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U-Pick Berries Skagit Valley

Nothing like changing your perspective than a couple of hours picking berries in Skagit Valley!  A certain kind of peace and quiet, a calming of the spirit, and a connection to the earth is just the beginning.

upick_skagitU-pick Farms Skagit – Please call to verify hours and what is available before you visit!  If you aren’t in the picking mood, pick up fresh berries at our Farmer’s Markets!

Bow Hill Blueberries – Our harvest is generally mid-July through mid-September. During the harvest, we are open Monday through Saturday, 10 am-6 pm and Sunday, 11 am-5 pm.

  • You-Pick is $3.55 per pound.
  • We-pick berries prices depend on quantity. Flats vary depending on size.
  • A $5 Grazing Pass gives you access to the fields where you can eat as much as you want. The pass price is refunded once you pick over 10 pounds – which takes about 30-45 minutes. The passes help support the you-pick operation and staffing.
  • We offer family passes for $15 for up to five immediate family members.
  • If you’re older than the plants (72 this year!) you get in for free!
  • We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express).
  • Sign up for our mailing list to receive harvest information, updates on events, and special offers.
  • We supply buckets for picking and freezer bags so that you can take your berries home.
  • Our you-pick berries are the big plump variety called Bluecrop. When you lightly comb the branches with your fingers, the ripe berries fall into your hands while the unripe berries stick to the bush.

Carpenter Creek Farm – We are a small blueberry farm located just south of Mount Vernon in Washington’s fertile Skagit Valley. Although we are not certified organic we do not use any synthetic pesticides or fertilizers on our farm.

20177 East Stackpole Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274

Cascadian Farm  – Our story begins nearly 50 years ago on a little stretch of land next to the magic blue Skagit River in the foothills of the Northern Cascades. Although we’ve outgrown our original farm—we source from certified organic farms throughout the country and world to make our delicious products—you can still visit the farm that inspires us. Our original Home Farm is a working organic farm where we grow blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, sweet corn, and pumpkins. Our roadside stand serves farm-grown organic produce, homemade ice cream, berry shortcake, espresso, and wholesome snacks. Enjoy a picnic near our native pollinator flower garden with views of the river and glacier covered mountains. Learn about this unique place that continues to propel the organic and regenerative agriculture movements. The scenic drive alone is well worth the trip!
Contact: Questions about visiting the farm, to request a farm tour or about products we grow only at the home farm, call the farm at (360) 853-8173.

Jones Creek Farms – (360) 826-6820 – For the most up to date harvest and market information, check out their website!  You can also find them on Facebook.

Northwest Wild Foods – Located between the temperate Puget Sound and the rugged Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, Northwest Wild Foods is a small, family-owned company in Burlington, Washington that is dedicated to bringing you the rare and natural wild flavors of our region and beyond. Our wild berries are hand-gathered in areas such as the lush woodlands of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains where our intrepid pickers often find themselves competing with Black bear, cougar and other animals for delicious juicy berries.

Perhaps our favorite wild berry is the tiny Wild Mountain Blackberry that our family has been collecting for more than three generations. As any seasoned wild berry picker will admit, these are the most elusive of all wild berries. Locating a patch of these tasty morsels can be so difficult that we compare it to fishing for steelhead on the Skagit River — an experience in itself. Our other favorite wild berries include Hoh River Red Huckleberries and Wild Mountain Blue Huckleberries. Each is incredibly special, possessing a unique character and magical taste that only wild berries can impart.

Riversong Farm – 16384 Donnelly Rd, Mount Vernon, WA | Phone: 360-424-1999 *Raspberries

Schuh Farms Mt. Vernon – We are a Skagit Valley family farm that provides fresh produce and family entertainment April thru December. See you soon.

Swanson’s Farm – When leaving La Conner head North from the Round-About and you will see signs on your left in about a mile.  Cute farm stand and u-pick berries.

TJ Farm – Offering Northland, Toro, and Jersey varieties of blueberries, other medium to small sized fruit and cider apples for hard cider. U-pick is $1.80 per pound, and we-pick is $4.00 per pound (subject to change).
Address: 15805 Ovenell road in Mount Vernon
Phone: (206) 321-9000

Tulip TownDuring the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, you can visit Tulip Town and pick your own bouquet.

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