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Blueberry U-Pick Orchards in Whatcom County, Washington State in 2024, by county

Below are the U-Pick orchards and farms for blueberries that we know of in this area. Not all areas of any state, nor even every state, have blueberries orchards that are open to the public. If you know of any others, please tell us using the add a farm form!

Remember to always check with the farm's own website or Facebook page before you go - or call or email them if they don't have a website or Facebook page. Conditions at the farms and crops can change literally overnight, so if you want to avoid a wasted trip out there - check with the farm directly before you go! If I cannot reach them, I DON'T GO!

PLEASE report closed farms, broken links and incorrect info using the "Report Corrections" form below.

Whatcom County

  • Barbie's Berries - strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries
    7655 Melody Ln, Ferndale, WA . Phone: (360) 384-1260. Open: daily 9 am to 6 pm; Call ahead for fruit availability and orders; The season typically begins early to mid June with strawberries. Click here for a map and directions.
    Barbie's Berries Facebook page. . In July, you can pick all 3 fruits. . Farm Stand; U-Pick; Restaurants & Retailers; Phone Orders. Our family-owned and operated business welcomes your whole family to enjoy a harvest of luscious fruit in a picnic-like setting. Visit our picturesque mini-farm offering U-pick/We-pick . Strawberry harvest starts in June and runs through mid July, Late harvest starts end of July/beginning of August and runs through to labor day weekend. Raspberry harvest starts late June, and runs through late July. Late bearing raspberry begins the beginning of August and runs through Labor-day weekend. Blueberry harvest starts mid July and runs through Labor-day weekend. Blackberry harvest starts mid July and runs through Labor-day weekend. Facebook page.
  • Boxx Berry Farm - blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, flowers, pumpkins
    6300 Northwest Road, Ferndale, WA 98248. Phone: (360) 380-2699. Email: Open: Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm; Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions.
    Boxx Berry Farm Facebook page. . See this page for our crop availability / harvest dates. Typical starting harvest dates are Strawberries June 1; Carrots June 20; Potatoes June 30; Apricots July 15; Flowers June 5; Onions July 15; Raspberries June 30; Blackberries June 30; Nectarines July 20; Peaches July 20; Garlic July 15; Cherries June 15; Blueberries July 5; Green beans July 20; Corn August 15; Cucumbers July 20; Dill July 20. is a family owned and operated fresh market berry farm with strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, plus vegetables. A great place to bring your family for upick berries & flowers, a slice of pie!
    Comments from a visitor on June 28, 2012: "They are not organic or no-spray. just thought the listing should be changed. They do have great berried, just not organic or no spray. thanks! "
    Comments from a visitor on July 25, 2008: "Tidy and neat Helpful"
  • Breckenridge Blueberries - CERTIFIED ORGANIC, blueberries,
    3595 Breckenridge Rd, Everson, WA 98247. Phone: (360) 220-4102. Email: Open: 10am -6pm every day during Blueberry Season, late June through August. Directions: See their website for directions. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only.
    Breckenridge Blueberries Facebook page. . . . certified organic every day from 10-6. Blueberry varieties: Dukes. Bluecrop and Spartan. is a family owned, certified organic blueberry farm nestled against the foothills of Sumas Mountain in Everson. Our 5-acre farm has nearly 3000 blueberry plants that we harvest entirely by hand. Our farm is perfect for U-Picking; our fields are flat, well maintained, and easily accessible. Our family is devoted to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and we love to eat locally grown foods whenever possible. We strive to provide a product on our farm that we are totally comfortable giving to our own children. This is one of the primary reasons that we use organic practices on our farm. We offer U-Pick and We-Pick during the blueberry season. . 2021 U-Pick price is $2.75/pound, and We-Pick will be $3.75/pound. We provide buckets for picking, but please bring your own containers to transport the fruit home. (ADDED: July 16, 2018, Suggested by a visitor) A visitor writes on July 16, 2018: "loved it"
  • Cascade Blueberry Farm - Blueberries
    2667 Willey\'s Lake Road, Custer, WA . Phone: 360-366-5188. Email: Open: Farm Sales, Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Click here for a map and directions. Cascade Blueberry Farm2667 Willey's Lake Road, Custer, WA. . Providing locally grown produce, berries, hanging baskets, veggie starts, ect. Family owned and operated for over 25 years. We have a farm stand on site.
  • Cleaarian Berry Farm - blueberries
    5455 Allison Road, Bellingham, WA . Phone: 360-592-5106. Email: Open: July 4th to mid September, Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, closed on Sundays. Directions: Located west of the Nooksack River on Allison Road, near the corner of Mt. Click here for a map and directions.
    Cleaarian Berry Farm Facebook page. . One acre of in production for 20 years. Road is at the junction of Mount Baker Hwy. and Smith Road Go to the end of of the road and turn left. Also prepicked Boysenberries. U-pick and we pick. Baker Highway and Smith Road, Cleaarian's blueberry season starts around July 10th and runs approximately six weeks. Facebook page. On one acre of land we have three varieties of , Early Blues, Blue Rays and Blue Crops. We offer U-pick or pre-picked berries at the farm itself, and also sell at both the Wednesday market in Fairhaven, and the Saturday market in Bellingham, and both the Bellingham co-ops.
  • Cloud Mountain Farm - raspberries and blueberries, U-pick pumpkin patch
    6906 Goodwin Rd, Everson, WA 98247. Phone: 360-966-5859. Email: Open: 10 am to 5 pm, Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm, Sunday; Fruit Festival is on a weekend in early October; the farm market also open Wednesdays-Sundays, call for information. Click here for a map and directions.
    Cloud Mountain Farm Facebook page. . info@cloudmountainfarm. Festival Admission $4.00 per person, or $10 per carload. An event for the whole family, but please leave the dog at home. Join us in celebrating the fall season! Come experience the farm firsthand with your family and friends and savor the bounty of our region. This family-friendly event features tastings of over 200 varieties of fruits all grown here on the farm. Enjoy live music, kids activities, u-pick pumpkin patch, and local food including ice cream flavors made from Cloud Mountain produce. Your attendance and admission fee support the Center's crop research, community education and new farmer training; thank you! PYO raspberries and blueberries in the summer. Center Facebook page. Directions from I-5 (Bellingham): Take exit 255 (Mt. Baker Hwy). Follow east 8 miles, then take Hwy 9 north at second roundabout. Go 1 mile, turn right on Siper Rd. Follow Siper 1.5 miles to a T; turn right on Hopewell, then left at the stop sign onto Goodwin. We are 1/4 mile north, on the right.
  • Davies Blueberry Farm - Blueberries
    Beard Road, Lynden, WA . Phone: 360-384-1029. Open: Farm Sales & U-Pick, Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Click here for a map and directions. . near Hannegan Road.
  • Eastview Blueberry Farm - blueberries,
    4983 Ferndale Road, Ferndale, WA 98248. Phone: 360-384-3023. Email: Open: Call ahead for hours. Directions: From I-5 North, Take the SLATER RD. Exit 260. Turn left on SLATER RD. Turn right on FERNDALE RD. From I-5 South, Turn right on SLATER RD. Turn right on FERNDALE RD. Farm is immediately on the left \(West\) side of Ferndale Road. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check.
    Eastview Blueberry Farm Facebook page. . From I-5 North, Take the SLATER RD. Exit 260. Turn left on SLATER RD. Turn right on FERNDALE RD. From I-5 South, Turn right on SLATER RD. Turn right on FERNDALE RD. Farm is immediately on the left (West) side of Ferndale Road. Blueberries are usually available in late June, but please call ahead, as every year brings a new season!. Facebook page.
  • Generations Blueberry Farm - blueberries
    2298 Stickney Island Road, Everson, WA 98247. Phone: (360) 966-2600. Open: Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm; We tend to open Mid-July and end about a month later. Click here for a map and directions. . A family run business, generations of our family have lived on our farm, that's where our name comes from. May 2018 prices were U-Pick Price: $0.80/lbs, Fresh Picked Price: $2.25/lbs (ADDED: September 11, 2017, JBS)
  • Grandpa's Farm - Blueberries
    9222 Benson Rd, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 224-4414. Open: Daily, 10 am to 6 pm. Directions: Located on Grover St across from the Lutheran Church or on Berthusen Rd just south of Berthusen Park. Click here for a map and directions. We Pick, U Pick . They also have frozen , in 2020, they were $10/4lb. They also have stands, . Scan our QR code at either location to pay with Venmo.
  • Hannahs Blueberries - No pesticides are used, blueberries, porta-potties, picnic area you may bring your own food
    7870 North Enterprise Rd, Ferndale, WA 98248. Phone: (907) 942-4463. Email: Open: Early July till Early September daylight hours seven days a week. Directions: North enterprise road 1 mile south of Birch Bay Lynden road Big Sign. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. . Alternate Phone: (907) 539-7271. . We do not use pesticides on the crops. Half of the bushes are over 100 years old the other half are over 50. we have many different varieties that ripen at different times. I have owned the farm for over 30yrs and do not use any pesticides ,herbicides or weed killer and never will. The farm is all peat dirt so there is No Smoking, we operate on the Honesty System U-pick U-weigh U put the money in the Honesty Box. The bushes are very large. You can get lost in there, have fun. The 2020 price was $3/lb. (ADDED: January 26, 2020)
  • Home Farm UPick and Events LLC - Strawberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Apples, Pears, Plums, Red raspberries, Yellow Raspberries, Red Currants, Black Currants, plus already picked vegetables and fruit
    8020 Kickerville Rd, Blaine, WA 98230. Phone: (360) 566-2181. Email: Open: Year round farm stand 7 days a week, 8am-7pm; U-pick starts in June . Directions: See their website for directions. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard . . . Bee Camp for kids During the growing season a large variety of berries and vegetablescan be purchased daily at our Self-Serve Farmstand. OUR SELF-SERVE FARM STAND is Open Year-Round, 7 Days a Week from 8am - 7pm Daily. Our Farm Stand operates on the Honor System and your honesty and support are what keep us open. All items are priced in whole dollars so coin is not necessary. All applicable taxes are included in sale prices. We are not available to make change so small bills are recommended. WE ACCEPT U.S. CASH, LOCAL CHECKS & VENMOOur farm stand is locked during non-business hours Approximate, typical harvest dates: Red & Black Currants in June through JulyRed & Yellow Raspberries in June through OctoberStrawberries in June through SeptemberBlueberries in July through SeptemberCherries in June through JulyApples in August through OctoberPears in August through OctoberPlums in September through OctoberVegetables from June through November Zucchini . Green Beans . Snap Peas . CarrotsLettuce . Cucumbers . Dill . Broccoli . Spinach . Garlic Melons . Tomatoes . Fresh Herbs . Squash . Turnips . OnionsBeets . Leeks . Asparagus . Potatoes . Sweet Corn . Pumpkins​Sunflowers and Zinnias in July through October. (ADDED: April 20, 2020, Suggested by a visitor)
  • Hopewell Farms - CERTIFIED ORGANIC, blueberries
    3072 Massey Rd, Everson, WA 98247. Phone: (360) 927-8433. Email: Click here for a map and directions. Hopewell Farms . Dairy, berry and vegetable farm. We are at the Saturday Bellingham Farmer's Market July thru December.
  • Kamm Creek Farm - Uses natural growing practices, blueberries, red currants, black currants, red raspberries, yellow raspberries, strawberries, blackberries
    850 Hampton Road, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: 360-433-7616. Email: Open: Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 9 am to 3 pm; Open other dates depending on whether and crop availability. Directions: We use natural practices, but are not yet certified Organic. Payment: Cash, Check. Click here for our Facebook page. U-Pick Prices in 2020 were: Raspberry and Blackberry U-Pick: $2.50/pound, Blueberry and Currant U-Pick: $1.50/pound, We-Pick: -Fresh and Frozen We-Pick = $4.00/pound. Order pre-picked by calling or texting Hank at 360-815-4360 or email.
    Seasonal Updates: No raspberry U-pick in 2023. (UPDATED: July 12, 2023, JBS) (ADDED: June 18, 2015)
  • Koetjes Blueberries - blueberries, restrooms
    Intersection of Line & Bradley Road, Lynden, Washington, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 319-8481. Open: Call or see their facebook page for hours and availability. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check .
    Koetjes Blueberries Facebook page. . 2017 U-pick at the field will be $1.25 per pound and will be picking the spartan variety! The stand on front street has already picked blueberries. Facebook page. (ADDED: July 17, 2017, Suggested by a visitor)
  • Koskela Blueberry Farm - blueberries, U-pick and already picked, porta-potties are available, picnic area you may bring your own food
    943 Piper Rd, Ferndale, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 734-9509. Email: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm, Open from late July to late August. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. 2 . U-pick and We-pick available. (ADDED: July 18, 2017)
  • Mama's Garden - blueberries, Vegetables
    2600 Valley Hwy, Deming, WA . Phone: (360) 595-2210. Email: Open: July-October, call for hours Farm Stand; U-Pick. Click here for a map and directions.
    Mama's Garden Facebook page. . We are 4 moms committed to growing quality garden vegetables for local families. Come visit our roadside vegetable stand on the east side of Hwy 9 between mile marker 73 and 74. We grow a wide variety of produce with some of the best sweet corn in the valley and a great autumn harvest with lots of pumpkins. Please check here or follow us on Facebook for more information to come regarding u-pick days/hours. Once we are ready we will be posting that information along with the address/location. We will be charging $2lb for u-pick in 2018. In the meantime please feel free to email us with any questions! At their farm stand: VEGETABLES, BEEF, EGGS, BLUEBERRIES, FLOWERS, PUMPKINS. Mamas Garden Facebook page . We grow a wide variety of vegetables, we have our Certified Organic U-pick blueberries, fresh chicken eggs, farm fresh flowers and we raise black angus that is USDA and sold by the cut. Our family farm and stand is nestled in the South Fork Valley of Deming, Wa just north of Acme
  • Nooksack Blueberries - blueberries, Tayberries
    Nooksack, Washington, Nooksack, WA 98012. Phone: (253) 432-2131. Email: Open: late June or early July seven days a week from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm; We have a late variety that extends our harvest to September. Directions: See their Facebook page for directions. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only.
    Nooksack Blueberries Facebook page. . Family run u-pick heirloom blueberries, including Chandler, Blue crop, Stanleys, and six more varieties, in season typically from late June through September. , . Heirloom blueberries transitioning to organic (in 3rd year of transition). We have 9 cultivars (varieties) that ripen throughout the season. The Reka's are the first to ripen, followed by Sparten, Blue Crop, Hardy Blue, Chandler, Brigtta, Legacy, Jersey and finally the Elliott's.(UPDATED: May 28, 2018) (ADDED: May 20, 2018, Suggested by a visitor)
  • Northlyn Farm - Blueberries
    719 Visser Road, Lynden, WA . Phone: 360-354-3246. Click here for a map and directions. , Farm Sales, Monday to Saturday 9:00 to 5:00 pm.
  • Pangborn Farms - blueberries, currants (red), raspberries (red), porta-potties, picnic area you may bring your own food
    2450 Pangborn Road, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 410-7888. Email: Open: 2021 Season begins July 1st; Open dawn to dusk. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Venmo.
    Pangborn Farms Facebook page. . Alternate Phone: (360) 815-2246. . We also sell pre-picked black currants (Many of our customers come to us for these, and say they are hard to find in Washington). We are family friendly and our picnic area includes a free playground for the kids. (UPDATED: January 11, 2022) (ADDED: June 26, 2021)
  • Shumway's Berries Lynden - blueberries, raspberries
    7845 Noon Rd, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 354-5981. Open: dawn-dusk daily. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: cash, check, Venmo or PayPal.
    Shumway's Berries Lynden Facebook page. . Phone: (360) 815-7321. Shumway's Berries Facebook page. From Bellingham, take the Hannegan and turn right on the Abbott Rd. Go two miles and Abbott automatically turns into Noon Rd, go 100 yards and turn right into driveway. Park in the field and follow self-serve directions for picking. U-Pick happens at three different locations in Everson and Lynden. To reduce the costs to our customers, we sell our berries in less packaging and feature self-serve stations at our U-Picks. Thank you for your honesty! Farmers Market; Farm Stand; Phone Orders. Stop by our Mt Baker Hwy stand for our fresh, hand-selected, top-crop strawberries, sun-ripened in the micro-climate of Nugents Corner. Shumway berries are unique, bulbous, juicy and delicious.
  • Smith Farm - No pesticides are used, blueberries, restrooms, picnic area, picnic area you may bring your own food
    2207 Halverstick Rd, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: (360) 410-0941. Email: Open: Typical season is from early July through August; in season, Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm; Saturday and Sunday, from 8 am to 8 pm. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. . Alternate Phone: (360) 988-0901. . Blueberries season is July and August;. We do not use pesticides on the crops. Park behind house on the grass. There is a stand to weigh berries. Also buckets to pick berries in. Please bring containers to bring your berries home. Tall, Mature bushes, No Bending necessary. (ADDED: July 12, 2019)
  • Triple Wren Farms - blueberries, flowers, pumpkins, U-pick and already picked, gift shop, porta-potties
    2424 Zell Rd, Ferndale, WA 98248. Phone: (360) 296-5056. Email: Open: Blueberries: Fridays and Saturdays 10 am to dark, late July to August Flowers: Fridays and Saturdays 10 am to dark, August to September. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check, Venmo, PayPal.
    Triple Wren Farms Facebook page. . At we share beauty by growing dahlia tubers to ship all over the U.S., and through our flower workshops and fresh cut flowers in western Washington state. See the Facebook page for upcoming events and dates. Come walk in our beautiful fields on Fridays and Saturdays in August - September. (ADDED: February 20, 2021) (ADDED: June 16, 2016)
  • Waynoka Farms - apples, blueberries, currants (red and black), pears, raspberries (red), U-pick and already picked, porta-potties are available, picnic area you may bring your own food
    2274 Pangborn Road, Lynden, WA 98264. Phone: 360-354-2717. Email: Open: Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: East on Badger Road. North on Northwood Road. East on Pangborn Road. Stop at 2274 Pangborn Road. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, PayPal, credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, only). . Raspberry season starts late June, and runs through late July. Blackberry season starts late June, and runs through late July. Blueberry season starts mid July and runs through Labor-day weekend. Black currant season starts mid July and runs through Labor-day weekend. ome on down and experience the thrill of picking your own blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and black currants. Bring the kids for a fun and delicious experience they will never forget, . bring the whole family and your friends and neighbors too! Our berry rows are wide, weed free and easily accessible for kids and families. We have the perfect size clean buckets to pick your berries in (easy for kids to handle too). We also have plastic bags to transport your berries home .


Blueberry Picking Tips, Recipes and Information

Blueberries are one of the easiest fruit to prepare and serve. There's no peeling, pitting, coring or cutting. They have few natural pests, (other than birds), so pesticides are generally unnecessary! This year's crop is fantastic (see related news story), thanks both to the weather and to more farms planting more blueberry bushes due to increased consumer demand over the past few years as more studies proclaim the anti-oxidant and other health properties of blueberries.

Click here to find a local Blueberry Festival (usually held between April and July).

If you are looking for information about a similar berry, the saskatoon (also called the June berry or Serviceberry) see this page about saskatoons.

Picking tips:

Select plump, full blueberries with a light gray-blue color. A berry with any hint of red isn't fully ripened.

Ripening AFTER picking?

First, it is key to know that once picked, blueberries will NOT become any sweeter, nor will the flavor improve. The only change that occurs is the color. They will APPEAR to ripen, but it is only a color change, from white to green to rose to red to pale blue to fully blue. So, white and green colored blueberries will not "ripen" after they are picked; while blueberries that have already turned purple, red or blue-ish usually DO change color after they are picked (if they are kept at room temperature to "ripen").

As the blueberries ripen ON THE BUSH, the flavor goes from tastless to bitter to tasteless tart to tart blueberry flavor to sweet blueberry flavor.

Grocery stores sell blueberries that are tart, not sweet because they had them picked unripe by machine so they are very firm and can handled being bumped around in shipping. They may look good, but are not as tasty as those picked when actually ripe.


How to pick blueberries

Since blueberries hang on the bushes in bunches a but like grapes do, the easiest and fastest way to pick them is hold your bucket under them in one hand and with your other hand, cup a ripe bunch and gently rub them with your fingers. The ripe berries will drop into your bucket, while the unripe ones will remain attached to the bush.

When the bushes are at peak, I can easily pick 2 gallons per hour (if I'm not being distracted by the kids and the sun isn't too hot!). A newbie might do 1 gallon per hour.and at the beginning or end of the season it takes more time as the berries are not as plentiful nor concentrated in clusters.

Tips for storing blueberries after harvesting:

  • Once picked, don't place the berries, still warm from the sun, in a closed bag or container. Leave the container open so moisture doesn't form in the container.
  • Don't wash berries until just before using, to prevent berries from becoming mushy.
  • Chill berries soon after picking to increase shelf life. Store your fresh blueberries in the refrigerator as soon as you get them home, without washing them, in a covered bowl or storage container. If refrigerated, fresh-picked blueberries will keep 10 to 14 days.
  • Freeze berries in freezer containers without washing to keep the skins from toughening. Place berries one layer deep. Freeze, then pour the frozen berries into freezer containers. Because unwashed blueberries freeze individually, they can be easily poured from containers in desired amounts. Remember both frozen and fresh berries should be rinsed and drained just before serving. Just before using, wash the berries in cold water.

Blueberry Measurements and Conversions

Keep in mind that blueberries vary considerably in density and moisture content, so these ranges are approximates.

  • 1 gallon of blueberries weighs about 7.5 lbs or (4 liters of blueberries is about 3.5 kg)

  • 1 pint of fresh blueberries weights about 3/4 of a pound. (1 liter of blueberries is about 700 grams)

  • 1 pound of fresh blueberries is usually between about 2 and 3 cups of berries.

  • It takes about 4 cups (about of blueberries to make a blueberry pie (see this fantastic and easy blueberry pie recipe)

  • A normal batch of blueberry preserves, jam or jelly requires 5 pints of berries.

  • Blueberries do come in a variety of sizes from small (190-250 berries per cup) to extra large (<90 berries per cup).

Blueberry Recipes, Canning and Freezing Blueberries


Canning, freezing and other blueberry recipes:

Baking tips

If you have trouble with blueberries settling to the bottom of muffins and blueberry breads, try one or more of these tips:

  • Coat them with flour before adding to the batter. Just gently shake the blueberries in a bag (plastic or paper) with 1/2 cup of flour, then dump them mix in a sieve to remove excess flour.
  • It may just be that your batter is too thin. try making the batter a little thicker!
  • Fill the muffin cups or baking pan up to 1/4 full with batter (which hasn't had blueberries added to it yet); then stir the blueberries into the remaining batter, and continue to fill the muffin cups or bread pan. The blueberries will start off higher in the mix!

Other Local Farm Products (Honey, Horses, Milk, Meat, Eggs, Etc.)
(NOT pick-your-own, unless they are also listed above)