Blueberry Picking

Sunny skies, laughter and handfuls of delicious berries. Combine that with a few harmless stains and you’ve got an afternoon of blueberry picking that somehow feels like “the good old days” before the moment’s even passed.

Have fun exploring the map below for farms where you can pick your own blueberries in regions across the U.S. While you’re at it, get more summertime activity ideas and recipes to help you savor the summer.


Leavelle Farms - Buhl, AL

Address 17952 Foxfire Rd.
Buhl, AL 95446
Website Leavelle Farms
Phone (205) 339-7723


Rose's Berry Farm, LLC - South Glastonbury, CT

Address 295 Matson Hill Rd.
South Glastonbury, CT 06073
Phone (860) 633-7467



Tammen Treeberry Farm - Wilmington, IL

Address 37131 Essex Rd.
Wilmington, IL 60481
Phone (800) 892-5989


Sider's Blueberry Farm - North Rochester, IN

Address 6254 West 200
North Rochester, IN 46975
Phone (574) 223-6632

The Blueberry Ranch - Mishawaka, IN

Address 54743 Buckeye Road
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Phone (574) 255-5773

VanKley's Blueberries - Wheatfield, IN

Address 2666 West State Rd. 10
Wheatfield, IN 46392
Phone (219) 956-3687


Beard's Lakeview Farm - Sanford, MI

Address 4413 N. Water Rd.
Sanford, MI 48657
Phone (989) 689-6571

Crossroads Blueberry Farm - West Olive, MI

Address 14500 Lake Michigan Dr.
West Olive, MI 49460
Phone (616) 842-2828

Rambo Blueberries - Bridgman, MI

Address 11306 Gast Rd.
Bridgman, MI 49106
Phone (269) 426-4074

True Blue Farms - Grand Junction, MI

Address 09589 County Rd. 215
Grand Junction, MI 49056
Website True Blue Farms
Phone (269) 434-6112

Ven Roy Blueberries - Coopersville, MI

Address 14564 84th Ave.
Coopersville, MI 49404
Phone (616) 837-6482


J.Q. Fruit Farm & Orchard - Princeton, MN

Address 8082 33rd St.
Princeton, MN 55371
Phone (763) 389-2567

The Berry Patch - Forest Lake, MN

Address 10456 192nd St.
Forest Lake, MN 55025
Website The Berry Patch
Phone (651) 433-3448


Johnson's Blueberry Farm - Meridian, MS

Address 11624 Suqualena Rd.
Meridian, MS 39305
Phone (601) 626-8166

New Jersey


Anderson Blues - Corvallis, OR

Address 8793 NW Arboretum Rd.
Corvallis, OR 97330
Website Anderson Blues
Phone (571) 745-5487

Blueberry Meadows - Corvallis, OR

Address 3860 NE Highway 20
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone (541) 753-2614

Fordyce Farm - NE Salem, OR

Address 7023 Sunnyview Rd.
NE Salem, OR 97305
Website Fordyce Farm
Phone (503) 362-5105

Glover's Century Farm - Eagle Creek, OR

Address 29177 SE Highway 224
Eagle Creek, OR 97022
Phone (503) 637-3820

Haven Farms - Umpqua, OR

Address 10246 Tyee Rd.
Umpqua, OR 97486
Website Haven Farms
Phone (541) 459-0364

Morning Shade Farm - Canby, OR

Address 8345 S. Barnards Rd.
Canby, OR 97009
Phone (503) 651-2622

Oregon Blue's - Boring, OR

Address 9751 SE Telford Rd.
Boring, OR 97009
Website Oregon Blue's
Phone (503) 663-6451

Radke's Blueberries - Corvallis, OR

Address 490 SE Three Mile Ave.
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone (541) 753-5680

Saginaw Vineyard/Delight Valley Farms - Cottage Grove, OR

Address 80247 Delight Valley School Rd.
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Phone (541) 747-7779

Sue's Blueberries - Portland, OR

Address 14952 SE Barbara Welch Ln.
Portland, OR 97236
Phone (503) 760-2025


Bountiful Acres - Woodland, WA

Address 4008 NE Cedar Creek Rd.
Woodland, WA 98674
Phone (360) 225-9479

Canter-Berry Farms - Auburn, WA

Address 19102 S.E. Green Valley Rd.
Auburn, WA 98092
Phone (253) 939-2706

Kaye's Blueberries - Battle Ground, WA

Address 5406 N. E. 219th St.
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Phone (360) 687-4630

Wilt's Blue 'B' Ranch - La Center, WA

Address 3614 NE Beasley Rd.
La Center, WA 98629
Phone (360) 263-8500

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.