Strawberry Season 2023 HAS ENDED!
Thank you to all those who visited us this picking season! We are thankful for you and the beautiful berries you took out of our fields to enjoy. We cannot wait to see you again in 2024.
At Greg’s we love strawberries! We kick off our picking season with these berries in our strawberry fields and have a rich legacy of families visiting the farm to kick off the summer, celebrate the end of the school year, and make their annual jam with us! We pick into and sell u-pick strawberries in quart containers, please plan to bring your own or purchase some on the farm!
When visiting Greg’s Strawberry Fields, we remind our customers to be quick about it! The season only lasts about three weeks so be sure to pick early and often! There is nothing like a local berry! When picking, remember that strawberries do not get sweeter after harvesting, as a result, large brilliantly red commercial berries are often flavorless. While supermarket berries are adequate during the winter, one should not settle for them during summer months.
Call the Farm of Check the Facebook page to check for picking updates.
Bring your own containers or make plans to purchase quarts or buckets on the farm.
Purchase your “Pickin Pass” on the farm for just $4 per person.
Our 2023 Strawberry U-Pick Pricing
Purchase your “Pickin Pass” ($4.00) to enter the fields.
$5.00 / Pound
Picking Buckets: $2.00 Each
All u-pick strawberry purchases are made at the u-pick wagon!
You purchase what you pick.
Cash or check payments accepted, ATM located in The Farm Store & Bakery.
Pricing and information on the farm, subject to change!
Our 2023 Pre-Picked Strawberry Pricing
Available in The Farm Store & Bakery daily 10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
$8.95 / Quart
4 Quarts for $32.00
Full Flat $60.00
(Quantity Pricing Based on Availability, Subject to Change)
Strawberry Nutritional Value
1 cup of fresh strawberries contains:
1 gram of protein
13 grams of carbohydrates
0 grams of fat
3 grams of fiber
0 milligrams of sodium
One cup of strawberries contains more Vitamin C than an orange!