Bucket Picking

  • Grab a Bucket
  • Line the Bucket with a Plastic Liner
  • You May Use a Rope to tie the bucket around your waist and use the red plastic cup to pick in
  • Pick as many berries as you want and bring them in to the weigh station
  • Move to the Checkout Station

Cost is $5.00 Per pound

Picking Blueberries

3 Ways to Pick

Easy Pay 2.5 Lb 

  • This is a good way to pick if you are only wanting a small amount of blueberries (Full Container holds 2.5 pounds of blueberries)
  • Grab a Container
  • Fill the container with your fresh picked blueberries
  • Go straight to the Checkout station.  No need to weigh!

Cost is $13.00

Easy Pay 2 Lb 

  • Only wanting 2 lbs. of blueberries?
  • Grab a Zip Lock Bag
  • Fill the zip lock bag as full as you can with your fresh picked blueberries
  • Go straight to the Checkout station.  No need to weigh!

Cost is $10.00

Empty 2.5 Pound Containers are available for 50 Cents.  

Great for giving blueberries as a gift!

Happy Picking!

Helpful Tips for Picking Blueberries

Helpful Tips for Picking Blueberries

  • Pick only the ripe blueberries.  Blueberries will not ripen after picking.  Please leave any unripe blueberries for future blueberry lovers.  Pick all ripe blueberries before moving on to another bush.
  • The ripe blueberries are the ones that pull off the bush easily.  They are usually powder blue.  Some varieties are large and plump and some are smaller but are still very sweet!  If they are not ripe, they will not be sweet.
  • Sometimes the berries are in clusters and some are ripe and others are not.  Please do not strip the berries.  Lightly tickle the berries in clusters.  The ripe ones will fall off into your bucket and the unripe ones will stay and ripen another day.
  • Look into the center of the bushes and down below under the leaves.  Gently bend the high branches over to get to the berries that are hard to reach.
  • Using a belt or rope to tie the handle of the bucket to your waist is helpful.  This will free up both hands and make picking berries easier.  The small cups provided can then be used to gather the ripe blueberries and pour into your bucket.
  • We have 10 different varieties of blueberries.  Some will ripen early and some later.  They are scattered throughout our farm.  Just walk around until you find the ripe berries.  If you find a good area with lots of ripe berries, please tell the attendant so that the berries are not wasted

Thank You and Have Fun!