Welcome to Harvold Berry Farm U-pick
We ask that anyone that feels ill to stay home and not come to the farm
When driving into the farm drive SLOW as there are people walking in the parking areas and driveway
Containers or boxes are provided for picking and to take berries home in. If you bring own carrier we will need to weigh before picking
We will show you where to pick just look for person with orange flag, once you have your box and carrier
No reservation required
Children allowed and MUST remain with adults at all times
NO running in fields
NO throwing any items
NO pets allowed in field
Please leave pets at home as it can get extremely hot in vehicles.
Credit Cards preferred with $5.00 minimum to use card
Strawberries: Closed for season
(picking generally starts around Fathers Day)
Raspberries: Closed for season
(picking generally starts around July 5th)
Green beans: Closed for season
Cucumber pickling: Closed for season
Sweetcorn (prepicked): Closed for season
(Late summer into fall)
Pumpkins: Closed for season
Please see below for status of open days as it is variable due to availability of ripe berries.
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Closed Sunday's and July 4th.
Green Bean - Jaguar variety
Harvold Berry Farm was started in 1955 and continues as a family farm growing strawberries, raspberries, sweetcorn and sunflowers. We will be adding in additional u-pick crops check back often for more information.
Our farm is U-pick and ready picked sweetcorn; you will not be gleaning behind commercial pickers. Take home containers provided at no charge. Strawberry varieties are Puget Crimson and Mary’s Peak. Raspberries variety is Tulameen. Children are welcomed when with adults. No pets allowed in fields.
Harvest Time for strawberries is mid-June through first week of July. Raspberry harvest approximately first week of July until mid-August. Strawberries are usually very plentiful; raspberries are often picked out early in the day. Arrive in morning or check Facebook before you drive out. Sweetcorn is ready picked that morning for purchase at farm stand on farm.
Our farm is not organic; however, we use the mildest, least toxic products that we can in order to achieve a good, healthy crop. We adhere to all USDA guidelines, rules and regulations.
If you want to know more about what chemicals we may be using go to WSU Extension website and search for type of crop.
Credit, Debit, and Cash, no checks (card preferred)
For current status go to facebook/harvoldberryfarm
Contact us at Harvoldberryfarm@gmail.com