Welcome to Harvold Berry Farm U-pick
2020 Season Covid 19 Guidelines
We ask that anyone that feels ill to stay home and not come to the farm,
All customers are to wash or sanitize their hands before entering the fields,
Social distancing practices are to be maintained
No large groups
Credit Cards preferred
Mask are encouraged and will be required at time of checkout
Containers provided for picking
Strawberries: Closed for 2020 Season
Monday - Saturday: 8am-8pm
at 7701 Carnation Duvall Rd NE
May close early if picked out.
Raspberries: 2020 Season we have been very busy and are only open Tuesday and Saturdays at 8 am until picked out (see link below). We will update Facebook when we are picked out and any other days we are open depending upon berries available.
Suggest coming at the time we open to guarantee an opportunity to pick.
Days are variable check Facebook for most current information.
at 5207 Carnation Duvall Rd NE
Closed Sunday's and July 4th.
Check Facebook for the current status of berry picking as hours are subject to weather and availability of ripe berries.
The seasons are variable but generally, strawberries start in early June and raspberries starting in early July.
About Harvold Berry Farm
We want our customers to have a good experience with easy to pick, plentiful berries. Our farm is U-pick only; you will not be gleaning behind commercial pickers. Take home containers provided at no charge. Strawberry varieties are Shuksan and Puget Crimson. Raspberries are Tulameen. Children welcome 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 early or check facebook before you drive out.
Credit, Debit and Cash, no personal checks. (card preferred)
Closed Sundays & July 4th.
You can get more up to date information on facebook/harvoldberryfarm
Hours and open days vary throughout the season, check posts on facebook/harvoldberryfarm.
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.