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U-pick or picked: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, boysenberries, marionberries; Gravenstein, Macintosh, Melrose apples; peaches, pickles, tomatoes, beans, pumpkins, Concord grapes. Fresh picked: sweet corn, cherries, cots, pears, country crafts and more. Call for availability

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, marionberries, blackberries. U-Pick/Ready Pick. Potatoes, corn, tomatoes beans, broccoli, cauliflower, squash, onions, garlic, etc., call for availability. 5-Acre Corn Maze Sept. - Oct. Pumpkin Patch, free hay rides, kids’ corn maze, pumpkin bowling, hay maze, fall decorations, hand-cut French fries, Octoberfest sausages. Group/School tours welcome, call early to schedule.

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide
Closed for the season, see you next year 2015!

Visit Blueberry Hill Farm website for more information.


Varieties: Blue Crop and Earliblue, Marionberry and Raspberry.

Products and Services : blueberries, marionberries, raspberries

We offer u pick and ready picked strawberries, raspberries, and marionberries; as well as other local produce.  The farm stand is open as of May 28th, 2013.  U Pick strawberries will open Saturday June 1st. Call to hear updates 503.667.4380.  Currently we have:  potatoes, onions, carrots , beats, cabbage, asparagus, garlic buds, and more!

Berries, cherries, fruit, melons, corn, tomatoes, lettuce, pumpkins, honey, garlic, apples, pears & much more. Fresh fruits and vegetables available in season. Call ahead orders taken, canning supplies available

U-pick/we-pick. Strawberries, raspberries, blues, marions, boysens, thornless blackberries, flowers, tomatoes, peppers, honey, pumpkin patch, fall decor items.

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

We are third generation growers of quality grown fruit, centrally located minutes from town, where you can pick your own or purchase ready-pick. If you plan to pick your own, we have acres of strawberry (including Hoods), blueberry and boysenberry fields loaded with fresh berries. We are excited to be opening the harvest season again this year offering the option of u-pick. Small containers are provided and larger ones can be purchased for a small fee, or you are welcome to bring your own.

Products and Services : blueberries, boysenberries, raspberries, strawberries

We are a 5th-generation farm that grows a variety of berries, pears, apples, corn, tomatoes and other produce, local eggs and honey. Our CSA program runs for 20 weeks starting in June. Located north of Hwy 26 off exit 65.

Products and Services : corn, eggs, apples, honey, Berries, pears, tomatoes
Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

Blueberries U-pick.2014 is now officially closed


but for the hard core pickers there is a self serve with scale and envelopes 


thanks for coming out and see you next year


hours 7.00 am till 4.00pm


bring containers


price per pound is $1.00


 


Plently of parking and restrooms
Location is:
Don Smith Tree Farm & Blueberries
22509 S. Stormer Rd
Estacada, OR  97023
503-668-5552


there Are 4 acres , so plenty of berries 

Products and Services : blueberries
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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