5 Best Fruit Farms For Berry Picking | 614 Mom's Guide To Summer Series | 2018
I don't know about you but one of my favorite parts of summer is all of the fresh produce. I get so excited thinking about the schedule of farmers markets coming up but my kids get really excited about berry picking. They love going out to the fruit farm and collecting the strawberries and coming home to clean and prep them. I let them do it all for the buckets they pick including cutting the berries - we use this safety knife that protects their little hands but also gets the job done. I will do a longer blog post on our prep after we go picking for the first time but for now let me share with you our five favorite places to go strawberry picking.
If you're new around here let me explain - I never share ALL of the places you can go do something, only the best. I have personally been to everyone of these farms and have had a great experience. I've also been to other farms but I don't list them because the experience wasn't great.
-Wear close toed shoes
-Bring lots and LOTS of sunscreen
-Bring an extra outfit (including shoes) for everyone - it can get muddy so it's nice to have a back up plan. On that note throw some towels and a trash bag in the trunk just in case.
-If you can bring your own containers - plastic containers like these work wonderfully. Make sure to check in at the front so they can weigh it before you head out to the field.
Hann Farms Market
Address: 4600 Lockbourne Road
Mid to late May
Address: 9331 Mitchell Dewitt Road Plain City
Cash preferred - Cards accepted
End of May
Blue Frog Farm
Address: 5499 Sportsman Club Rd.
Cash and cards accepted
Late June through August
The Maize at Little Darby Creek
Address: 8657 Axe Handle Rd.
Milford Center, OH 43045
Blackberry and Raspberry
Granny B Farms - Organic
Address: 7201 Tucker Rd
Cash preferred. PayPal also accepted
Early June is the expected opening date.
Raspberry and Strawberry