Are you ready? Seattle berry season is approaching, so grab these u-pick farms!


In the blink of an eye, it’s already May

Although it’s still a bit cold in Seattle in late spring and early summer

But in another month, variousSweet and sour berries

It’s time to mature~


Check out these U-pick picking gardens in Seattle in advance

Don’t get lost during the early summer picking season!







01

Harvold Berry Farm






This is a farm with a rich variety of plants. You can pick berries, cucumbers and green beans in the summer, pumpkins, corns, and sunflowers in the fall, and winter melons in the winter. You can pick fruits and vegetables here all year round.



Its strawberry varieties include Mary's Peak and Puget Crimson. The raspberry picking season starts in July. Follow the team leader and we will synchronize the picking information with you then~


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time

06 / 11 - 07 / 13

Monday – Saturday: 8 am – 6 pm


address

7701 Carnation-Duvall Road Northeast

Carnation, WA 98014


URL

https://harvoldberryfarm.com/







02

Remlinger Farms





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A comprehensive farm east of Seattle, where you can pick strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins, etc.



There are also tap rooms, wine bars, amusement parks, and pony rides in the park. People of all ages can find activities suitable for them. (It’s really suitable for taking your kids to play!)



The farm’s mascot doll is also very cute~


Although there is no specific start time for picking, the event calendar on the farm’s official website shows many interesting activities. Interested friends can check it out~


address

32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation, 

WA 98014


URL

https://remlingerfarms.com/upick







03

Jubilee Farm





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This comprehensive farm established in 1989 provides a variety of organic agricultural products in addition to strawberry picking. 


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On May 5th this year, the farm will hold a spring celebration, where you can buy fresh vegetables and there will be many interesting activities~



address

229 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE,

Carnation, WA 98014


URL

https://jubileefarm.org/







04

Raising Cane Ranch





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This farm in the north specializes in Washington's specialty - apples. There are more than 20 different varieties of apples that you can pick yourself, as well as some berries and nuts.


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Friends who like cider can drink cider made from fresh apples and experience the outdoor tap room.


address

5719 Riverview Rd, Snohomish,

WA 98290


URL

https://www.raisingcaneranch.com







05

Skipley Farm





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This farm's upick contains a wide range of fruit types, including more than 500 varieties of apples, more than 12 varieties of grapes, a small amount of blueberries, cherries, pears, apricots, etc.



They also have many unknown niche varieties, such as Serviceberry, Thimbleberry, Elderberry, etc. Curious friends can try them.


address

7228 Skipley Rd. 

Snohomish 98290


URL

https://skipleyfarm.com/pick-your-own-upick-you-pick/







06

Bailey Farm





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The nearly 50-acre farm has not only fresh fruits for picking, but also a variety of vegetable choices, such as garlic, lettuce, potatoes and sweet potatoes. Strawberry picking will start in June~



address

12691 Springhetti Rd,

Snohomish, WA 98296


URL

https://www.baileyveg.com/contact







07

Picha Farms





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Established in 1904, it has been passed down by three generations to this old farm, which mainly deals in strawberry picking, cranberries, blackberries, etc.


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address

6502 52nd St E,

Puyallup, WA 98371


URL

https://www.facebook.com/pichafarms







08

Biringer Farm





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In addition to the farm that focuses on picking strawberries for strawberry lovers, there are also customized small classes for children to popularize agricultural knowledge. Strawberry picking will return in June, so you can make an appointment in advance~



address

21412 59th Ave NE, 

Arlington, WA 98223


URL

https://www.biringerfarm.com/







09

Stutzman ranch





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This store not only has a variety of berries, but also Bing cherries, Ranier cherries, as well as some peaches, pears, and apples. Berry picking starts in June, so stay tuned~


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address

2202 Easy St, Wenatchee, WA 98801


URL

http://www.thestutzmanranch.com/Home.aspx







10

 Duris Farm






This historic farm, established in 1955, has grown from mainly producing cucumbers to growing green beans, zucchini, pumpkins, and a large number of sweet strawberries and raspberries.


(Photo source: Duris Farm, copyright belongs to the original author)


address

25175 Frager Rd S, Kent, WA 98032


URL

https://www.facebook.com/durisfarm







11

Swan's Trail Farm






In addition to strawberry picking in June, you can also bring children to have close contact with the farm's newborn animal cubs. The dates are 6, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 19, and 22.


(Photo source: Swan's Trail Farm, copyright belongs to the original author)


address

7301 Rivershore Road, Snohomish


URL

https://swanstrailfarms.com/farm-activities.aspx?item=26&name=U-Pick+Strawberries







12

Schuh Farms






This family farm has been serving up freshly baked pies, berry smoothies, canned goods, and local produce for years, and if you look closely, you can find its products at Seattle-area farmers markets.


(Photo source: Schuh Farms, copyright belongs to the original author)


address

15565 State Route 536, Mount Vernon


URL

https://www.facebook.com/schuh63







13

Bolles Organic Berry Farm





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This farm is certified organic by Washington State, and you can choose from strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries without worrying about pesticides.



In addition to picking, the farm also offers organic honey, vegetables and herbs. It’s pet-friendly, you can bring your own furry children~ You can follow the updates on the FB homepage for this year’s bolles picking categories.


address

17930 Tualco Loop Rd, 

Monroe, WA 98272


URL

https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=836643056411922


Thinking of the sweetness of berries and the earthy smell of the farm

Can’t wait for summer in Seattle!

While the sun is not too hot in early summer,

Guys, remember to make an appointment in advance~


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