Berry Picking Paradise

Get away from your everyday worries and experience the tradition at...

The Green Barn Berry Farm

Located in central Pennsylvania along the beautiful Susquehanna River, The Green Barn Berry Farm offers a little over thirteen acres of pick your own berry bliss.  Our farm has been family owned and operated since 1954.     

Our berry season kicks off with pick your own strawberries in early June.  The blueberry season lasts the entire month of July.  The black raspberry season will begin around the end of June and continues for 2-3 weeks depending upon the weather. 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.  


  Now picking Blueberries &

Black Raspberries

*We pick rain or shine

*We supply pint boxes free of charge  

*We suggest bringing a bucket along for blueberry picking 


  The strawberry season is coming to a close.  If you are willing to hunt around for that last quart or two the field is open.  

The blueberry season is now underway.  If you would like an ice cream bucket full or two, come on over.  If you would like 50 pounds or more we suggest waiting until July 6, 2015 or later. 

The black raspberry field is open.  There are a nice amount of berries.  We appreciate your understanding as they do go quickly. 



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Two for you, One for the bucket!

Berries, berries, everywhere...

Our farm offers wide open spaces and easily accessible fields to park beside.  Please know that children are always welcome when accompanied by an adult.  We love to see our future customers in action!

Strawberry Fields - 6 acres

Raspberry Fields - 1 acre

Blueberry Fields - 6 acres

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Two for you, One for the bucket