Looking for a local, pick-your-own farm in Escambia County, Florida Panhandle? Scroll down this page and you will see the U-Pick farms in Escambia County, Florida Panhandle,
sorted by county. Those that offer 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?").
The U-pick crops they offer follow the name of the farm. To search the page for
a specific crop, use Ctrl-F (or on an ipad or Mac, use their "search on this
page" function) If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined;
click on it and it will open their website. If you find anything outdated or
inaccurate, see the customer and farmer menus (as appropriate) at the top menu bar to submit updates and corrections and help me keep each current!
Pricing information - I am building a pricing guide to help you know what
the typical prices are for each crop.
Remember to always check with the farm's own website or Facebook
page before you go - or call or email them if they don't have a website or
Facebook page. Conditions at the farms and crops can change literally
overnight, so if you want to avoid a wasted trip out there - check with
the farm directly before you go!
And if you know of any farms I missed and want to
add a farm, please let me know!
I'm making updates for this year as fast as I can - if you find
anything out-of-date, wrong or not working -
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website and make improvements!
What's in season in April 2020, and
other timely information:
Notes for April 2020: Spring is here! Strawberry season started in February in Florida, Texas, southern California;
then starts in March along the Gulf coast, April in the Deep South and west
coast, May through much of the country, and June in northern areas. Blueberries are
next, about a month later. Of course, cool weather crops, like Rhubarb,
asparagus and greens should be available almost everywhere. Check your area's
copy calendar (see this page) and call your local farms for
Now, more than ever, going to a farm, being outside, away from crowds, getting fresh, local produce, makes more sense than ever before! It's a fun, safe
and educational to pick some fresh strawberries, blueberries and more, then come back here to learn how to freeze, can, make jam, salsa and much more!
Of course, check with the farm before you go, both to check on crop availability
and make sure that they're open, given rapidly changing state requirements for
businesses and people due to Coronavirus.
It's likely that many Easter Egg Hunts will be cancelled, but check
our companion website to find a local Easter Egg hunt!
Children's Consignment Sales
occur in both the Spring and Fall
See our companion website to find a local
community or church kid's consignment sale!
See these pages to find a local
Strawberry Festival, or a
Cherry or cherry blossom festival
or a Blueberry festival.
We also have
home canning, jam and jelly
making, preserving, drying and freezing directions. You can access
recipes and other resources 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! It is easy to
make your own ice cream,
even gelato, or low fat or low sugar ice cream - see this page. Also note,
there are many copycat website listing U-pick farms now. They have all
copied their information from here and usually do not ever update. Since
2002, I've been updating the information every day but Christmas; so if you see
anything wrong or outdated, please
Escambia County, Florida Panhandle U-Pick Farms and Orchards in 2020, by county
Click on the resources drop-down above, if you need a county map
A & N Blueberry Farm -
UPDATE 2018 - appears to be permanently closed now
4015 Suncrest Lane, Molino, FL 32577.
Andrews Sod Farm - cucumbers, eggplant, melons, summer squash,
tomatoes, U-pick and already picked, picnic area (bring your own food),
3900 Tungoil Road, Walnut Hill, FL 32568. Phone: 850-327-6015.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: During season: Mon - Sat 8 am to 5
closed on Sunday 2014 will be our last year; closed in 2015 and beyond. Directions: Hwy. 29 going N. to highway 97 (Atmore cut off
road) take a left go 10.5 miles then left on Tungoil road. About 1.5 miles
down on the route.
Click here for a map and directions. Strawberries March thru early May. Most vegetables will be ready
June - July. Payment: Cash, only.
Beulah Berries - blueberries,
6658 Suwanee, Pensacola, FL
32526. Phone: 850-453-2383. Open: Our usual picking season runs from
late-April until the middle of July; call us and we can keep you informed of
when the field will be ready for picking.
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Take 9
mile road (alt. 90) west to Beulah. Turn right on Bridlewood Road. There
will be a Swifty Serve (Texaco) station on the right. Go north 4/10th mile.
Turn right on Suwanee Road. Beulah Berries will be 1/10th mile on the left.
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check.
Click here for our Facebook page. Before making a trip to Beulah
Berries, please call for availability of ripe berries.
Questions about our field, or information about blueberries, can be found on
our website. Our berries are irrigated and fertigated. We have seven varieties of Rabbiteye blueberries of various ripening
times taking our season to early July. We have approximately 7 acres of
irrigated bushes. We offer Southern Highbush and Rabbiteye types. Our usual
picking season runs from late-April until the middle of July. You can call
us using the number on the contact page and we can keep you informed of when
the field will be ready for picking. (UPDATED: May 28, 2017, JBS)
Petsel's Blueberries -
No pesticides are used
blueberries, U-pick and already picked
7711 Helms Road, Pensacola, FL
32526. Phone: 850-944-5224. Alternate Phone: 850-292-8214. Email:
NOTE in 2017, there has been no response from them in 2 years; they
may have closed down. Has anyone been by there? See our Facebook page
or call for current
hours; Mid May through end of July or while berries are ripe.
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: From
Pensacola I10 going west, take exit 5 and turn left onto Nine Mile Road or
highway 90. You will drive past the Navy Federal Building on right and
continue until you come to a stop light at Beulah Road. There will be a Tom
Thumb on the left just past the stop light. Turn left. Drive through first
stop sign ( Mobile Highway) and continue to four way stop. This is Helms
Road. Turn Right. We are up on the left hand side. Please look for signs.
See map for further directions.
Click here for a map and directions.
Payment: Cash, only. People tell us that our berries are the biggest and
sweetest berries they have ever tasted! We offer hand picked berries picked
by the Petsel kids who are raising money for college this fall in New York
City! These pre-picked berries are $4 per pound and delivery is always
available in the Pensacola area for a small delivery charge; Stay out of the
heat and let us pick the berries and bring them right to your door! You can
also pick up the berries during business hours and we will deliver them
right to your car; U-Pick berries are $1.50 per pound and you can pick as
many as you like! Additionally, you can trust our berries to be pesticide
and chemical free! Friend us on Facebook to keep track of when the berries
will be ready! Hope to see or hear from you soon!. We do not use pesticides
on the crops. Payment: Cash, only.
Touchablue Berry Farm - blueberries, and
7100 Molino Road, Molino, FL 32577. Phone: 850
587-5072. Open: Daylight hours - seven days a week - June and July
Blueberries available June and July as long as they are producing. Directions: From US Hwy 29 turn west onto US Hwy 182 travel 6
miles farm is located on right.
Click here for a map to our farm. Payment: Cash, only.
availability of other crops (berries, vegetables, etc.) in the Panhandle of
Florida, click here!