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Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

U-cut flowers & veggies, Jack-o-Lanterns & GIANT pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks, fall produce. Fun activities include hayrides, hay maze, animals, picnic areas. Groups welcome, call to arrange. Picnic with a view at our historic dairy farm or have lunch at nearby Rock Creek Tavern. Christmas trees in December. Pumpkins, fresh flowers, squash, gourds, Indian corn, hayrides, Christmas trees.

Season: June-November. Call for hours and availability. U-pick or ready-pick. Bring your own containers. Strawberries, raspberries, marionberries, boysenberries, sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes, peppers, jam, honey, pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds, squash, hay, and straw. Children always welcome on our farm. Hayrides available in October. Please call for directions. Our new website: kochfamilyfarm.com, also has information and maps.


 


 


 

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

We are a U-pick farm specializing in apples, peaches and pears. Peach varieties include: Red Havens, Starfire, Blazing Star, Vivids, Veterans, and few others. We offer Gravenstein apples and Red Clapp and Bartlett pear varieties. We also sell washed and dried hazelnuts & walnuts (in-shell or cracked) in November.


 

Products and Services : apples, hazelnuts, peaches, walnuts, pears
Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

U-pick, bring containers. Apples, cherries (sweet-pie), peaches, prunes, plums, pears, quince.

Products and Services : Other Fruit

U-pick, ready picked farm produce stand. Please call for daily updates. Strawberries, raspberries, blues, marion, boysen, veggies, tree fruits, pumpkins & Christmas trees.

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

Kissed by the sun and blessed by the moon. Certified organic produce. Blueberries, summer vegetables. Lovely grass fields. Please bring containers for u-pick. Ready-pick by advanced order. Location: Between Upper Highland and Butte Rd on Ridge Rd. Watch for our signs.

Products and Services : blueberries

We have many varieties of peaches, plums, nectarines, apples, pears and Christmas trees, when in season. Call for availability and open days


(503) 324-0261.  To preserve our help's sanity, we will be closed at least 1 to 2 days most weeks. 


Hours when open;


                                Currently our hours are 9am-6pm

                                  Normally our hours are as shown below

Blue Bee Farm

U-pick blueberries. Small, family owned and operated, NO SPRAY, all natural, 5 varieties,family friendly. Wagons, picnic tables, and containers available. 3 miles from Sauvie Island Bridge.
Visit our website for more information! www.BlueBeeFarm.net
Instagram: @bluebeeblueberries
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Products and Services : grapes, blueberries, Berries

Farmer-owned fruit stand featuring all our berry varieties picked fresh daily, our own vegetables & cut flowers, plus cherries, peaches, cots, pears & apples. Our own jams & syrups, fall ornamentals, plus our beekeeper’s honey. Located in downtown Boring. Red, yellow, black raspberries, marions, boysens, tays, Olallies, logans, blacks, blues, straws, cots, peaches, cherries, fall raspberries, pumpkins.

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

Come join us at a family owned farm since 1963.  U-pick & we pick available. Please bring containers to take produce home in. Children & Oregon Trail & Senior WIC program welcome. Children can see & touch the farm animals. Guided tours: Schools, birthday parties, pumpkins in patch, etc. May thru Oct by appointment.  Enjoy the shade of the trees while the kids play and have a picnic.  See the panoramic view.

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