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Blueberry farm modesto

To reduce crowds we have moved to a reservation system for fruit picking at this time. We have many appointments available, mornings and Saturdays fill up the fastest and are busiest.

Appointments are limited groups of up to 6 people.
Dates in blue are available. Please choose a date, then a menu of available times on that day will show below the calendar.
We have a large blueberry field, Ventura, Star, SanJoaquin, SuziBlue, Emerald and Jewel are all ripe. When you come to your appointment you will be able to pick any ripe fruit. The strawberry field is small. Monday mornings are usually best for strawberry picking.

When you make an appointment if the time you would prefer is not available put your preferred time in the appointment notes section and we will try to move your appointment if that time becomes available.

A confirmation email will be sent usually within 24 hours. Please read it,
Thankyou for understanding, we look forward to seeing you soon.

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1678 ALBERS RD
MODESTO, CA 95357-1003

Open today until 1:00 PM

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Fruit Picking

Face covering are recommended but not required. The Governors Guidance for Face Coverings exempts “Persons who are engaged in outdoor work or recreation… when alone or with household members, and when they are able to maintain a distance of at least six feet from others.” Our farm is large and you can easily find a row to pick in that no one else is in. Thank you for staying together as a group and staying 6 feet from people not in your group. While in the barn you will need to wear a face covering. We ask that you please not linger in the barn longer than necessary. Blueberries and Strawberries are $3 per pound for what you pick. Tomatoes, peaches, and nectarines are $2 per pound. We accept cash and credit cards, including contactless options such as apple pay and samsung pay, Blueberry season is coming to an end, there are still some TopShelf, BlueRibbon, Jewel, and Legacy to pick. We also have small strawberry and tomato fields you can pick. There are also a couple rows of peaches that are ripe. If you are bringing children, please keep your children with you at all times. Children must be with you in the field, picking in the same row. If children can not abide by this we ask that they stay home at this time. You must wash your hands BEFORE picking. We have sinks outside the barn please use them. Gloves are not a substitute for hand washing. Please leave all personal items in your car. Empty wagons are fine but please no bags, buckets or extra items. We will provide washed and sanitized buckets for picking. At this time we are following strict Food Safety guidelines and eating in the field or in the barn is not allowed. We are not allowing picnics at the farm right now. We do not allow animals on the property, please leave animals at home. Appointments are automatically sets to 5 minutes, you are not limited to 5 minutes. Most people spend about 90 minutes at the farm.

To reduce crowds we have moved to a reservation system for fruit picking at this time. We have many appointments available, mornings and Saturdays fill up th…