Know Before You Go
Planning Your Visit
Our u-pick fields are currently closed. We will reopen for our U-Pick Strawberry Season in early to mid-December. We will also have u-pick sunflowers and zinnias.
During the fall, winter, and spring seasons, we have blueberries, peaches (Williston only), strawberries, sunflowers, and zinnias when in season.
We have handicapped-accessible restrooms. Our farms are mostly grass and we have wide grassy lanes between our U-Pick crops for easy access by wheelchair. Our shops have concrete floors, and we have paved walkways between our major buildings at some of our farms. Please note that some areas on the farm are sandy and might be difficult for a wheelchair to pass through.
You are welcome to eat blueberries as you are picking them (we encourage you to try them to find your favorite variety), and there is not an ‘all you can eat’ fee. Peaches and strawberries, however, cannot be eaten in the field due to their limited quantity. All peaches and strawberries must be purchased before you eat them.
Lost and found is located in our general store or farm market, if you lose something please report to the general store or farm market during our normal hours and describe the item lost, a team member will be happy to help you.
To ensure a wonderful experience for all of our guests, we highly suggest that you purchase your tickets online for the day you plan to attend. We could have very limited tickets available for purchase at the door for some events. Some event tickets are only available for purchase in advance online. The event may sell out, so get your tickets early!
We suggest wearing closed-toe shoes, a hat and/or sunscreen, and cool, comfortable clothing. We’ll provide you with containers to pick blueberries, strawberries, and peaches. At checkout, we will provide you with clamshells to take your fruit home in. We’ll also provide scissors for cutting flowers and bags to transport them home.