A Little Piece of Farming Paradise
The Green Barn Berry Farm
Located in central Pennsylvania along the beautiful Susquehanna River, The Green Barn Berry Farm offers a little over fourteen acres of pick your own berry bliss. Our farm is family owned and operated. This year we will celebrate our 60th year in operation.
Our berry season starts with pick your own strawberries in early June and continues through July and mid August with blueberries, black raspberries, and blackberries. In late summer we have red raspberries as well.
In the fall we offer pick your own pumpkins, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, and family oriented activities for all ages. Our country market carries seasonal items at this time as well.
For daily updates, please check our Facebook page or call ahead to check on the field conditions as they change each day.
Berry Update as of July 22, 2014:
The blueberries are beautiful and easy picking. They are $1.90 a pound to pick your own. If you would like already picked blueberries they are $3.75 a pint. Please call ahead to place an order as we do not always have them in the store. We will continue to pick blueberries until the end of July.
Open RAIN or SHINE
The black raspberry patch is open but you will have to do some searching to find some. We will pick black raspberries for another couple of days only. They are $2.75 a pint to pick your own. Please know we do not take orders for already picked raspberries.
The blackberries will be ready around the end of July and the red raspberries will be ready in a couple of more weeks.
The strawberry season has come to a close. Thank you all for making it a wonderful one!
(We suggest bringing your own buckets for blueberries yet we have ones here to borrow as well. We supply boxes for raspberries free of charge) Thank you!
*We accept CASH, CHECK, or Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks as forms of payment
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Two for you, One for the bucket!