We welcome guests of all ages to join us at our blueberry fields! Come experience fresh, local, delicious blueberries and the joy that comes with picking them!
Make plans to visit us to enjoy three varieties of blueberries on eight acres of well maintained, irrigated blueberry fields. Our berries lay under “netting” to allow for easy picking and protects the berries from bird damage.
We do not have any late bearing varieties, so our harvest season may be comparatively shorter than other growers. We pick blueberries here from about mid July to mid August. We therefore encourage you to come out early in the Blueberry season. Our first 3 weeks are our best! We pick blueberries by the pound, so bring your own bucket, bowls, or whatever you are comfortable picking in!
Call the Farm of Check the Facebook page to check for picking updates.
Our 2022 Blueberry Fields Pricing
Purchase your “Pickin Pass” ($3.00) or “Season Pickin Pass” ($12.00) to enter the fields.
1-5 Pounds: $6.00 Per Pound
5-10 Pounds: $5.50 Per Pound
10 or More Pounds: $5.00 Per Pound
Large Quantity Discounts
All u-pick purchases are made at Farm Store or Produce Barn! Cash or check payments accepted, ATM located at the front of the farm.
Not Interested In Picking?
Visit the Farm Store & Bakery for already picked pints.
How to Freeze Blueberries
Health Benefits of Blueberries
Researchers at the USDA Human Nutrition Center (HNRCA) have found that blueberries rank #1 in antioxidant activity when compared to 40 other fresh fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants help neutralize harmful by-products of metabolism called “free radicals” that can lead to cancer and other age related diseases.
In another USDA Human Nutrition Center (HNRCA) lab, neuroscientists discovered that feeding blueberries to laboratory rats slowed age-related loss in their mental capacity, a finding that has important implications for humans. Again, the high antioxidant activity of blueberries probably played a role.
Prevention of Urinary Tract Infections
Researchers at Rutgers University in New Jersey have identified a compound in blueberries that promotes urinary tract health and reduces the risk of infection. It appears to work by preventing bacteria from adhering to the cells that line the walls of the urinary tract.