U-Pick

Strawberry Upick Open

Reminder: Upick is closed when it’s raining. Call the store before coming to the farm if it’s been raining to make sure Upick is open @ 360-380-2699.

Raspberry Upick Opens Saturday June 27th


BOXX BERRY FARM U-PICK GUIDELINES

– All visitors must read and sign the Visitor’s Guidelines Sheet
– If you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms of illness please come back another time when you are healthy
– Hands must be properly and thoroughly washed before picking
– Maintain 6 feet of distance between your picking party and other picking parties

– The use of wearing your own face mask is strongly encouraged

 

_  Please keep your children with you at all times
– There is no smoking permitted at our farm
– No eating or drinking in the U-Pick fields; eating is permitted in designated areas only
– Pets are not allowed anywhere on our farm. Please leave your animals at home 
– Please remain in designated picking rows. Please be mindful of where you walk— our crops can be damaged by foot traffic
– Please touch only the berries you plan to pick, and please purchase any and all berries you pick
– Dispose of garbage in the specified trash receptacles
Fresh From Boxx Berry Farm

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Testimonials

Our Clients say

This farm had delicious berries and endless amounts. The blueberries were the only thing in season when we went but they were delicious and kids have fun picking them. They have a nice little indoor store where you can purchase berries as well, just a little more expensive than choosing your own.

Kyla Thyer

Kids as well as all family had so much fun picking berries. The berries were huge and soooooo sweet. It was a fun and memorable experience.

Ruby Puar

Awesome place. I grew up in the country were we used to work on the farm fields while growing as a kids. Boxx Berry made me get back in the past, touch the nature and been stuffed with delicious, sweeeet strawberries.

Oleg Stovik

Boxx Berry Farm provides a wonderful day of relaxation and discovery. Wander through fields of corn, blueberries, raspberries, and more. Stop off in the mom and pop store to purchase homemade berry pies, berry jams and syrups and produce. Well worth the drive to Ferndale.

Janice Talkov

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