BLUEBERRY SEASON: TENTATIVE DATE- JULY 7.
for this season of PYO: WATCH FOR UPDATED INFORMATION
1 Maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from one another, or between family groups.
2 Avoid socializing
with someone who is sick
3 Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
4 Stay home when sick
Wash your hands frequently
6 Cover your cough or sneeze
with a tissue, then throw the tissue into trash
7 Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Contact information of local state and public health offices
*** Remember there are No Public restrooms, and
No Pets allowed, Thanks!
We will supply containers for harvesting your berries
and transporting home, pint or quart green pulp boxes, to be prepaid before entering the field. You may bring
your own containers to use: milk jugs, pails, baskets or recycle clear fruit/veggie plastic containers.
Pre-picked Pint or Quart size containers are available for those who don't have the
forget to check our RECIPES page for delicious meals and
berry recipes, and a couple for gooseberries. Yum!
working farms, we have a few farm rules we ask our visitors to kindly follow.
*NO PETS ALLOWED* - We ask that you please leave your pets at home. No pets, leashed or unleashed,
are allowed on the farm at any time.
*NO RESTROOMS!!! - Sorry but the farm has no restrooms.
Please Plan Your Visit