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LOTS OF RIPE BLUEBERRIES AND PEAK SEASON DISCOUNTS! U-PICK 20 LB OR MORE AND GET 20% OFF! BRING YOUR FAMILY, TELL YOUR FRIENDS.
Picked berries will be available Saturday morning 7/2/16 at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market, quantity discounts while supply lasts.
CURRENT U-PICK BLUEBERRY SCHEDULE 6/29/16 – 7/1/16, WEATHER-PERMITTING:
WEDNESDAY (6/29/16) EVENING – 6 PM TO 9 PM
THURSDAY (6/30/16) MORNING – 8 AM TO 12 NOON, EVENING – 6 PM TO 9 PM
FRIDAY (7/1/16) MORNING – 8 AM TO 12 NOON, EVENING – 6 PM TO 9 PM
NEW PICKING SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED AFTER JULY 4 FOR LATER THAT WEEK, WEATHER PERMITTING (tentatively Wednesday and Friday). Reduced rates coming!
We are open for U-PICK only on the dates and times stated. We will only be open if supplies last and weather is suitable. ALWAYS CHECK THIS WEBSITE DIRECTLY BEFORE COMING TO PICK BECAUSE AVAILABILITY AND SCHEDULE MAY CHANGE ON SHORT NOTICE! If you do not have internet access, you may call 540-269-8261 to check availability before coming to the farm.
We expect to offer more picking opportunities soon, to be announced in a future post.
Our blueberries are large and the bushes are loaded! Current price is $4/lb (approx. $3/pint), cash or check only. Pick 20 lb or more and get 20% off! Also, Northland variety reduced to $3/lb.
We supply buckets for picking, but BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS TO TAKE YOUR BERRIES HOME. Wear a hat for protection from sun & insects. Wear shoes and socks.
WATCH THIS WEBSITE for further information about our U-pick blueberries. ALWAYS CHECK THIS WEBSITE BEFORE COMING TO PICK BECAUSE AVAILABILITY AND SCHEDULE MAY CHANGE ON SHORT NOTICE! In addition, weather or demand may reduce supply without any notice, despite our best efforts.
For DIRECTIONS TO THE FARM, see the link on the right side of our website. (Hickory Hill Farm is on Fruit Farm Lane, Keezletown, only 5 miles east of Harrisonburg).
NOTICE: Keep in mind that walking around on a farm or in nature presents possible hazards both natural and human-made. We try to maintain a safe environment but we are not responsible for accidents. Grass is mowed short between rows.