Looking for a local, pick-your-own farm in Arizona? Scroll down this page and select your region of the state for a list of U-Pick farms in Arizona, sorted by county. Farms offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in green, next to their name (see "What does Organic mean?"). If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website. And if you are looking for a local farm stand, roadside stand, farm market or local farmer's market, see our new website, dedicated to those!
And if you know of farm I missed and want to add it or correct the information, please let me know!
Notes for August 2016:Blueberries and blackberries are ready NOW in most areas; as are peaches, raspberries. tomatoes and corn: See your state's crop availability calendar for more specific dates of upcoming crops. And see our guide to local fruit and vegetable festivals, such as blueberry festivals, peach festivals, tomato festivals and corn festivals.
You may noticed the new appearance to the website! Simpler, cleaner and mobile-friendly! I'm rolling it out, page by page over the next 2 months. Everything is still here; such as home canning and freezing directions. You can access it from the drop down menus at the top of the page or the site search. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to write me!
Click one of these areas (or click on the map further down this page)
Note about berries in Arizona: As far as I know, there is only one
pick-your-own farms for strawberries, raspberries, blackberries or blueberries
in Arizona - see Yuma County. If
you hear of any others that are currently in business,
please let me know!
Comments from a visitor on September 10, 2009: "just a reference to your comments about berries in Arizona. The rim country is literally covered in wild blackberries and I regularly go up every season to harvest to my hearts content. While a little more out of the way, Payson, Pine, Strawberry, and that area up there has lots of creek systems and has blackberries in abundance every single year I've been up there. Likewise, for an easier trek, simply heading up to Sedona into Oak Creek Canyon, you can just park by the side of the road (north of Slide Rock state park) and literally right by the side of the road are acres upon acres of fresh wild blackberries. I typically harvest in the 2nd or 3rd week of August. Likewise, the creek systems near Strawberry has lots of wild strawberries (where the town got it's name) While not a farm, might be worth mentioning."