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2022 Hours
 We can't wait to open for our 2022 season! Looks like opening day will be right after the 4th of July!  
 

-Closed Mondays-
Tuesday:    9am - Noon
                       & 5pm - 8pm                    for Music Night!  
Wednesday:  9am - 4pm
     Thursday:   9am- 
8pm 
Friday:     8am - 6pm
Saturday: 8am - 6pm
Sunday:   8am - 4pm


Please Note: We will be closed if it is rainy or thunderstorming. Please call ahead or check online if the weather is questionnable. 
 
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LIVE MUSIC NIGHTS

Our First Music Night of 2022 will be on Tuesday July 12th with the bagpipes! 
 
Please remember dogs are not allowed. Bring your own picnic and drinks. 
CONDITIONS

 

Our 2022 blueberry crop looks like it will be a great one! We will announce our opening date in the next week or so. Looks like the berries will be ripe shortly after the 4th of July! (updated on 6.22.22)
We are all done with curbside pick-up of picked flats of blueberries
for this season!  Thanks for your orders!
 
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2021 Pick Your Own Guidelines  
  •  We follow CDC and Vermont state guidelines, as our farm is entirely outdoors, masks are not required. Thanks for getting vaccinated!
  • Upon arrival, check in at the stand and get containers. 
  • We continue to charge for blueberries by the quart at $7/quart and our PYO trays are $1. You are welcome to bring your own quart containers and trays.
  • Follow directions to the field and your assigned row. 
  • We have a couple picnic tables available for use on a first come, first served basis and you are welcome to picnic in the blueberry fields as well. 
  • After picking, check out at the stand. We accept cash (preferably exact), checks, or credit cards. 
  • We have a couple port-a-lets available if needed, please disinfect or wash hands after using and before re-entering the pick your own fields.
  • *As always per state regulations, please remember that your furry friends are not allowed at the farm.