There are some strawberry u-pick farms in Florida open during the entire season (December – April). However, commercial farms do not open their fields to u-pickers until the end of the season, which is usually in April depending on the weather. Please check availability below.
Farms Open for U-Pick:
Mid-March is Berry Bay Farms’ U-Pick season usually begins. They will allow the public to pick their own strawberries in March. Please check their website or you can call their office at (813) 642-9866 for more information.
No need to schedule an appointment. Just come out to the farm, once the fields have opened for u-pick, and they will greet you at the gate.
Berry Bay Farms is solely owned by Marvin and Linda Brown. They have been in the strawberry business since 1978 and have been involved with several more farms and 2 cooler/sales companies.
If you have any further questions, please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5135 Bonita Drive
Wimauma, FL 33598
As a rule of thumb, Favorite Farms is generally open for U-Pick in mid to late March. The weather and market conditions determine when they are open.
Please check the website or you can call their office at (813) 986-3949 for more information.
10070 McIntosh Road
Dover, FL 33527, USA
JG Ranch U-Pick Strawberries
JG Ranch is owned and operated by Joan and George Casey. They are now open Thursday through Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM. If you have any questions visit their website at www.jgranch.com or call their office at (352) 799-0556.
17200 Wiscon Road
Brooksville FL 34601
Sewell Farms is located in Plant City, Florida. They are open for the 2nd year in a row! This year, they are open Fridays 3/17 and 3/24, Saturdays 3/18 and 3/25 and Sunday 3/26.
5008 Sydney Road
Plant City, FL 33567
Helpful U-Pick Tips:
- Dress comfortably. Wear loose fitting clothing.
- Wear a hat or cap and bring sunscreen.
- Bring your own containers.
- If you plan to spend the day, take ice to keep berries cool.
- Select only firm ripe berries.
- Be careful not to remove the tops of the berries.
- Make an effort to pick every ripe berry on each plant rather than jumping from plant to plant and row to row.