For those who don’t know, it’s officially cranberry season, which means cranberry farms across the province are in their prime. In Langley, Riverside Cranberry Farm is looking as stunning as ever, and is offering harvest tours until mid-October. Let’s get into it.

The harvest walk is a self-guided tour around the perimeter of the field being actively harvested. Visitors can see the beater machine hard at work, and even see the cranberries being pumped off the field.

And if you want to get up close and personal with the cranberries, the farm is also offering something called a “cranberry plunge.” Basically, visitors can suit up and wade through the field of floating cranberries themselves! Talk about a fun photo op.

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You can also check out the antique cranberry cleaning equipment and learn about its fascinating history in their fruit packing room.

So, if you’re in the Fort Langley area grabbing brunch or hitting up a pumpkin patch in the next couple of weeks, definitely consider stopping by “The Bog” for a unique fall experience – as well as stock up on fresh farm cranberries before Thanksgiving! 

Tickets are available on select dates by pre-booking online only. Navigate to the tour dates section and reserve your spot!

Riverside Cranberry Farm 

When: Open until Monday, October 10th
Where: 26885 88th Avenue Langley
Cost: $14.28 to $43.45