Visit the U-Pick Farms in the Yakima Valley
Slow down your fast pace and stroll through the shade of an orchard, picking fruit as generations of families have done before. Irrigated since 1889, the Yakima Valley is a prime agricultural area with 5 distinct AVA’s (wine growing regions). Yakima Valley’s irrigated high desert volcanic soil produces both scenic beauty and bountiful crops with a harvest schedule stretching from April through November. The Yakima Valley has the largest variety of crops in the Pacific Northwest.
Blackberries Jubilee grows three varieties of Evergreen Blackberries, so we have berries from early July though the first hard frost. They are fun to pick! so come with plans to fill a few buckets! All ages are welcome! Bring your own containers to carry them home, or purchase some from us, or we can just put them in plastic bags.
600 Arrowsmith Rd • Sunnyside, WA 98944
(509) 830-0689 • Like Blackberries Jubilee on Facebook
All Natural U Pick
We have a family friendly U-Pick Fruit and Veggie business. We have ample room bus parking. We offer toys for children as well as picnic areas for everyone to enjoy. We have cherries, apricots, peaches, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, apples, pears, plums, pluots, pumpkins, basil and squash. We are open everyday from July 1st until October 20th. In addition to U-Pick we will also pick your fruit and veggies for you.
All Natural U Pick
11901 Zier Road • Yakima, WA 98908
(509) 945-5406 • allnaturalupick.com
Bill’s Berry Farm
Bring your family to Bill’s Berry Farm in Grandview, WA for a day of ‘Farm Fresh Produce and Family Fun’. A family owned and operated u-pick farm, we offer several varieties of Sweet Cherries and Organic Blueberries in June and July, and Apples, Pumpkins, Squash and Decorative Gourds in September and October. For added fun in the fall, buy a box of our juicy apples and Squeeze Your Own Fresh Apple Cider on our presses. Or, get lost in our 7 ˝ acre Barnyard Mystery Corn Maze while trying to figure out who kidnapped Farmer Bill! Enjoy the beauty of our rural setting while relaxing in the shade of the large trees in our beautiful park and picnic area. And laugh along with the kiddos while they play in our tree fort and tractor play grounds.
Annual Festivals and Events:All Festivals listed below have FREE Admission. Available on most festival days: BBQ, Hot Fresh Donuts, Barnyard Train rides, Pony rides, Live Music and Hayrides.
Cherry Festival held the last Friday & Saturday of June 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Blueberry Daze Festival held the first Friday & Saturday in July 9a.m. to 5p.m.
Apple and Pumpkin Festival held the last two Saturdays in September and all Friday and Saturdays in October 10a.m. to 5p.m.
Christmas Trees on the Farm is Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend and the following two Friday and Saturday. 10 a.m- 7 p.m.
To get to the Farm: From I-82 take exit 75 and turn NORTH, away from Grandview. Go 1/4 mile and take the second LEFT onto North County Line Road. Go 3 1/4 miles and turn LEFT in to the gravel drive.
Bill’s Berry Farm
3674 N. County Line Rd. • Grandview, WA 98930
(509) 882-3200 • billsberryfarm.com
Same Family, Same Location since 1904. Visit us at our 1916 fruit packing warehouse and sample our signature crop, tree ripened cherries. Purchase cherries, sorted, washed and packaged, orchard run or u-pick. For u-pick we furnish picking harnesses and buckets. No ladders are necessary. Gift boxes for shipping also available.
Open: Monday - Saturday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm and Sunday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Nine blocks west of 40th Ave. on Summitview Ave.
The Little Bake Shop at Johnson Orchards is open every Friday & Saturday. We will have fresh baked pies, tarts and cookies available to purchase in the warehouse. Special orders are welcome.
4906 Summitview Ave. • Yakima, WA 98908
(509) 966-7479 • johnsonorchardsfruit.com
Washington Fruit Place at Barrett Orchards
Take part in a tradition that has occurred annually for over 150 years in the Yakima Valley; harvesting fruit and preparing it for market. This unique experience places you alongside the family of a four generation working orchard, picking tree-ripened fruit. Don’t miss this unforgettable opportunity that includes lunch and day experiences available. Call the Barrett’s at (509) 966-1275.
Cherry Festival July 7, 2012 with u-pick cherries, hayrides, pie eating contest, pit spitting contest, fresh chocolate covered cherries and picnic area.
When To Pick! Cherries: June 28 - July 10, Peaches: Aug. 15 - Sept. 2, White Peaches: Aug. 15, Nectarines: Sept. 5 - 15, Fuji Apples: Oct. 16 - 25
How to get there: Take exit 31 off I-82, 40th Avenue exit off Hwy. 12. Turn right on Powerhouse, left on Pecks Canyon Road to 1209 Pecks Canyon Road. Located ˝ mile from Fred Meyer.
Washington Fruit Place at Barrett Orchards
1209 Pecks Canyon Road • Yakima, WA 98908
(509) 966-1275 • www.treeripened.com
Imperial's Garden is a family run farm and produce stand that offers a large selection of the Yakima Valley's finest produce. Not only can people shop for farm fresh produce grown at Imperial's Garden but they can be part of the experience and u-pick during harvest season.
Families are welcome to spend the day playing around this traditional family farm. The farm is open 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. during harvest season, hours are subject to change.
How to get there: Get on 1-82 East/US 97 South. Merge onto US 97 South at Exit 37 toward Goldendale/Bend Oregon. Turn right on Lateral "A".
2701 Lateral "A" • Wapato, WA 98951
Thompson's Farm Market
The Thompson Farm and Market opens their doors to families looking for gifts and fresh fruit during harvest time. The market is open from May 1 - November 1 and sells their own tree-ripened fruit as well as local produce, cider, jams and gifts. Visit their old fashioned soda fountain or enjoy wines from their tasting room. Ask about farm tours. Box lunches are also available.
Cherry Harvest at the Family Farm June 25th - July 16th, 2011 (bing, rainier, pie cherries).
Peach Harvest at the Family Farm August 15th - September 15th, 2011 (large variety of peaches with wagon rides to the trees on the weekends).
Pumpkin Patch at the Family Farm every weekend in October with famous pumpkin cannon, hayrides, farm animals, u-pick and u-select apples, cornstalks, squash and gourds.
Thompson's Farm Market is located in Naches on Hwy. 12 across from Slim’s Market.
The Family Farm is located on the Old Naches Hwy. From Hwy. 12 in Naches, turn North on Schafer Avenue, travel about ˝ mile to the Old Naches Hwy. Straight ahead is our driveway.
9535 Old Naches Hwy. • Naches, WA 98937
(509) 653-2848 • thompsonsfarm.com
Bella Terra Gardens
Come to Bella Terra Gardens and pick all of your favorite produce. Crisp lettuce, crunchy radishes, fresh sugar snap peas. Oh my, what about the berries, strawberries, black berries, raspberries and blueberries are available in their season. We are in the process of transitioning to becoming organic!. Stroll through our herb garden, bring a picnic; come play in the fresh air and sun. Did I mention our Heritage barn where you can purchase the wares of local craftspeople and artists. Find a cookbook, share a recipe, meet the "Garden Ladies". Yes, we have a farm animals too. Bring the kids to see the goats, Babydoll sheep and chickens.
By appointment during the week we provide hay rides, fruit packing warehouse tours, and tours for school children and clubs. Want to rent the barn for your family reunion or special summer event? Contact us at (509) 865-4554.
We are open every week-end
April thru November, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
How to get there: Take exit 50 off I-82 and head toward Buena. At the stop sign turn Right onto Old Yakima Valley Highway. Now turn left on Barbee Road and then left on Bella Terra Road. We are at the corner of Bella Terra Road and Highland Drive.
Bella Terra Gardens at Rosehill
660 Bella Terra Road • Zillah, WA 98953
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