U-PICK Visitor Guidelines

When you visit our Berry Farm, please remember this is a working farm, and you’ll want to make sure your family is prepared for the visit. Your safety and comfort are important to us, so here’s a few tips to help you get the most out of your visit.

Please wear proper shoes and clothing for picking.

We recommend you bring the following items with you when visiting our farm, especially if you are bringing young children:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hats
  • Hand wipes
  • Comfortable, close-toed shoes
  • You might also consider bringing a cooler and some ice to keep any items you purchase cool on the way home. Please leave your cooler at your vehicle — you will not be allowed to take it with you to the picking areas. 

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Farm Rules

  1. Due to health and safety reasons, we ask that you leave your pets at home.
  2. If you have health reasons that wouldn’t allow you to pick, we offer pre-ordered and picked berries.
  3. We are a family-friendly farm. No obscene language or aggressive behavior will be tolerated.
  4. No drugs or alcohol allowed on the premises.
  5. Be courteous and considerate to others picking.
  6. Be gentle to the plants when picking.
  7. Dress modestly and appropriately for the task you’re doing.
  8. All Children under 12 must pick with an adult.
  9. No walking between plants

Safety Policy

While visiting our farm your safety is important to us. Our goal is for your visit to our farm to be a well-rounded experience of farm life for you and your family. We keep the areas between the rows of berries and walk ways groomed to avoid the obvious hazards that come with farm life. However, there may be hazards not highly visible; such as mole holes, trenches, rocks, bee/wasp nest in the plants. To insure you have the best experience possible there’s a few things that we will require from you during your visit.

  • Stay on all identified pathways
  • Don’t cross between plants
  • Use hand rails when available
  • Watch for any unstable footing areas
  • No unsupervised Children picking or in play area
Strawberry plant

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