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Best U-Pick Berry Farms Around Seattle, the Eastside and South Sound

Where to pick strawberries, raspberries and blueberries near Seattle

Writer author Allison Holm and family on a ferry in Puget Sound

Published on: June 06, 2023

Best U-Pick Berry Farms Around Seattle, the Eastside and South Sound


Snohomish and Skagit County U-pick blueberry farms

Carpenter Creek Farm, Mount Vernon

Owned by a family that lives in northeast Seattle, Carpenter Creek is a small blueberry farm located just south of Mount Vernon. Stop in for ready-picked blueberries as well as U-pick. Though the farm is not certified organic, it does not use any pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Bonus: Keep your eyes peeled for red-tailed hawks, turkey vultures, bald eagles, tree frogs and other animals.

Find it: 20177 E. Stackpole Rd., Mount Vernon; 360-941-9927

Get pickin’: Blueberries usually come on in mid-July. Be sure to confirm picking availability on the farm’s website or Facebook page. Cash or check only. Bring your own containers.

Bryant Blueberry Farm, Arlington

This farm couldn’t be more kid-friendly. It has a playground, picnic tables and shady spots to sit, rest and eat, plus farm animals. The farm uses sustainable agricultural methods. Besides blueberries, Bryant offers currants, tayberries and raspberries, as well as blackberries, loganberries, boysenberries and many berry products. 

Find it: 5628 Grandview Rd., Arlington; 360-474-8424

Get pickin’: Check the Facebook page or website for more information regarding the upcoming 2023 season.

Mountainview Blueberry Farm, Snohomish

Keith and Janet Stocker’s Mountainview Farm is nestled against a hillside in the Snohomish River Valley, and on clear days one can see all the way to Mount Baker. Dating back to the 1940s, the farm grows eight varieties of blueberries. Blueberry preserves and syrups are available as well.

Find it: 7617 E. Lowell Larimer Rd., Snohomish; 360-668-3391

Get pickin’: Check the website or Facebook page for updates regarding the 2023 season. Buckets provided. They prefer cash but will take cards.

Next: Eastside-area blueberry farms

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