Pick-Your-Own Blueberry Farms Near Orlando
During April and May, several blueberry farms around Orlando welcome guests to pick buckets of berries while enjoying a family day outdoors. Many of these farms also offer additional fun activities such as sunflower picking, playgrounds, tractor rides, and more.
Be sure to mark your calendars for the annual Mount Dora Blueberry Festival, taking place April 24-25. Many of these farms will be onsite with freshly picked berries and fresh blueberry products.
If you come across this page in the months of December-March, blueberries might not be ready yet but there are plenty of local strawberry farms to visit.
While we try to promote safe activities that occur outdoors or with social distancing guidelines in place, please keep your family and others safe by wearing a mask and maintaining appropriate distance. If you arrive at an event that appears too crowded, try using the “nearby” search feature on our event calendar to find something else to do.
Pick blueberries and enjoy farm fun at Atwood Family Farms. Photo courtesy of Atwood
U-Pick Blueberry Farms Near Orlando
1. Atwood Family Farms–Eustis
The 2021 u-pick season at Atwood Family Farms beings April 3. Operating hours are Wednesday-Friday from 10am to 4pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 9am to 5pm. Enjoy fresh blueberries, outdoor games, and a brand-new kid's tractor climb and playground. Only credit or debit will be accepted this year (no cash).
2. B&G Rucks U-Pick Blueberries–St. Cloud
B&G Rucks is a family-owned farm opening soon. U-pick blueberries are $3.50 per pound, cash only. Fresh local honey is also available for purchase.
3. Beck Brothers Blueberries–Windermere
This blueberry farm near Orlando will be opening soon for the season. Keep an eye on the farm’s Facebook page for updates.
4. Blue Bayou Farms–Yahala
Blue Bayou Farms offers organic blueberries for u-pick. The farm typically opens in late April. Visit the farm’s website for updates. Pre-picked blueberries are available for purchase.
Blueberries are available for picking in mid-April at Blueberry Hill Farm. Photo courtesy of the farm
5. Blueberry Hill Farm–Clermont
Blueberry Hill Farm is open for u-pick. Organic blueberries are available at $7 per pound. Operating hours are Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 9am to 4pm. Conventional blueberries will be available for picking by approximately mid-April. Sunflowers will also be ready in early May.
6. Chapman’s Berries–St. Cloud
This St. Cloud blueberry farm is open as of April 1. Be sure to check the farm’s Facebook page before heading out, as hours vary depending on crop availability.
7. Ever After Farms–Mims
Ever After Farms will be opening the second week of April, weather permitting. Guests can choose from traditional u-pick or order online for curbside pickup. In addition to berries, families can enjoy a petting zoo with mini-animals and Blueberry Express tractor rides.
8. Far Reach Ranch–Tavares
Blueberry season 2021 at Far Reach Ranch kicks off the first weekend in April. U-pick hours are Saturdays from 9am to 5pm and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Curbside pickup is also available on Wednesdays from noon to 5pm and Saturdays from 11am to 3pm. Honey and jams are available for purchase as well.
9. Irv’s Sweetberry Farm–Apopka/Sorrento
Irv’s Sweetberry Farm offers fresh blueberries for picking. The farm opens for the season on April 12. Check the farm’s Facebook page for hours of operation.
10. King Grove Organic Farm–Eustis
Pick organic blueberries at King Grove Organic Farm, located north of Orlando. Keep an eye on the farm’s website for updates and 2021 opening day.
11. Lake Catherine Blueberries–Groveland
The 2021 blueberry season at Lake Catherine opens soon. The farm hosts a Blueberry 5K and Healthy Living Festival on April 10.
12. Southern Hill Farms–Clermont
U-pick blueberries are available now through May 2021 for $5 per pound. Other activities include u-Pick sunflowers, a covered playground barn, yard games, and sweet treats. On the weekends guests can enjoy a Blueberry Express double-decker harvester tour, farm wagon rides, food trucks, and live music.
Kids can pick berries and enjoy the farm playground at Tom West Blueberries. Photo by Charlotte Blanton
13. Tom West Blueberries–Ocoee
Tom West is open for the season as of April 1. Several varieties of berries are available for u-pick at a price of $5 per pound. Hours of operation are Tuesday-Sunday from 9am to 5pm. Kids can enjoy a bounce house, swings, and basketball. Blueberry muffins and blueberry popsicles are available for purchase as well.
Blueberry Picking Tips
- Call or check each farm’s website or Facebook page before visiting as operating days and hours depend on crop availability and weather.
- Depending on how far the farm is from home, bring a cooler to preserve berries for the return trip.
- Some farms might require facial coverings when social distancing cannot be maintained. Bring face masks to be prepared.
- Instruct children to only pick berries that are ready so that others have time to ripen.
- Bring sunscreen and/or a large hat for sun protection.
- Closed-toed shoes are suggested.