Pick your own season will begin with strawberries.
Other crops we will have for pick your own throughout our growing season are peas, beans, tomatoes, flowers and pumpkins.
Call 905-985-6749 for up-to-date farm information.
Our pick your own crop message is updated for picking conditions and hours open.
Book online for our fun family activities. Great fun to enhance your farm visit and pick your own experience
Picking your own is a harvest-only activity. We discourage sampling in the field as this hand-to-mouth activity can increase the spread of disease.
We have multiple hand-wash stations available for you and request you wash your hands before picking, after visiting the farm animals, eating, and before leaving the farm.
We will continue to minimize touchpoints
- Please do not bring your own containers for picking. Our pick your crops are sold by volume and not weight. Baskets are sold in our farm market. The price of the basket is based on the value of a full basket. The price does not change based on how full your basket is.
- we have a minimum of one basket/box per 2 people to enter our fields
Call before coming 905-985-6749 for an update on picking conditions.
Our farm animals love visitors. Our playground is open and wagon rides are running on weekends from 10 am till 3 pm.
Hand washing is required after visiting the animals and before leaving the farm.
Pick your own crops add a nice hands-on activity that lets you be part of your food's journey from farm to plate.
There are ways to experience the farm. Click here for more information on our activities available.
Our main pick your own crops here at the farm are: strawberries, peas, beans, tomatoes, and pumpkins
Picking your own fruits and vegetables is a fun and fruitful way to spend time with your family on our farm
Call our crop information line at 905-985-6749 for current crop reports
Click here for online booking
Farm visit do’s and don’ts that will make your farm visit great!
Preparing to visit a farm checklist
Call 905-985-6749 for a daily crop updates
Check out the Seasonal Availability Chart below from Foodland Ontario
(we don’t grow everything on the chart but its good to have- it shows you when the various fruits and vegetables grown here in Ontario are available).
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