The start of berry picking season is like our northwest announcement that summer is finally here!
Berry picking is a sweet activity for families of all ages and there are many local options and varieties when it comes to u-pick berry farms in the area. Here's a round-up of some favorite places to pick-your-own, and tips for your outing.
Thank you to Remlinger Farms for Sponsoring this year's berry picking guide!
Remlinger Farms, where WE HELP YOU CREATE YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY MEMORIES! We are really excited to be welcoming back the community for our 2020 season! Our U-Pick fields will be opening mid-June with some great strawberries and raspberries for all your summer snacking needs. While you are here picking we hope that you will check out our Farm Market with all kinds of local goodies including our FAMOUS Remlinger Farms pies! As soon as we are able we will be opening up our Family Fun Park, with a few new surprises this year! Everyone here has been working hard to make sure you have tons of safe, family fun, and we can't wait to share it all with you. For the most current up to date information on our U-Pick fields and our Family Fun Park be sure to check and like our Facebook page. For more information on Remlinger Farms check our website.
Remlinger Farms | 32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation | 425-333-4135
Offering: Strawberries, Raspberries
When: Expected opening in mid-June. Check Facebook for updates on picking times and locations
- Most u-pick farms accept cash only
- Farms will often close if they are picked out or need to allow a couple days for more berries to ripen. Plan to arrive early in the day, and call, check the website or Facebook page to make sure the farm is open and has availability.
- Bring water, sunscreen and a hat to stay protected from the sun. Most berry fields offer little in the way of shade.
- Bring snacks for the kids. Your local farmer will appreciate that (not too many of) his profits are consumed in the field
- COVID-19 has caused some rule changes at your local berry farm! Please check with the farm before you go to find out what they are requiring.
Cottage Gardens Blueberry Farm | 14510 Kelly Rd NE, Duvall | 425-947-4523
Offering: 13 difference varieties of heirloom and hard to find blueberries, as well as u-pick sunflowers
When: expected to ripen from mid-July through early September. Check Facebook or call for updates
Harvold Berry Farm | 5207 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE, Carnation | 425-333-4185
Offering: strawberries and raspberries.
Henna Blueberry Farm | Hwy 203, Fall City | 425-806-2751
What: 10 varieties of blueberries
When: July - August; check Facebook for updates and hours
Bolles Organic Berries | 17930 Tualco Loop Rd, Monroe | 425-876-9878
Offering: certified organic strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, plus raw unfiltered wildflower honey from their own hives
When: Check Facebook for updates on picking times - anticipated opening is the first week of June
Broers Farms | 18228 Tualco Rd, Monroe | 360-794-8125
What: certified organic raspberries and blueberries, thornless blackberries and thornless marionberries.
When: Check Facebook for updates on opening date and picking times
Johnson’s Blueberries | 17520 187th Ave SE, Monroe | 425-345-4538
Offering: Early-ripening, spray free blueberries
When: Open now!; 8am – dusk, 7 days a week. Check their Facebook page for updates on picking times
Mountainview Blueberry Farm | 7617 East Lowell-Larimer Road, Snohomish | 360-668-3391
Offering: 9 acres of u-pick blueberries
When: Normal season starts after July 4 and goes into early September; check Facebook for updates or call for a recorded message
Keep finding your family fun -