Tips for a successful trip:
- Pick a rain-less day
- Triple check hours of operation
- Give ‘em a ring – ask the farm for tips on parking and how to prep for blueberry picking
- Charge the phone, because photos are a must (#yum)
- Rock a hat, sunscreen and a fanny pack (trust us – you’ll be glad you did)
- Gas up and go
Don’t worry if you don’t see a farm near you – this list continues growing (get it?), so visit us again as you plan your next adventure. Post-adventure, try your hand at a new-to-you blueberry recipe or freeze them for months of enjoyment.
Blueberry season begins in April in the warmer states and ends sometime between August and September before fresh berries start rollin’ in from South America. And here’s a fun fact you can bore impress your kids with: Blueberries were first harvested in New Jersey 100 years ago, they’re still loved by millions nationwide and enjoyed at blueberry festivals year after year.
Farms listed on this page are not maintained by the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council. Have questions about your blueberry picking adventure? Contact the farm using the details included in the map above.