U-Pick Berry Farms of Oregon

U-Pick berries

Kate Brown

Summer is one of the best times to visit local farms and pick up some fresh produce. Right now, berries are in season and picking them fresh not only supports local businesses, but you get better produce as well. Here is a list of places around Oregon where you can pick your own berries!

Davis Family Farm: 4380 NE Hwy 20, Corvallis, OR 97330

According to their Facebook page, Davis Family Farm is a family owned farm in Corvallis. They “specialize in unique hanging baskets, farm grown strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, and other fruits and vegetables.” They are open seven days a week, from 9am to 6pm.

Kruger’s Farm: 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 97231

Kruger’s Farm is located on Sauvie’s Island, 12 miles from Downtown Portland. At Kruger’s, not only are you able to pick your own berries, they also feature summer concerts, so you can listen to live music while picking fresh produce. According to their website, they are 150 acres and they feature “local artisan food items,” and u-cut flowers as well. They are open daily from 9am to 8pm, but they ask that if you are going to do u-pick, arrive no later than 7pm.

South Barlow Berries: 29190 S Barlow Rd, Canby, OR 97013  

South Barlow Berries is a family owned berry farm located in Canby, Oregon. According to their website, they have over 20 years of experience in farming. They offer a variety of berries to either do u-pick, or purchase from the farm stand. Additionally, their fields are kid friendly! Monday through Friday, they are open from 9am to 6pm, Saturday they are open from 8am to 5pm, and they are closed on Sundays.

Olson Farms: 22255 SE Borges Road, Damascus, OR 97089

According to their Facebook page, Olson Farms is a “Family Farm that has been growing quality berries and vegetables since 1906.” Recently, for summer, they have been featuring sales on flats of differing fruits, so keep an eye on their Facebook page to see what sales are going on right now! They are open 7 days a week from 9am to 6pm.

Photography by William Felker (via unsplash.com)

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