Somehow it’s already almost July and that means u-pick season is right around the corner. Most u-pick berry farms will reopen the first or second week of July making it a great time to plan ahead for hitting the fields. Here are 17 of the best U-Pick spots you can find near Seattle.

Flowers

Sequim Lavender

Looking to pick something other than food? Well believe it or not you can actually pick your very own lavender in Sequim. If you’re really feeling it you can also check out farm tours or just buy direct from farmers.

Berries (July-September)

Bybee Farms

This farm has been in operation since the 40s and offers 6 strands of Blueberries for pickers to choose from. And they are Stanley, Dixi, Pemberton, Jersey, Blue Ray, and Blue Crop. Did you even know there were that many different kinds of Blueberries? Oh, and they use organic agricultural methods.

Where: 42930 SE 92nd St, North Bend

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farms

This is probably one of the closest Blueberry Farms to Seattle which as you may have guessed also means it’ll be busy. But that being said, people have rave reviews about Larsen Lake Blueberry Farms and its location is accessible.

Where: 700 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA

Biringer Farms

 

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This farm has strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and even tayberries (a mix between raspberries and blackberries). It’s a great farm to visit if you’re looking for more than one kind of berry. Plus you can also check out the farm stand if that’s something you’re into.

Where: 21412 59th Ave NE, Arlington, WA

Mountainview Blueberry Farm

This spot is big. Mountainview has 9 acres of land and 7 different varieties of berries that you can pick. However, Mountainview’s berries are conventionally farmed using IPM. That being said, it’s still one of the more popular spots near Seattle.

Where: 7617 E. Lowell-Larimer Road, Snohomish, WA

Charlotte’s Blueberry Park

For those of you situated in South Seattle, heading down to Tacoma might be your best bet. Try checking out Charlotte’s Blueberry Park which is run by Metro Parks Tacoma. It’s huge at over 3,300 bushes!

Where: 7402 E D St, Tacoma, WA

Olalla U-Pick Blueberry Farm

Gotta love organic. Olalla is another great spot for those of you looking for specifically organic Blueberry farms. You can book your own picking timeslot online closer to the opening season in July.

Where: 12257 Arab Lane Olalla, WA

Blue Dot Farm

Blue Dot is a small family-run farm, they have 9 primary varieties of Blueberries and 7 other varieties, giving you plenty of options. Keep in mind you do need to make an appointment before heading out.

Where: 21010 SE 416th Street, Enumclaw, WA

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Bow Hill Blueberries

Bow Hill also likes to keep things organic and they happen to be one of the oldest if not the oldest family-run blueberry farm in the Skagit Valley. So you can be sure that they know their stuff. Not to mention, they’re the perfect stop on a day trip in the Skagit Valley.

Where: 15628 Bow Hill Rd #4620, Bow, WA

Broers Farms Inc.

If you want certified organic then Broers is the place for you. Not to mention they also have multiple other berry varieties. So you can snag blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and marionberries. Because variety is key.

Where: 18228 Tualco Rd, Monroe, WA

Bryant Blueberries

If you want more variety in berries, Bryant has you covered. Not only do they have blueberries but they also have a hybrid of raspberries and blackberries known as tayberries. They also have boysenberries and currents. So you could say they’re one of the most unique blueberry farms near Seattle.

Where: 5628 Grandview Road, Arlington, WA

Blue Dog Farm

Blue Dog is another farm that takes its organic practices very seriously. They also offer a unique membership program for dedicated u-pickers. So if you want the ability to pick at any time, consider a membership. You’ll still have to pay by the pound but hey that flexibility sure sounds worth it to us.

Where: 7125 W. Snoqualmie Valley Rd, Carnation, WA

Apples (August-October)

Swans Trail Farms

 

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This Snohomish Farm has 5 acres of delicious Honeycrisp and Jonagold apples for you to pick while supplies last. During apple season we recommend getting out there sooner rather than later because you’ll want to have the best selection of available apples.

Where: 7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish, WA

Jones Creek Farm

Now if you want to go really crazy, this farm has over 50 varieties of u-pick apples. Yes 50, so you can truly try them all if that’s something you’re into. But be sure to check their harvest calendar here before you go in case you’re looking for a specific variety.

Where: 32260 Burrese Rd, Sedro Woolley, WA

Curran Apple Orchard

Surprise folks, this Tacoma orchard is actually free! But for that reason, you can expect it to get over picked. However, it’s still worth checking out if you’re going to be in the area. Because who doesn’t love free fruit??

Where: 3920 Grandview Dr. W, University Place, WA

West Valley U-Pick

And if you’re into all things natural, you might want to make the drive to Yakima for West Valley U-Pick. Because they have u-pick available for apples and a ton of other produce options as well. So if you want to go big, go here.

Where: 11901 Zier Road, Yakima, WA

Bellewood Farms

And finally, we have to cap the list with one of the largest apple orchards in western Washington. If you’re wondering, you’ll be looking at about 25,000 trees. So you’ll have a whole lot of tasty trees to pick from.

Where: 6140 Guide Meridian Dr, Lynden

We hope that you get out there and check out these amazing u pick farms. Again please double-check hours before you head out in order to avoid disappointment.