We’ve compiled a HUGE listing of farms to pick strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, as well as peaches and grapes. Head to one of these U-pick farms around Southwest Michigan. The kids will likely eat nearly as much as they pick.
Corey Lake Orchards | 12147 Corey Lake Road, Three Rivers | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Corey Lake Orchards is a roadside farm market offering a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and bakery items. U-pick strawberries are available in June and blueberries in July.
Cotant’s Farm Market | 2500 S M-37 Hwy, Hastings | Facebook
What You’ll Find: The market offers seasonal vegetables and fruits fresh from their fields along with jam and jellies, canned fruits and vegetables, and several varieties of salsas and relishes. U-Pick strawberries begin in June, blueberries in mid-July, and raspberries and apples in August and September.
Husted’s Farm Market | 9191 West Main Street, Kalamazoo | Facebook
What You’ll Find: U-Pick strawberries will be available in June. Check in at the Farm Market and there you will be given directions to their off-site strawberry location. Stop by for U-pick sweet cherries in late June, depending on the weather. Look for a variety of other Michigan-grown fruits and vegetables are for sale in the market.
Mandigo Farms, Inc. | 61077 41st Street, Paw Paw | Facebook
What You’ll Find: U-Pick strawberries will be available in the first few weeks of June. The farm supplies containers and they offer U-pick or already picked strawberries. There are a few picnic tables with umbrellas at the farm if you want to pack a lunch.
Soil Friends Farm & Market| 1701 North 33rd Street, Galesburg | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Soil Friends Farm offers U-pick strawberries in June. The farmyard is filled with toys, games for the kids and you can also feed their friendly animals while you’re there. Try homemade donuts on the weekend or purchase food to munch on from the food trailer.
DeGrandchamp’s Blueberry Farm | 76241 14th Avenue, South Haven | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Typically, blueberries are ready for U-pick in early July. In addition to U-pick, they have a store with blueberry and cranberry baked goods, jams, syrup and other produce. Buckets are provided for picking as well as bags to bring home berries.
Adams Farms | 69676 County Road 376, Hartford | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Check out Adams Farms for U-pick and already picked conventional and organic blueberries generally starting July 4th weekend lasting through August. Buckets are available for picking, but make sure to bring a container to transport.
Brookside Farms Fritz’s Blueberries | 34448 44th Avenue, Paw Paw | Facebook
What You’ll Find: The store offers U-pick and already picked blueberries, a gift shop, snacks, refreshment stand, and restrooms. The farm typically opens the last weekend in June, but plan to call ahead to confirm. They are open until the end of August, crop-dependent.
Bumbleberry Acres | 6785 Baseline Road, South Haven | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Bumbleberry Acres usually opens in late June with U-pick blueberries. Meet their mini animals, take a wagon ride, walk the farm, buy baked goods, and play in the playground for a day of fun.
Kendall’s Blueberries | 2124 Coburn Road, Hastings | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Family owned U-pick blueberry farm in a country environment. Five varieties of blueberries. All natural, but not certified organic. Blueberry U-pick begins early to mid-July.
Mitchell’s Blueberries | 19230 CR-681, Grand Junction
What You’ll Find: Family-owned and operated since 1968 offering USDA Certified Organic Blueberries. U-pick available starting in July. The farm has restrooms and a picnic area. Cash/check only accepted.
Pleasant Hill Farm | 5859 124th Avenue, Fennville | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Pleasant Hill Farm offers certified organic blueberries. Blueberry harvest season runs generally early July thru mid-August. A limited number of buckets are available, so make sure to bring your own container to transport berries home.
Schultz Fruitridge Farms, Inc. | 60139 C.R. 652, Mattawan | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Schultz farms offers U-pick blueberries beginning in July and lasting through mid-August. They also offer U-pick grapes, peaches, and cherries. Peaches, asparagus, corn, apples, and squash are also available in the market.
Sterling Acres Blueberry Farm | 6265 East QR Ave, Scotts
What You’ll Find: Sterling Acres is a family run blueberry farm located in Scotts. The farm usually opens in mid to late July for U-pick blueberries. The hours vary, so make sure to check for updated information or call the hotline at 269-207-7066.
Leduc Blueberries | 37146 30th Street, Paw Paw| Facebook
What You’ll Find: While not a U-pick location, Leduc Blueberries has been a staple in the Paw Paw community since 1955. The popular spot sells already-picked strawberries and blueberries once they are ripe and ready from their farm.
Hunt’s Hillside LLC | 27867 66th Avenue, Lawton
What You’ll Find: Hunt’s Hillside LLC is a family-owned and operated farm that offers U-Pick and pre-picked red raspberries beginning mid-July – September. Call 269-624-6513 for updated information.
Cherries, Peaches and Other Fruit
Fruit Acres Farm Market & U-pick | 3452 Friday Road, Coloma | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Fruit Acres Farm is a 230-acre family-owned farm offering U-pick black sweet cherries, Rainier sweet cherries and sour pie cherries in late June and U-pick peaches beginning in August. Fruit Acres Farm Market has a picnic area with a playground so the family can enjoy the entire day at the farm.
Overhiser Orchards | 6405 109th Avenue, South Haven | Facebook
What You’ll Find: Overhiser Orchards offers picked and U-pick fruit. The U-pick season starts with Sweet and Tart Cherries in early July, followed by apricots and peaches. Later in the season your family will enjoy picking pears and plums (early September) and Apples (mid-Sep-Oct).The Orchard has a small animal barn petting zoo area, hayrides, and donuts.