Hancock County

  • Hayahay Farm - UPDATE: July 20, 2016: The owner tells me they are now permanently closed
    Sullivan, ME 04664.  (ADDED: July 24, 2015)
  • Hog Bay Blueberries - blueberries
    207 Hog Bay Road, Franklin, Maine. Phone: 207-565-3584. Email: [email protected].  Open: July 25 through September 14 from 9 am to 5 pm daily. Directions: North on Rte 200 from Rte 1 in Sullivan. Pick your blueberries on prime blueberry barrens overlooking a beautiful salt marsh. Rakes provided. Participate in Down East's traditional harvest. Maine's best blueberry, jam, and pies.  Handicapped Accessible. Restrooms available. Bus parking.
  • Nancy Place Homestead - Uses natural growing practices, blueberries, Fresh eggs,
    1313 Bald Mountain Road, Orland, ME 04472. Phone: (207) 949-7662. Alternate Phone: 207-949-7662. Email: [email protected]. Open: Our low bush berry field is open Wednesday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm or by appointment.The ONLY pyo crops offered are ONLY wild blueberries.  Directions: Click here for a map and directions. We use natural practices, but are not seeking organic certification. Payment: Cash, Check. Click here for our Facebook page. We also accept PayPal, sell Kune Kune piglets and operate other side businesses on the property. (UPDATED: August 11, 2017) 
  • Shalom Orchard - ORGANIC, Organic blueberries and organic apples. 
    Eastbrook Road, Franklin, Maine. Phone: 207-565-2312. Email: [email protected]. Open: call for hours and availability. Directions: 1.7 miles from Route 182 & Route 200 N. Call for information on crop conditions and locations. 
  • Silveridge Farm - strawberries
    McDonald Street, Bucksport, Maine. Phone: 207-469-2405. Open: 8 am to 8 pm, conditions permitting; Please call ahead for current picking conditions. Directions: 3 one half miles out McDonald Street. Pick your own strawberries. We welcome families with small children under close supervision. 

Washington County 

  • Beddington Ridge Farm - wild blueberries
    Route 193, Beddington, Maine.  Phone: 207-638-2664. Email [email protected].  Open: in dry weather August and September, call for hours. Pick your own wild blueberries using your rakes or ours. Winnow and pick over the berries using a modern cleaning machine. Please call ahead. Restroom available.  
    Comments from a visitor on August 15, 2008: "This place is great! It's in the middle of the wild blueberry barrens of Maine. I could have purchased wild blueberries in a couple of dozen places on the way up from Mass. But it was worth the drive to experience picking lowbush berries with a blueberry rake. Ron the owner was awesome! He showed us how to use the rakes, and then after we picked our boxes full, Ron brought our berries over to his berry cleaning machine. Boy was that fun to watch! I have always liked lowbush wild berries better than the cultivated highbush ones. Just make sure you call or e-mail Ron before you go up there so he will be expecting you."
  • Blue Barrens Farm - fruits and vegetables
    88 Pea Ridge Road, Columbia, Maine.  Phone: 207-483-4196. Email [email protected].  Open: Late June through September, Wednesday - Sunday from noon to 5 pm, or call for appointment.  Our nationally known preserves are available at the farm, together with fresh fruits and vegetables, picked while you wait, or ;you can pick your own. Fall storage crops also available. 
  • Crossroad Farm - flowers
    Indian River Crossroad, Jonesport, Maine.  Phone: 207-497-2641. Open: July through September, Sunday - Thursday, 9 am to 5 pm.  Make your own bouquet from many varieties of flowers.  2.2 miles off Route 1 to 187 to Indian River Crossroad - follow signs. 
  • Molly's Orchard - strawberries and apples
    Point Street, Columbia Falls, Maine.  Phone: 207-483-4178. Fax  207-483-2492. Email [email protected].  Open: In season daily until dark.Molly's Orchard is a small family operated pick-your-own strawberries and apple farm. Come join us for strawberries and our first year of apples!  Turn off Rte 1 at Columbia Falls, go into village and take Point Street to our farm stand on right.  Restroom available. 
  • Plantation Perennials - sweet grass stalks
    453 West Street, Princeton, Maine.  Phone: 207-796-2698. Email [email protected].  Open: Mid summer or at anytime as desired; Call for hours. Customers may cut their own sweet grass stalks. A 1" bunch is sold for $1.00, a 2" bunch for $2.00, etc. 

 


Other Local Farm Products (Honey, Horses, Milk, Meat, Eggs, Etc.)
(NOT pick-your-own, unless they are also listed above)