We are finished with our short 2017 strawberry season.  It was an unfavorable year so we apologize if you missed it and hope next year will be better. Thank you to all of our amazing customers. See you for pumpkins! 

Strawberries have been part of this farm’s history since the early 1960’s. Sandy’s brother Jim and his father, George Sr., began by building an acre pond fed by a natural spring and a well. Back then they planted a few acres of strawberries by hand, and each year the business has steadily grown larger to where it is today.


We offer pick-your-own, sold by the pound, and pre-picked, sold by the quart. We are proud to say we use sustainable farming practices with our strawberries and do not apply any pesticides, herbicides, or unnatural fertilizers.  Children are welcome and groups such as day cares can schedule trips by calling the farm.

If you plan on making a visit be sure to bring sunscreen and bug spray just in case.   Dress appropriately for outdoor farm activity.  Keep in mind we do not have any air conditioned buildings and there is no shade in the strawberry field so stay hydrated on a hot day! Also, we love dogs but please keep yours at home.  We accept cash, check, and credit.

The season typically lasts three to four weeks starting around mid June. To be sure you don’t miss the short season and for daily updates during the picking time like our Facebook page