starting with strawberries in mid-May.
Take the whole family for a fabulous day out in the countryside and be rewarded with delicious succulent strawberries picked by your very own hands!
It’s worth noting that the farm has lots of other produce on offer throughout the year too.
Greenhouse with fresh herbs, greens, vegetables and flowers
Black Raspberries: June/July
Summer Vegetables: July/August/September
Red Raspberries: July – October
Pumpkins/Winter Squash: September/October
Honey: Call for availability
Corn Maze/Fun Field: September/October
14039 Owls Nest Road, Nokesville, VA
Yankey Farms is a fresh market produce farm located in Prince William County, Virginia. Through late Spring and early Summer they operate a pick your own strawberry patch in the spring and a pick your own pumpkin patch in the fall.
“In addition to the pumpkins in the fall we have other fun farmyard activities including a cow train and corn maze scavenger hunt. We are one of the few “pumpkin patches” in Northern Virginia where you can actually pick your pumpkin out of the field where it grew.
In the spring at our Owls Nest Road location we have our pick your own strawberry patch. Imagine a fun day spent with the family, in the warm spring sun, harvesting buckets of red treasure. These plump juicy berries are perfect for making all your favorite jams, jellies, pies, ice cream, and other deserts. Not to mention just eating them fresh, or sliced on a salad or cereal, is a wonderful experience. You can also freeze strawberries and use them throughout the year, so be sure to stock up while you can. Remember the season is only a few weeks long. We look forward to seeing you in the strawberry patch this spring.”
Critzer Family Farm
9388 Critzer Shop Road Afton, VA 22920
Critzer Family Farm is the ideal destination for an outdoor day with family and friends. Connect with nature, get some fresh air in your lungs and tire out the little ones!
“Critzer Family Farm is a friendly, down-home setting perfect for you and your family to enjoy. Our goal is to provide you with the freshest, best-tasting and healthiest produce that you can find. We use environmentally-friendly methods and we have a 5-generation commitment to leave the land and community better than we found it. Our farm offers kids a place where they can learn about hard work and integrity, and experience a bit of farm life, showing them where their food comes from. We are open to the public from April to October. Make plans to visit, we’d love to see you!”
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Strawberry Picking in New Jersey
Melick’s Town Farm
472 County Rd 513, Califon, NJ 07830, United States
At Melick’s Town Farm “we grow it ourselves. For nearly 300 years, the Melick family has provided our community with delicious, locally grown, farm fresh fruits and vegetables! We also sell plants, shrubs, jams and jellies, baked goods, gifts, and even Christmas trees—all the products that people have come to rely on from the Melick family since about 1725.
Welcome spring with fun, family trips to the farm to Pick Your Own plump, red, sweet and juicy strawberries!”
Strawberry picking is from late May until early June.
330 Cold Soil Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
Terhune Orchards have a farm store that is open all year. They sell “fresh fruits, vegetables, homemade baked goods, local gourmet goodies, jams, and local honey. And don’t miss our own apple cider and apple cider donuts!” They have their own vineyard and winery, with wines made from grapes grown at Terhune Orchards. They run a ‘Read and Pick’ program for kids. “Read and Pick is a great way to introduce your young child to the fun of the farm. Read and Pick is an innovative program that combines hands on experience on the farm with an educational program and listening to a story highlighting that activity.” Check their website for the program schedule.
Terhune Orchards have strawberry picking from late May until early June. Who doesn’t love strawberry picking – it’s the taste of approaching summer!
91 Wemrock Rd, Freehold, NJ 07728
Battleview Orchards is a “family owned and operated farm, located in Freehold, New Jersey, harvests locally grown fruits and invites the public to “Pick Your Own” New Jersey Strawberries, Sour Cherries, New Jersey Peaches, Nectarines, New Jersey Apples, and Pumpkins. Battleview Orchards is the oldest Pick Your Own orchard in New Jersey!
The Country Store is open all year. It features our own Fresh Pressed Cider and our famous Apple Cider Donuts, along with quality fresh fruits and vegetables. The Country Store has a full line of freshly baked pies, breads and baked goods. Fruit and Vegetable Platters, Gift Baskets, and a large variety of gourmet items are available. Try our family recipes or join us at one of our Seasonal Events.”
There will be a $5.00 per person fee to enter our strawberry patch. This fee will include a $5.00 credit per person, towards the strawberries you pick in the patch with no refunds given.
1 Alstede Farms Ln, Chester, NJ 07930
Alstede Farms “is an ever-changing invitation to enjoy the best earth has to offer. Each season brings new fun for your family and new flavors to your table. And that’s why every visit to Alstede Farms is a discovery. We wish to make all of your visits to Alstede Farms memorable. Whether you stop in for a fresh, juicy peach, visit our friendly farm animals with your grandchildren, or simply seek quiet solace and escape from the rat race by visiting our farm; we are dedicated to operating a family farm that contributes to your quality of life. Stop in and experience the warmth that our family brings to Alstede Farms.
Alsteded Farms do strawberry picking. Strawberries are the first fruit that comes out of our patch. With its red color and delicate size, these berries are a crowd-pleaser and a great addition to the first picnics and barbecue parties of the season. Available from late May to early July, strawberries are a sure way to announce the arrival of summer.”
660 Oak Grove Rd, Swedesboro, NJ 08085
Dalton Farms is a “99 acre family owned and run farm conveniently located in southern New Jersey just off 322, and in close proximity to (3.7 Miles), and Delaware Memorial Bridge (12 Miles). With family ties to the farm extending back to 1790, the Dalton family is proud to continue this tradition now under the ownership of Keith, Ann, and Connor.
Owning the farm has been a dream for Keith since he was ten years old. Now, Dalton Farms has become a place of adventure with a beautiful 6 acre lake and 10 thriving beehives. Along with his good friend, Chris Viereck of Random Acts of Farmage Agritainment, Dalton Farms decided to take a leap of faith, much like Keith’s grandfather, and planted 1.2 million sunflowers of all varieties and the 1st Annual Dalton Farms Sunflower Festival was born in 2019.”
Their Facebook page shows fields of strawberries.
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Two Lights Road, Bowery Beach Rd, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
Maxwell’s Farm has been offering local people the opportunity to pick their own fruit and veg for many years.
“Maxwell’s Farm is Southern Maine’s premier strawberry farm, offering pick-your-own strawberries while enjoying the ocean breeze along Cape Elizabeth’s scenic coast. Starting in 1973 the Maxwell Family began growing strawberries however they’ve been growing fruits and vegetables in Cape Elizabeth, Maine for at least SEVEN generations!
Our goal at Maxwell’s is to produce high quality strawberries in a safe, balanced, and cost effective manner.”
Chipman Farm U Pick Strawberries Near Me
32 Goodwin Rd, Minot, ME 04258
At Chipman Farm they offer a wide range of beautiful pick your own produce. In addition strawberries there are also tulips, pumpkins and much more.
The strawberry picking season at Chipman Farm runs from May through to July. Perfect if you are looking for ‘u pick strawberries near me.’
“Our farm is currently 60 acres in size, and we have 19 greenhouses that help us extend our growing season. We hand pick our produce fresh each day, and that is what we are most proud of. Doug has over 30 years of experience growing, and the quality in our produce shows so. Whether you visit our pick-your-own strawberry field, or you shop at our farm stands, we hope you enjoy our produce and continue to support local Maine farms. ”
271 Tucker Rd, Wayne, ME 04284
Stevenson’s Farm in Maine is a family run farm providing fresh produce to locals and visitors alike.
“Strawberries have been our business since 1974. We continue to make improvements in the production, quality, and availability of strawberries. Take your pick from sixteen beautiful acres of Maine strawberries and peas.”
McElwain’s Strawberry Farm Maine
711 Sweden St, Caribou, ME 04736
McElwain’s Strawberry Farm has been in the family since 1910.
“Strawberries may be the most popular crop grown on the McElwain farm, but we sell a variety of vegetables and small fruits during the summer and fall.
A retired country schoolhouse serves as the farmstand, where we sell lettuce, beet greens, chard, cukes, peas, new potatoes, string beans, tomatoes, summer squash, zucchini, sweet corn, green peppers, broccoli, apples, carrots, onions, pumpkin and squash.
Strawberries are usually ready for picking by the end of June or first part of July, with the season lasting about 3 weeks. Occasionally we will have a late season and picking will last until the end of July. A hot dry season means a shorter season.”
555 Browns Point Rd, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
Fairwinds Farm is a real family affair, and they welcome you and yours to join them to pick your own delightful juicy strawberries.
“Our strawberry fields are open to the public for “Pick Your Own Strawberries” during the strawberry season (typically mid-June through mid-July). Our goal is to raise delicious, healthy crops and sustain the fertile soil that we are fortunate enough to grow on. We grow responsibly, using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Practices…which means we scout our fields regularly for signs of disease or harmful pests. In the event that a problem is found that will greatly hinder quality and production, we will spray our crops.”
Goss Berry Farm
311 Elm St, Mechanic Falls, ME 04256
Goss Berry Farm has been operating and growing a variety of yummy berries since 1988. Their Strawberries are available for picking from Late July onwards. There is nothing better than a day out in the sunshine with the family picking fresh berries to enjoy later with cream!
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Driving Wind Berry Farm
Michigan Rd 6410, Indianapolis, IN 46268
At Driving Wind Berry Farm they are an outdoor loving family, passionate about growing and providing the freshest and moist delicious berries.
“We are a family owned and operated You Pick Berry Farm. The farm has been in the family for decades. We opened to the public 2011. We offer a local urban farm experience just minutes from downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.”
No chemicals or pesticides are used on their produce.
“We do not use any type of pesticides or any other harmful chemicals on any of our plants. We use natural occurring micro-organisms and beneficial macro-organisms to the soil to create the best naturally grown Farm fresh fruit. “
Berry Best Farm – Strawberry Picking Indiana
26011 IN-62, Nabb, IN 47147
Berry Best Farm covers over 25 acres and they owners warmly welcome you and your family to visit and pick your own fruit, dependent upon what is in season.
“Berry Best Farm, located in Clark County, Indiana has been family owned and operated since 1975. Our farm has been a local landmark, known for sweet strawberries, delicious sweet corn, and juicy tomatoes for more than 30 years. The growing season starts with amazing asparagus in April, an extensive selection of tasty fruits and vegetables throughout the summer, and ends with pumpkins and mums in October. Berry Best strives to always have a bountiful harvest. ”
Bell’s Strawberry Farm
16447 IN-38, Hagerstown, IN 47346
Strawberry season at Bell’s Strawberry Farm is runs from the end of May to the middle of June.
“Our family farm has been serving the Wayne County area with farm fresh produce for over 40 years.
When you visit our farm, you can expect a family friendly atmosphere and the most delicious strawberries around! Come pick your own or let us pick them for you.”
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