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Best Places for Blueberry Picking050
about Best Places for Blueberry Picking:
Check our list to find a farm or field near you...or add your berry own favorite spot.
Bishop's Orchards is a seasonal pick-your-own haven, with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, pears, apples, and pumpkins.
Berry Patch Farms in Woodstock offers no-spray blueberries, which means kids can taste as they pick! Buckets are provided, and a playset and tables nestled in the shade make for a perfect picnic spot.
Kansas City, MO
As Missouri's largest blueberry grower, The Berry Patch offers loads of u-pick berries - both blue and black - in addition to a berry train, hay bale mountain, and a country store. Blueberry season continues through mid-August.
Libby & Son U-Picks has acres and acres of great tasting pick-your-own highbush blueberries and apples. Blueberry picking starts in July and continues into October.
On Long Island, the Harbes Family Farm harvesting options include blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries. And the farm experience also includes a petting zoo and pony rides!
Hodgson's Farm invites visitors to pick their own strawberries (mid-June), blueberries (mid-July), raspberries, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants.
Families can take a hayride across the farm to pick their own blueberries at Johnson's Corner Farm, or grab a basket and head out to the fields for picking at Linvilla Orchards.
Pick-your-own blueberries and black raspberries are available throughout the summer at Reilly's Summer Seat Farm.
A wagon pulled by an antique tractor delivers visitors to sweet blueberries and raspberries at Sauvie Island Farms.
Moorhead's Blueberry Farm provides the bucket, you do the picking! Families are welcome to bring a picnic to make a day of it at the farm.
Bryant Blueberry Farm in scenic Arlington opens for the 2009 season on July 12. Besides picking berries, kids can feed the farm's ducks, geese, and goats, and enjoy a playground with a sandbox, swings, and open fields.