Pick Your Own

Pick-your-own is a fun family activity and a great way to explore the farm.

Strawberries

Late June to Early July
8am–4pm

We grow several varieties of certified organic strawberries, available at different times during the strawberry season. Our pick-your-own hours fluctuate with the weather and the picking conditions, so please check our homepage or call ahead before driving any distance. For the safety of our customers and crew, we always close during thunderstorms.
Please follow the signs to park near the berry patch.

*We love when you bring your own containers, although we do have some available in the farmstand or down by the fields.

Prices
$4.00/lb, up to 10 lbs picked
$3.75/lb, 10–20 lbs picked
$3.50/lb, 20-50 lbs picked
$3.25/lb, over 50 lbs picked


Flowers

July to September
10am–6pm

Our PYO flower garden offers an abundance of beautiful cutting flowers. Pick up a pair of scissors in the farmstand and head across the street to pick. Instructions are posted in the garden.

Prices
Gladiolus – $6 per lb
Lisianthus – $40 per lb
Sunflowers (large) – $4 per lb
All other flowers and herbs – $16 per lb

Looking for information about PYO wedding flowers? Click here.


Blueberries

mid-July to August
Dawn–dusk

Our pick your own blueberry patch is open dawn till dusk and operates on the honor system. The patch is located 1/2 mile south of the farmstand, on Pavillion Road. Park at “Sunny Fields Berry Farm”. You can pay with cash or check in the patch. Credit cards payments can be processed in the Hello Cafe 8–5 or in the farmstand 10–6.

Pick-your-own hours fluctuate with the weather and the picking conditions, so please check our homepage or call ahead before driving any distance. For the safety of our customers and crew, we always close during thunderstorms.

We love when you bring your own containers, although we do have some available at the patch just in case.

Price
$4.00 per pint


Pumpkins

October
10am–6pm

Our pumpkin patch opens on the day of Pumpkin Festival and stays open through October 31. Grab a wagon and head down to the patch. Bring all pumpkins to the farmstand to be weighed.

Price
50¢ per lb


Photo by Ben DeFlorio