Juicy berry-picking farms near Seattle

Here’s where to find that berried treasure in the Seattle area.

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You can’t tell us that freshly picked berries don’t make the best snacks.

Photo by @spirithiker

We’re berry happy (sorry, that was low-hanging fruit) about local summer produce coming.

If you’re looking for u-pick berry farms in the Seattle area, we’ve got eight to satisfy your cravings + some info about what’s in season.

Schuh Farms | 15565 WA-536, Mt. Vernon | Boysenberries, raspberries, Kotata blackberries, tayberries, marionberries, Strawberries and blueberries | This 60-year-old farm also sells pies, milkshakes, and flower bouquets.

Bob’s Blueberry Patch | 17403 SE 244th Pl., Kent | Blueberries | The one-acre blueberry patch is usually in-season until mid-September.

Harvold Berry Farm | 5207 Carnation Duvall Rd. NE, Carnation | Raspberries | This farm is nestled in King County about a 40-minute drive from downtown Seattle.

Bow Hill Blueberries | 15628 Bow Hill Road, Bow | Blueberries | The u-pick season begins for this farm on Saturday, July 29.

Bailey Family Farm | 12711 Springhetti Road, Snohomish | Raspberries and vegetables | The 109-year-old farm offers up the usual u-pick berry options, but also allows visitors to pick their own potatoes, cabbage, peas, and cucumbers.

Biringer Farm | 21412 59th Ave. NE, Arlington | Raspberries, tayberries, blackberries, blackcaps, and blueberries | The family farm also has tours that include a giant strawberry ride, a trolley ride around the farm, and some educational talks for kids.

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm | 700 148th Ave. SE, Bellevue | Blueberries | Grab your u-pick and maybe a bouquet of fresh flowers or two.

Duris Farm | 6012 44th St. E., Puyallup | Marionberries, raspberries, and vegetables | This farm started off as a pickling cucumber farm, but it’s since gone into the sweeter side of produce.

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