Looking for U-pick Berry Farms in Pierce County

Updated on May 29, 2010
K.N. asks from University Place, WA
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Seattle & Olympia area would be fine too but it would be great if there were a closer option. I want to take my kids berry picking this summer. I don't think I really care what kind of berries. Maybe blueberries, raspberries or strawberries? What places are good?

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L.L.

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You can get raspberries from Terry's Berries in the Puyallup Valley too. Their farm store is fantastic. In the fall they participate in Harvest Festival. A great activity for the whole family.

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D.P.

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P. Farms in Puyallup, just off River Road at 66th Avenue East, is one of the only farms in our area that offers u-pick opportunities during their strawberry harvest. Call their stand at ###-###-#### to find out when their U-pick is available or email them at ____@____.com can also visit their website at www.pichafarms.com

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L.L.

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You can get raspberries from Terry's Berries in the Puyallup Valley too. Their farm store is fantastic. In the fall they participate in Harvest Festival. A great activity for the whole family.

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E.C.

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Hi K., there's Lindos on Fruitland in Puyallup. Yummy blueberries.....
I think it opens pretty soon.
E.

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J.V.

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Spooners farms. they have some in puyallup and Orting. thats where we go and the kids love it.

K.B.

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I don't know of any places for strawberries in Pierce County. all the ones we called stopped doing u-pick, but if you want Blueberries, Linbo Blueberry Farm in Puyallup opens July 15th for u-pick. You can find it online at www.linboblueberries.com.
Hope that helps and happy picking.
K.

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C.L.

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Hi K.
I know of 2 great places to take kids in pierce county that are u picks..
Linbo blueberry farms in Puyallup...They are open daily starting July 15th here is their website
http://linboblueberries.com
And for Strawberries there is Picha farms in Puyallup off of River Road. They don't have a website that I know of..but I pulled this off of the website
http://www.wwfrf.org/html/markets.htm
Here is their info
Picha Farms -Follow signs from River Road or Pioneer Avenue East, Puyallup. Strawberries, Raspberries, also U-pick. ###-###-####
Hope this helps...I can't wait to start picking with my kids :)

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E.J.

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Check out this website -- it is a list by area of places to get fresh produce including a number of places that are "u-pick" I would recommend Spooner Farms - wonderful strawberries!

http://www.wwfrf.org/html/markets.htm#tacoma

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K.M.

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please let me know what you find.

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A.C.

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We just picked strawberries at Spooners in Olympia - yum. I believe they have a farm in Puyallup too, but according to one website they don't do u-pick there. We pick blueberries at Carr's Organic Blueberry Farm. Here is a website that lists u-pick farms by county.
http://www.pickyourown.org/WAsouthwest.htm

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