Pick your own has ended for the season, but the farm is still open 8-8 for the sale of fresh blueberries. 🫐 We can be found at the Orangeville Habitat for Humanity ReStore every day 12-4 for fresh local produce. Thanks for a great season!
PYO Raspberries is closed today, July 23, and will reopen Monday, July 25.
Pick Your Own Raspberries started this week! The season doesn’t last long so come on out to the farm to fill up your baskets!
Due to road work, you may run into some Road Closed signs on County Road 3 (Orangeville-Fergus Road), around our farm.
If you are coming from Orangeville, go West on Hwy 9, take a left to go South on 17 Line and take another left to go East on County Road 3.
If you are coming from the Fergus area on the Orangeville-Fergus Road, ignore the Road Closed sign.
If you are coming from the South, you can take Orangeville-Caledon Townline/Erin-Garafraxa Townline West to 18 Line, turn right to head North and a left on County Road 3.
🍓 Good morning! We have great news! Strawberry season is starting earlier than expected on WEDNESDAY JUNE 22!
Pick Your Own will be open MONDAY thru FRIDAY from 8 AM to 12 PM, and Saturdays 8 AM to 3 PM.
Already picked berries will be available every day from 8 AM to 8 PM at the farm, or every day at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore from 12 PM to 4 PM.
The season starts a bit slow as usual so quantities may be light at times for the first couple of days. See you soon!
– Eric and Kate
Good morning! Another strawberry season will soon be on its way! We are thinking that the season will start sometime in the last week of June. The strawberry plants look great! Check back for more updates coming soon. Thank you! 🍓
While the farm is closed, we are still at the Orangeville ReStore with fruits and vegetables Tuesdays-Saturdays 12-4, and Sundays 11-3.
Our strawberry season has wrapped up and the last day of raspberries will be Saturday, August 7th.
Thank you all for a wonderful 2021 berry season!