Strawberry picking farms have cropped up all over Connecticut. This fruit is the sweetest treat that warmer weather brings to the Northeast, and the easiest berry for kids to easily find and pick. Now that it's mid-June, you can visit one of the u-pick strawberry patches below, and watch the excitement on kids' faces as they hunt for the biggest, reddest berries on the farm.
In 2020, farms have been hard at work to make the PYO experience safe for visitors. The Connecticut strawberry season is short, usually lasting only from early or mid-June to early July, so don’t miss out! Just be sure to call ahead to make sure fields are open and full of berries. Be sure to also visit our Connecticut Farms and U-Pick Guide, where you can find all of the state's best spots for PYO produce, farm-fresh ice cream, and more.