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Call ahead or check weather conditions

Our U-Pick fields are open Monday through Saturday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (weather permitting).
Rain is not ideal for berry picking as rain can cause the berries to become mushy and our fields can turn to mud puddles quickly.

How To Prepare


Wear comfortable shoes (no heels) as you will be standing for a couple of hours. Be sure to bring a hat and some sun screen. If you get thirsty or hungry our Farm Store has some blueberry snacks for sale to help you feel refreshed and cool off from the heat. Blueberry Ice-Cream anyone?



Now CLOSED for the season, see you in 2020. Please note that we will be switching to an online booking system and implementing new best practices in response to Covid-19 to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff.
We have reusable buckets for purchase for $3.00 for picking. Our buckets have a handle on them for easier picking.

Where To Pick


If you are wondering where the best picking spots are be sure to ask our staff and once you are at a full bush stay put until you have picked your fill of berries. This will save you time looking where to go so stay put and keep picking. A smaller blueberry does not mean it will be less sweet but the variety and if the berry is ripe determines the taste.

How To Pick


It takes time to master the skill of berry picking. Give yourself time to get the hang of it as everyone finds their own little tricks to pick the ripest blueberries. To get you started try rolling the berries between your thumbs and into the palm of your hands, the ripe ones should roll right off into your bucket. Avoid the green ones and the really soft ones. A ripe blueberry will be blue, avoid the pink and green ones!



Our Farm is located at 51211 Chilliwack Central Road. The quickest way to get here is by taking Highway 1, exit 129 (Annis Road) and turning right onto Chilliwack Central Road. Be sure to check in with our staff when you arrive so they can direct you to the best picking spots where the berries are the ripest. We have Duke and Bluecrop Blueberries in our fields that are very sweet and plumb in size.