During our picking season, we are open Wednesday – Saturday from 8am to 8pm, and Sunday from 8am to 7pm.

Here are a few things to know before coming…

Family Friendly:
Our farm is open to all ages! We encourage families to come and pick together.

There is plenty of parking, even on our busiest days. Handicap parking is available.

Equipment for Picking:
No need to bring your own buckets – we supply two-gallon buckets with bag inserts for you to use. The berries are sold by the pound. After weighing, you are welcome to take the bags home. The weight of the bucket is automatically excluded when weighing. If you plan to pick in your own containers, please have the container weighed before picking, so we can take off the weight of the bucket when weighing.

We have two check-out lines on busy days, so you don’t have to wait, and we accept credit/debit cards, as well as cash or check.

We have a porta-potty available for your convenience.

Service Animals Only:
We love our farm dogs, but they, too, can’t be in the field. Please leave your pets at home, unless they are a service animal. Due to health department regulations, only service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are welcome.

No Smoking Policy:
This is a smoke-free farm.  Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the property.

Please be sure to check our “Farm News” for updates on closures!

Farm News

  • Berries are looking great!
    Who’s excited for the blueberry picking season to start?   The berries are typically ready the first of July! We’re watching them closely and will let you […]


Our farm is located at 18500 NE 182nd Ave. Brush Prairie, WA 98606.

What We Grow



Earliblues are medium to large fruit, sweet taste and juicy texture, also great for baking. These are the earliest berries of the season, the first crop to be picked each summer.



Bluecrop are similar to the Earliblue, but these berries ripen mid-season. Both the Bluecrop and Earliblue are sweet and flavorful, the Bluecrop is slightly larger in size.



Legacy blueberries (we have a couple rows) bloom mid-to-late season. They produce an abundant crop of their own unique, sweet flavor.