Pick Your Own is over for the season – It’s freezin out there
We’re looking forward to next year
We start our pick your own season with strawberries, usually around mid June.
Our main pick your own crops here at the farm are: strawberries, raspberries, peas, beans, tomatoes and pumpkins.
Picking your own fruits and vegetables is a fun and fruitful way to spend time with your family and friends on our farm
Check in early June and call our crop information line 905-985-6749 for current crop reports
Farm visit do’s and don’ts or “Farm Etiquette”
We welcome you as a guest on our farm. Please respect any rules and signs displayed.
Leave your pets at home please. We have animals on the farm as well as a lot of children at times. Service dogs permitted.
Please park your vehicle in designated areas only.
For your own safety, visit only identified areas. You are visiting a working farm and a business. There are areas off limits due to safety concerns.
Please keep an eye on your children to ensure a fun, safe visit.
Keep closed gates closed and opened gates open.
Dispose of garbage in receptacles. It’s best if you have a litterless visit.
Always wash your hands after touching any animals. Remember farm animals are domesticated, not tamed.
When in our PYO fields, a small amount of sampling is allowed, but please do not overindulge in the crops that are available. Our crops are the our livelihood and we only get paid when we sell them.
Have fun on your adventure here in the country. Staff are ready and willing to help.
Preparing to visit a farm checklist
Call ahead or check the web site to sure the variety of fruits, vegetables and/or other specific products you want are ready and available.
Morning and evening are cooler and more comfortable if you are picking your own produce.
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes appropriate for the weather conditions. Rubber boots may come in handy. Don’t forget the sunscreen, hand sanitizer and bug repellent.
Bring a cooler with ice packs for perishable items such as meat and ice cream.
Always remember to wash your hands before handling food especially if you have been in an animal display area.
Take your camera. There will be lots of opportunity to capture some great memories.
We try to keep the farm clean and litter free. Outside food is not permitted. Snacks are available in our market.
Our admission fee helps us offer clean and safe areas to visit on the farm and some fun activities. Our farm animals and play areas are admission areas and require a wristband to enter. These may be purchased in our market.
Be clear on your directions. Google does not always work correctly. Look for us in Greenbank or Scugog. check out our hours and location.
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).
Service minded? – Check out our Giving Garden