Pick-Your-Own Daily Update

Pick-Your-Own will be open on Thursday, July 18th from 8:00a.m. – 3:30p.m.
*NOTE – on days that are above 90 degrees, we will likely close PYO at 1:00*

Please note our new policy: ALL types of bags (except diaper bags) are now prohibited in the Pick-Your-Own Fields. Thank you for your understanding.

Weaver Road Entrance – Gate 2 for all Pick-Your-Own!

Raspberries – Yellow, Orange, Red & Black Raspberries are open with limited picking

  • Pint $8, Quart $14

Blueberries

  • Quart $11, Bucket $46. Buy two quarts or buckets, get the third (same size) FREE!

Blackberries – Ouitchia and Ponca varieties available

  • Quart $11.00, Bucket $46

Peaches & Nectarines – Sugar May (white) peaches & Sentry & Silvergen (yellow) peaches are available. Jade & Silver Gem (white) nectarines available and EasternGlo & Avalon (yellow) nectarines available.

  • Bucket (approx. 7 lbs) $18, Peck Box $29, 1/2 Bushel Box $45

Donut Nectarines – donut Nectarines available.

  • Quart $8, Bucket $2

PYO Rewards CardPurchase a PYO Rewards Card for $10 to receive 10% off ANY crop ANYTIME you come back to pick for entire 2024 season! Must be purchased up in PYO.

Coming Soon….

Approximate Crop Ripening dates:

  • Freestone peaches: Approx. July 18
  • Yellow Nectarines –   Approx. July 12/13
  • Sunflowers – August
  • Apples – mid July through October
  • Honeycrisp apples – early August  
  • Pears – mid August

Finished/Not Available….

Crops that are finished for the season:

  • Jubileum Cherries – finished
  • Sweet Cherries – finished
  • Sour (Montmorency) Cherries – finished
  • Apricots – not available
  • Sugar Plums – finished
  • Strawberries – finished

Cherries

Pricing

Dark and Yellow Sweet Cherries:

Quart: $12

5 Quart Bucket: $49

Tart Cherries:

Semi Tart Jubileum Cherries:

Quart: $12

5 Quart Bucket: $49

Season

Mid-June.

Picking Tips

  • For dark sweet cherries, darkness is the true key to getting a ripe cherry. The darker they are, the sweeter they will be.
  • For yellow sweet cherries, you want to pay special attention to the rosy cheeks of the fruit. Rosy cheeks mean ripe fruit.
  • Many of the really dark cherries can be found high up in the trees. If you brought your own ladder, feel free to use it. If not, please do not pull on the limbs as this will damage our trees. Young trees are not very thick and can snap easily!
  • Keep stems on the fruit you pick—this makes them last longer.

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