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Pick Your Own

Homegrown Crops

Come on out and harvest your own!

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Open June 1 to Sept 29

Create delicious memories
with us!

Bring your peeps for a morning or afternoon down on the farm. Pluck sweet, juicy strawberries right off the vine, make a bouquet of colorful flowers, pick peaches straight off the tree...there's plenty to harvest depending on the season, and nothing's sweeter than spending time with the family!

PYO fields are open Wed - Sun from 10am to 4pm (with the exception of the Strawberry and Peach & Sunflower Festivals). The last wagon leaves at 3pm. Fields can ony be accessed via wagon rides from the Farm Market.

Pick Your Own Wagon Ride Tickets:
$5/online, $7 @ the gate

Kids 23 mo. & under are FREE!
Wagon ride tickets DO NOT include pyo crops, which are priced by lb. or stem.

What's in Season When?

Our crops change throughout the season. When one is done, another will be ready for harvest!
June
Blueberries (late June)
Strawberries (early June)
Wildflowers
July
Blackberries
Blueberries
Raspberries
Sunflowers
Wildflowers
Aug
Peaches
Sunflowers
Wildflowers
Sept
Apples

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$5/online, $7 @ the gate
2022-04-25
June 1 to Sept 29

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a ticket to pick crops?
Yes. For everyone's safety pick your own fields can only be accessed via wagon rides from the Farm Market or Festival Field. Tickets are required for wagon rides.
Does my child need a ticket?
Everyone over the age of 2 yrs. requires a ticket.
Can I bring my dog?
While we all love our pets around here, only service animals trained to assist with a disability are permitted.
Can I take pictures in the fields?
Photographers are permitted during regular business hours as long as they don't interfere with other guests' enjoyment. Admission is required for all visitors.
Does wagon ride admission include the cost of the crops?
No. Anything harvested from the fields must be paid for separately. Crops are priced by the lb. or stem.