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Looking for a local, pick-your-own farm in Southwest New Jersey? Farms are open and safe! Scroll down this page and you will see the U-Pick farms in Southwest New Jersey, 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 If you find anything outdated or inaccurate, see the customer and farmer menus (as appropriate) at the top menu bar to submit updates and corrections and help me keep each current!

New! Pricing information - We now have a pricing guide to help you know what the typical prices are for each crop. Let me know when you see price changes! In 2022, you can save money by picking your own and canning your own, but brace yourself for steep price increases, which are affecting EVERYTHING! For quality, taste, nutrition and value, you still can't beat most PYO farms. If need need large quantities for canning, ask if they have "seconds"
 If you are having a hard time finding canning lids, I've used these, and they're a great price & ship in 2 days.

New! Road tripping and camping is a great way to have a fun, safe and inexpensive family trip. The national and state parks and monuments are open, and campgrounds usually cost between $10 and $40 per night. September to November is the best camping weather.  See our new website Road Tripping and Camping.com for tips, tricks, guides, checklists and info about parks, monuments and other places to visit.

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   I'm making updates for this year as fast as I can - if you find anything out-of-date, wrong or not working - please let me know! This website is supported by purchases you make through the links to products on Amazon. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This allows me to continue to maintain the website and make improvements!

What's in season in October 2022, and other timely information:

Notes for October 2022: Summer is almost over and that means apples are here (see this new page for Apple Orchards in your area!), and except in northern areas, peaches and blueberries are finished. Some crops continue until frost, like raspberries, blackberries, figs, corn and tomatoes. Check your area's specific crop calendar (see this page) and call your local farms for seasonal updates.

See these pages to find a local Apple festival, and other festivals. We have a guide to apple varieties and a guide to peach varieties. Also recipes, canning and freezing directions for apples, tomatoes, corn blueberries, peaches, etc.

See our comprehensive list of easy 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 write me!

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!

Southwest New Jersey U-Pick Farms and Orchards in 2022, by county

Click on the resources drop-down above, if you need a county map

Burlington County

  • Alan's Flower Farm / Grossman Farms - Pick Your Own: Flowers (50 varieties); tomatoes (6 heirloom varieties); peppers; cantaloupes; watermelons
    120 Sykesville Road, Chesterfield, NJ. Phone: (609) 291-8210. Email: cagross890@aol.com. Open: May 15 - October 15, 8 am to 7 pm. Directions: From Route 206 & Route 528, take Route 528 toward Chesterfield, after Chesterfield Inn, make right, farm 1.5 miles; From Wrightstown-Sykesville Road & Route 537, N on Sykesville Road 2 miles. Alan's Flower Farm is located in Chesterfield, New Jersey and has over 150 acres devoted to the exclusive growing of the state's finest fresh cut flowers. Our fields are in full bloom from mid-May through mid-October. All flowers are cut fresh daily and cooled immediately to ensure the highest quality. We offer a long shelf life at a competitive market price and guarantee your satisfaction.We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Green beans; squash (summer, winter); cucumbers; pickles; herbs (20 varieties); peppers; eggplant; tomatoes; cantaloupes; watermelons; pumpkins. We also have Gourds; cut flowers (50 varieties); WIC and Senior FMNP checks accepted .  )
  • Ash PYO Blueberries (aka, Warren Ash) - Pick Your Own: Blueberries
    200 Magnolia Road, Pemberton, NJ. Phone: (609) 894-2428. Open: Daily.
    Blake writes on July 09, 2011
    :
    "Excellent berries, only $1.45/lb when I stopped by (call first, prices may change during the season).!"
  • Bear Berries - blueberries, porta-potties are available, picnic area you may bring your own food, school tours
    1449 Junction Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015. Phone: 609-636-5158. Email: rhpaco14@aol.com. Open: Monday through Sunday from 7am to 7pm, from late June to early August. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only. Still the best blueberries around price has increased understandably to $1.50 a pound (2020).
    Comments from a visitor on July 16, 2011: "GREAT BLUEBERRIES!!!!! Only $1.00 per pound!"
  • Budds KNP Farms & Country Market - Uses natural growing practices, beans, broccoli, herbs or spices, peppers, tomatoes, other vegetables, and prepicked produce, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area
    131/132 Vincentown Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: 609-894-4817. Fax: 609-894-0111. Email: buddsknpfarms@verizon.net. Open: 7 days per week - all year April to November 9 am to 9 pm, December to March 10 am to 8 pm. Directions: Route 206 North/South to County Road 616 East/Pemberton Road. The farm is exactly 3 miles on the right. Look for the Giant ear of corn. Route 38 East to Pemberton, make a right at Dunkin Donuts. The farm is exactly 1 mile on the left. Look for the Giant ear of corn. Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in January, February, March, July, August, September, October, November, December. We use natural practices, but are not yet certified Organic. Payment: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx. Pick your own late summer/fall/winter collards, kale, mustard, turnips, cilantro, broccoli, cabbage, hot peppers, string beans, tomatoes and some herbs. Old fashion country store with Jersey Fresh Honey - Clams - live Crabs, cold sodas, dairy, bedding plants, flowers. Takeout Country Kitchen with menu featuring homegrown food items. Picnic tables in a country setting are provided for our customers enjoyment. Homemade baked goods using Jersey Fresh fruits. Click here for our Facebook page.
  • Clement Blueberry Farm -  Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, blueberries, U-pick and already picked, gift shop, concessions or refreshment stand, porta-potties, picnic area, picnic area you may bring your own food, birthday parties, weddings and wedding parties, events at your location (call for info)
    200 Magnolia Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: (732) 609-0587. Email: Clementblueberries@gmail.com. Open: June 24, 2022 to July 24, 2022 on Friday to Sunday from 8 am to 8 pm. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. We minimize use of pesticides and other chemicals. Payment: Cash, Venmo. Click here for our Facebook page. Clement Farm U-Pick Blueberries. Not just your typical pick your own operation. We have music, picnic areas, lawn games, a store filled with blueberry goodies and more! Come join us and #LetsGrowMemories! Blueberry Festival - July 17th, 2022. (ADDED: June 04, 2022)
  • Conte Farms - Permanently closed
    299 Flyatt Road, Tabernacle, NJ 08088. UPDATE for 2021, Their Facebook page says they are permanently closed. Their last year was 2015. But according thethe Courier-Post, the land was sold to be a farm, but not open to the public. At least it did not become a housing development!
  • Farmer Jack's Christmas Trees/ Halloween/Home Grown ProduceFarmer Jack's Christmas Trees/ Halloween/Home Grown Produce - cucumbers, eggplant, flowers, melons, peppers, pumpkins, summer squash, tomatoes, other vegetables, Other fruit or veg, Honey from hives on the farm, and prepicked produce, pony rides, petting zoo, farm animals
    150 Route 530, Southampton, NJ 08088. Phone: (609) 929-8570. Email: farmerjacks@temple.edu. Directions: On website from New York, Philadelphia, and Del. Very detailed. Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in June, July, August, September, October. Open: Produce Stand and Halloween, Monday to Sunday, 9am to 7pm Christmas Trees, Monday to Sunday, 24 hours a day. Produce Stand open last week of June until October 31st. Halloween pumpkin picking and rides open October 1st - October 31st Christmas trees are open from Thanksgiving until Christmas Day along with free pony rides, horse drawn cart rides and a petting zoo. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard. We offer summer produce, fall produce, pumpkin picking and in winter Christmas trees and pony rides with a purchase of a tree.
    Comments from a visitor on September 20, 2011: "My hubby & I took our son a couple years ago to Farmer Jacks for tractor pulled hay ride to pick pumpkins. The man seemed nice at first, but then he started making political comments & we were shocked. Couldn't wait to get out of there! We will never go back there! Don't want to give him any of our business"
  • Fred + III - Pick Your Own: Blueberries
    Odd Fellows Road (Route 663), Pemberton, NJ. Phone: (609) 894-2198. Email: fdetrick1@comcast.net. Open: June 20 - September 1, daily (7 days a week), 8 am to 6 PM. Directions: Route 663 - Odd Fellows Road is the road to Juliustown from Pemberton. Only blueberry farm on this road. A sign marks the entrance. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Blueberries. We also have Blueberry plants. 2020 price: $2.00/lb) The Walcotts (smaller berries, but very sweet, best for muffins, pancakes, etc.) and the Dukes (bigger and prettier but, in my opinion, not as tasty) are our early varieties. ). We've extended our hours a bit this year for those who want to stop in after work. And please, visit our "Tips for Pickers" section on this site - it's always best to come properly prepared. See ya soon! Note: Payment: Cash, Credit cards. Online payment methods (e.g.PayPal) are under consideration but are not yet accepted. It's always best to call before coming here if there's a chance of thunderstorms). Located in Pemberton, New Jersey, Fred + III is easily reached from the New Jersey Turnpike, Route 206 or Route 38. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give Fred a call.
    Comments from a visitor on July 31, 2010: "My husband and I just returned from a wonderful visit to Fred + III farm in Burlington County, NJ. Fred is a wonderful character who we enjoyed talking with. We were thrilled that there was plentiful picking this late in the season! The bushes were a good height for easy and quick picking and were very tasty... sweet but with a good tartness. The fields surrounding the farm are a lovely sight as well. We picked 12 pounds (or approximately 10 quarts) of berries for $15.00! We will definitely be returning next year. "
    Comments from a visitor on July 06, 2010: "Stopped there on July 5, 2010. Due to lack of rain berries were small and some dried up but there were plenty of good tasting berries to pick. Fred is a delight as is his wife. Don't think they will be picking too much more this season."
    Comments from a visitor on July 01, 2010: "We visited Fred + III on 30 June. There were plenty of berries to be picked. The sign for the farm is kind of small, but we had no trouble locating it. Just park where you see other vehicles, and if no one else is there, park near the silver trailer that's parked by a tree. There's an old beat-up pick up truck with a sign telling you what to do (take a can, pick berries, come back to weigh and pay) though Fred will have to tell you which area is open for pick your own. He does provide large cans that you strap on to collect your berries in, but if you didn't bring anything to carry them home, he'll give you a cardboard box for $1. I forgot to ask if he grows organically or what, but based on the weeds/grasses in between the rows of blueberries, he doesn't go overboard with the herbicides, at least!"
    Comments from a visitor on August 17, 2009: "Went blueberry picking today (8/17) at Fred-Plus-Three and the blueberries were plentiful and gorgeous! And of course Fred is a total delight... Also just want to put in a plug for River Side Homestead Farm. We've picked blackberries there for the last two summers (end of July/early August) and it has been a great experience. It's a small farm - great fun for kids - and the blackberry picking is easy and plentiful. We've also gotten eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, and herbs there. (And some wonderful potatoes that they dig for you)."
    Comments from a visitor on August 05, 2009: "This farm was a real treat! Berries were big blue, plentiful and cheap. Fred and Ginnie are a trip. If he is 87, like he claims to be, then we better all start eating blueberries. A great all-around experience!"
    Comments from a visitor on July 24, 2009: "July 24 - We visited Fred's and were very disappointed. The rows between the blueberry bushes were filled with grass that was knee high. The section of bushes we were directed to were just starting to become ripe and contained mostly white berries. Those that were ripe were big but sour. Fred was nice and a real character, but we've found other farms nearby that are much better."
    Comments from a visitor on July 12, 2009: "Fred and his wife are super sweet and amazing. My friend and I went to the blueberry farm for the first time today and we had such a great time. The berries are more than plentiful and the whole set-up is so relaxed and well organized. There are no frills, just really nice people and huge amounts of sweet, large, well care for blueberries. We had such a blast just picking our way through the fields and afterwards we had a really great conversation with Fred and his beautiful wife. Tennis shoes are recommended and bring your own container so the berries don't get crushed in bags. You will want to adopt Fred and his wife into your family after you meet them."
    Comments from a visitor on July 12, 2009: "We visited Fred's farm in early July 2009 (July 3rd 2009) and picked our Blueberries, and plenty of them. We were on a visit to NJ from Michigan and went to the Farm with our hosts. We all really enjoyed it very much. Fred and his wonderful family were very nice people. If I could, I will drive all the way from Michigan again !! (a bit exaggeration here with gas prices and distance) "
    Comments from a visitor on July 01, 2009: "July 1, 2009: Went to this farm with my daughter today. Fred & his wife are amazing! Farm is great - tons of berries. $1.25 per pound. They provide cans to pick into (can strap them around your waist to carry). Each can holds 4 pounds. Berries are very sweet and tasty...large berries! Fred & his wife are very accommodating, nice, friendly, and helpful! I drove from outside of Philadelphia to this farm (about a 45 mile drive - an hour) and will drive there again before blueberry season is over as I was so impressed with the produce as well as the owners. Note: Although they give you collection cans, you need to bring something to haul your berries home! "
  • Haines Berry Farm, LLC - Uses integrated pest management practices, blueberries, U-pick and already picked, farm market, restrooms, picnic area
    98 Sheep Pen Hill Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: 609-894-8630. Email: thaines@hainesberryfarm.com. Open: 7 days per week from Saturday in mid-June until Sunday in mid-July, from 7am until 5pm; Subject to change depending on the spring weather. 2021 prices are set to be $2.00/lb (of course that could change). Directions: We are on Route 644 (Magnolia Road) 6 miles east of the Route 38 and 206 intersection or 3 miles west of the Route 70 and 72 circle. Stay on route 206 to route 530 to route 644. Do NOT allow your GPS directions to take you to Deep Run Lane. This is NOT an accessible road nor is it a public road beyond the state forest border. Click here for a map and directions. Fresh dry harvested cranberries available October 20th until Thanksgiving, everyday from dawn until dusk. We use integrated pest management practices. Payment: Cash, Check, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. Click here for our Facebook page. We sell blueberry honey, blueberry jam homemade with our own blueberries, Jersey Blues blueberry Iced Tea, chocolate covered blueberries, blueberry plants, various other blueberry products and frozen cranberries during blueberry season. Come visit Haines Berry Farm for the "berry" best blueberry picking around. Haines Berry Farm offers a wonderful natural atmosphere with a picnic area and wagon rides to and from our well manicured fields. The crops are grown using sustainable agriculture practices and integrated pest management.
    Comments from a visitor on July 4, 2014: "Excellent berries! $1.80 per pound"
    Comments from a visitor on July 06, 2010: "Bushes are tall and berries are large and plentiful. PYO was $1.50 per lb."
    Comments from a visitor on July 05, 2008: "PYO started on June 28, 2008. My favorite spot to pick blueberries. Just plain picking. No frills. My kind of place. Staff is friendly. Usually the best berries and best price per pound."
  • Hallock's U-Pick - strawberries, vegetables, peas, beans, beets. tomatoes, pumpkins
    38 Fischer Rd, New Egypt, NJ 08533. Phone: 609-758-8847. Email: hallocksupickfarm@gmail.com. Open: daily. Crop Approximate Picking Date
    Strawberries Mid-May
    Peas June
    Kohlrabi, Cabbage June til Fall
    Beans (String, wax, flat) Late June til Fall
    Beets, Swiss Chard Late June til Fall
    Tomatoes Late July til Fall
    Pickles, Cucumber, Squash Late June til Fall
    Lima & Butter Beans August til Fall
    Onions, Okra, & Field Peas August til Fall
    Bell, Fryer & Hot Peppers, Eggplant Late July til Fall
    Cilantro Late July til Fall
    Dill, Cranberry Beans Late July til Fall
    White Potatoes Mid-July til Fall
    Spinach, Broccoli Spring & Fall
    Collards, Kale, Rape, Mustards & Turnips Spring til Fall
    Sweet Potato Leaves, Jute Leaves,
    Bitterballs, Careless Greens, Kittley, Sour/Sour August til Fall
    Sweet Potatoes Sept & Oct
    Pumpkins & Rutabagas Fall
     (ADDED: August 4, 2022, JBS)
  • Johnson's Farm - apples, blueberries, corn (sweet), peaches, pumpkins, strawberries Johnson's Farm - apples, blueberries, corn (sweet), peaches, pumpkins, strawberries, gift shop, concessions or refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, petting zoo, birthday parties, school tours
    133 Church Road, Medford, NJ 08055. Phone: 609-654-8643. Email: farmerjohnson@johnsonsfarm.com. Open: Monday - Wednesday 8 am to 7 pm Thursday 8 am to 8 pm Friday and Saturday 8 am to 9 pm Sunday 8 am to 8 pm During Christmas Week December 26 to 30 we will be OPEN 10am to 9pm Daily. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Route 70 to Hartford Road 1 mile on Left side, next to Lenape High School.Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx. Click here for our Facebook page. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Strawberries; sweet corn; peaches; nectarines; sweet cherries; apples; pumpkins; cantaloupes; popcorn; peanuts We also have Farm-baked pies; pot pies; sandwiches; salads; dips; ice cream; Italian ice; donuts; cookies; candy; quiches; soups;
    A visitor writes on June 08, 2020: "We went strawberry picking June 7. The berries were sweet and juicy and they have the place well organized for social distancing"
    Blake writes on July 2, 2019:
    "My parents live just around the corner from Johnson's and stop in here every week; sometimes to pick, sometimes to the farm market. There's always something to do atthe farm!
    Blake writes on July 22, 2013:
    "Just picked there today: they had blueberries, peaches and corn to pick; excellent quality, neatly trimmed fields, but prices were very high: $2.49/lb for blueberries, $1.79/lb for peaches and corn was 48 cents/ear. My kids loved playing in the excellent playground, and water play area (both for a fee), and summer hayrides to the fields (also for a fee), and a small animal viewing/feeding area (also for a fee) "
    Blake writes on December 04, 2012:
    "I went to this farm as a child, many years ago. They're still popular almost all year round!"
    Comments from a visitor on October 11, 2010: "As of Oct. 11, 2011, they are out of u-pick apples!! Shame, it's a great farm. Didn't want to go early for apples & be stuck with a spoiled pumpkin. By the way, the only farm I've been to where the pumpkins are not just thrown in a field! Pick them off their vines!! We drive from out of state every year because it's a wonderful farm!!"
  • Johnson's Locust Hall Farm - apples, broccoli, corn (sweet), melons, peas, pumpkins, tomatoes, other vegetables, gift shop, concessions or refreshment stand, porta-potties are available, picnic area, picnic area you may bring your own food, pony rides, farm animals, school tours, farm market, weddings and events, pasture raised beef
    2691 Monmouth Road, Jobstown, NJ 08041. Phone: 609-353-9000. Fax: 609-723-3916. Open: May 1st to November, Seven days a week, from 9 am to 6 pm. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: From route 206 head northeast on Monmouth Road. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, WIC Vouchers. Click here for our Facebook page. Also Pasture Raised Beef, Free Ranging Healthy Black Angus Cows. And we host Weddings & Special Events at Johnson's Locust Hall Farm. 17th Century Preserved Farm with Family Roots and Rustic Charm. A Pick Your Own Farm and Host to Weddings, Special Events and School Field Trips.
    Family fun, Historic farm, Unique destination. .A vast family owned 320 acre farm offers a variety of activities, surround in farmland, pasture, and historic barn beauty. Just 70 miles from New York City & 40 miles from Philadelphia. Be one with nature as you take a hayride out to the fields to pick seasonal fruits & vegetables. Visit the Play Patch and feed our farm animals & spend time at the playground, either playing or enjoying the views. Visit as a teacher & students for an educational farm tour, or celebrate a memorable event in one of our barns. (ADDED: April 16, 2015)
  • Lew's Farm Market - Pick Your Own: Cut flowers
    864 N. Lenola Road, Moorestown, NJ. Phone: (856) 234-2480. Alternate phone: (856) 786-1726. Directions: Route 38 to Lenola Road North 2 miles. Open: Daily, Week of Mar. 25 - November 10, 9 am to 7 pm. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Asparagus; strawberries; tomatoes; corn; peaches; peppers; eggplant; squash; cucumbers; string beans; pole lima beans; pumpkins; winter & fall cabbage. We also have Mums; Easter flowers; perennials; spring bedding plants, c & c Christmas trees .
  • Lewis Farm Route - Pick Your Own: Fruits & vegetables
    206 & Fork Neck Road, Indian Mills, NJ. Phone: (856) 596-6852. Directions: 5 miles from Red Lion Circle. Open: Year Round, 9 am to 5 PM. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Vegetables; We also have C & C Christmas tree; eggs; chickens .
  • New Lisbon Blueberries - blueberries, U-pick and already picked
    162 Mount Misery Road, New Lisbon, NJ 08064. Phone: 609-351-5152. Email: cindi737@gmail.com. Open: starting July 4, from 7 am to 6 pm , Open 7 days a week the month of July!. Directions: Payment: Cash, Check. Call 609-351-5152. New Lisbon Blueberries Facebook page. There is no admission fee to enter the field. We hope that you can maintain the 6ft guidelines in place for social-distancing(except family groups) and remain masked when in areas during weigh-in and checkout. Please follow the field safety rules to ensure a Healthy & Fun experience. (ADDED: July 04, 2015)
  • Piper Blueberry Farm - Pick Your Own: Blueberries
    Magnolia Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: (609) 894-4287. Alternate phone: (609) 894-9227. Directions: Route 38 E to Pemberton, Bear Right at 2nd light, approximately 3 miles on Right (White Building) Open: Monday to Saturday,; closed Sun., 8 am to 5 pm. Price in 2011 was $1.25/lb. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Wholesale & retail cranberries. Piper's Pick Your Own Blueberry Farm. 
    Blake writes on July 07, 2015: "Wow! The cheapest price in New Jersey, and plenty of blueberries to pick -huge and tasty!"
  • Riverside Homestead Farm Riverside Homestead Farm (aka, Taylor's Riverside Farm) - ORGANIC, Pick Your Own: Raspberries; tomatoes; peppers; eggplant; blackberries; pears; pumpkins
    7 Taylor Lane, Cinnaminson, NJ. Phone: (856) 829-4992. Email: ktmizuro7@gmail.com. Open: June - October, Monday to Saturday 9 am to 6 PM. Directions: at the Delaware River, From Route 130 take Taylors Lane Northwest, across Route 543 onto farm road and follow signs to stand. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Peas; cherries; green beans; tomatoes; bell peppers; eggplant; corn; blackberries; raspberries; gooseberries; pears; pumpkins. We also have By order - pole limas. Limited volume; all organic. Click here for a link to our Facebook page. Also called "Taylor's River Side Farm". Our apple varieties are Stayman Winesap, Liberty, Red and Yellow Delicious. 
  • Robson Farm and Greenhouse - Pick Your Own: peaches; apples 
    33 Rahilly Road, Wrightstown, NJ 08562. Phone: (609) 743-8264. Email: robsonsfarm@gmail.com. Open: Thursday and Friday 10-6 Saturday and Sunday 10-4. Directions: On Route 537, 8 miles E of Route 206 or 5 miles W of Route 539 intersection. This is a fourth generation farm in Central New Jersey They have both U-Pick Peaches, Apples and Cut Flowers and picked fruit, veggies and cut flowers at our Purple Farmstand. Robson Farm Facebook page.
    Peach Season July through August
    Donut Peach Season Late July/Early August
    Nectarine Season August
    Apple Season September through October
    Already picked:
    PawPaw Season September
    Quince Season October.
     (ADDED: August 4, 2022, JBS)
  • Russo's Orchard Lane Farm - permanently closed
    310 Extonville Road, Chesterfield, NJ. Open: UPDATE for 2021: They are permanently closed; they retired.  Click here for a link to our Facebook page
  • Specca Farms Pick Your Own - Uses integrated pest management practices, beans, beets, broad beans, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, flowers, herbs or spices, peas, peppers, summer squash, strawberries, winter squash, tomatoes, other vegetables, Other fruit or veg, Honey from hives on the farm, porta-potties are available, farm animals, events at your location (call for info)
    870 Jacksonville-mt. Holly Road, Springfield, NJ 08505. Phone: 609-267-4445. Open: all months except July; Closed for the month of July; Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, Sundays from 9 am to 5 pm. Directions: from route 541 in Mt. Holly, Head East on Woodlane Road. Turn left onto Jacksonville Road at first traffic light, Farm is on left. Big white sign reads Specca Farms Pick Your Own. Across from Springfield Golf Center. We will have a Sunflower maze in August. We use integrated pest management practices. Payment: Cash, only. . Pick Your Own Strawberries, Sweet Raab and Bitter Broccoli Raab, Kale and Collards, Leeks, Red, green, Romaine and Butterhead Lettuce, Beets, Spinach and Swiss Chard, FAVA Beans. , , At the Scale House Shed we have our own Honey and Eggs. We have picked greens, leeks and asparagus.. Closed in July. Then in August, we reopen with PYO Tomatoes; plum, Jersey, 250s, Heirlooms, Peppers and Eggplant, Okra, Field Peas, Beans, Greens, Lettuces and much more. Click here for a link to our Facebook page.We offer the largest selection of fresh Vegetables for pick Your Own. Grower of NJ's finest produce for a hundred years. 
    A visitor writes on June 03, 2016: "They give you a large cardboard tray at no charge, and give you a dollar off each time you go back and reuse it."
    A visitor writes on June 29, 2014: "Specca has strawberries, too! Went 3rd weekend in June. They were awesome. You can also pick beet greens, which are hard to find in stores. Lovely people who own the farm, the Specca family. It's been there since I was a little girl, some 40 years ago. There's also a great farmers market nearby, Columbus Market, great outdoor fleamarket on Sundays."
  • Strawberry Hill Farm - Apples, nectarines, pears, peaches, plums, pumpkinsStrawberry Hill Farm - Apples, nectarines, pears, peaches, plums, pumpkins
    Corner of Waln & Ellisdale Road, Chesterfield, NJ 08620. Phone: 609-298-0823. Directions: Please refer to our website. Click here for a map to our farm. We are open July, August, September, October. Our hours are: Everyday 9 am to 5 pm (7 days a week) Peaches and Nectarines- end of July - beginning of September. Apples- mid August to end of October . Click here for a link to our Facebook page. Pick Your Own: Peaches, nectarines,apples, plums and pears. 
    A visitor writes on August 06, 2013: "The owners provide wagons and baskets to carry the fruit around the farm. Great for kids because you don't have to walk far from your car to get to the orchard. Peaches were 90 cents a pound 8/13. Be sure to call or check their facebook page before you go. They close the farm when they are all picked out of ripe fruit."
  • Thompson's BlueberriesThompson's Blueberries - Pick Your Own: Blueberries
    Retreat Road, Vincentown, NJ. Phone: (609) 859-9016. Alternate phone: (609) 859-3130 (answering machine). Email: thompsonsblueberries@comcast.net. Open: 6 am to dusk, July 1 - August 1. Directions: 3 1/4 mile E of Route 206.
  • Wells Blueberries - Pick Your Own: Blueberries, also prepicked.
    466 Retreat Road, Southampton, NJ. Phone: (609) 859-2662. Email: wellsblueberryfarm@gmail.com. Open: 7 days a week from 8 am to 5 pm. Directions: 3.5 miles E of Route 206. Directions: From Ben Franklin Bridge- Rt. 30 E. to Rt. 38 E. Continue East on Rt. 38 to the intersection of Rt. 38 and Rt. 206. Take Rt. 206 S. 3 miles to Retreat Road (2nd traffic light). Take a left onto Retreat Road and follow it in @ 31/2 miles. There will be blue signs along the way. We are the second blueberry farm on the right. Please call ahead if you want prepicked berries. The berries look like they will be available from mid June through mid July. be sure to call after that before you come! At this time we are able to accept only cash or personal checks as payment. We apologize for any inconvenience. 2020 prices were $2.00 per lb. Wells Blueberry Farm Facebook page.
    NOTE: My sister says the owners are friendly, and they sell local honey! Blake
    Comments from a visitor on July 4, 2014:
    "Excellent berries! $1.75 per pound"
    Comments from a visitor on June 24, 2012:
    "I went to Wells Farm on Saturday, June 23rd with all my children ranging from 21 - 5. We had a great time!! The owners are friendly and the farm is very clean and organized. We grabbed our buckets and got on the tractor, which was free! The other visitors were all friendly and we had a lot of laughs, memories and of course delicious, huge, blueberries! The owners were very accomadating to weighing our harvest for our blueberry picking competition. $1.69/lb is all we paid for an awesome day!"
    Comments from a visitor on June 08, 2012:
    "We go to this farm EVERY YEAR! They seem to have a very long season ( different varieties?) they are kind and helpful. Free rides to the picking and back to parking. NOT one of those farms that charge you for just being there. Old school, let you use their pick-buckets, take you out to where the BEST BERRIES are, and do NOT OVER MANAGE! The BEST BERRIES EVER!! You can bring the kids and grandparents... I always go several times during the season, and have NEVER had a bad experience. Try the honey too. Can't wait to get back for some more of those BIG FAT BLUE BERRIES!"
    Comments from a visitor on July 06, 2010: "
    we did visit Edward Wells (Retreat Road) last week. They were pretty much at the end of the season but picking was great. Would recommend them as well."
    Comments from a visitor on July 24, 2009:
    "July 24 - We've visited Well's Blueberry farm several times over the past few years and it's always great. They have many sweet varieties that ripen at different times. The plants are well cared for and the sandy rows between them are easy to walk. There is a wagon to carry you to the farther fields. Very friendly. Today our kids ate almost as many as they put in the bucket to bring home! A top-notch farm."
  • Whitesbog Blueberry Festival - blueberry festival, PYO blueberries, pre-picked blueberries
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 W Whites Bogs Rd., Browns Mills, NJ 08015. Phone: 609-893-4646. Open: Late June every year, see their website for updated information (Saturday, from 10 AM to 4 PM) June 27 - 28, 2020Celebrate all things blueberry at Historic Whitesbog Village, New Jersey, the home of cultivated blueberries! Pinelands-centric music, arts and crafts, food, tours, and children's activities will be featured at the fest. But the real star of the show is, of course, the blueberries. Each year, approximately 5,000 visitors travel to Whitesbog's Blueberry Festival to glimpse at the former working town as it was at the turn of the 20th century, and its ongoing restoration. Located in Browns Mills, New Jersey. Click here for our Facebook page.
    NOTE: the festival was virtual in 2020, meaning you picked up pre-picked blueberries. We are celebrating the Birthplace of Blueberries All Season Long! It is free to log in online and enjoy the festival from home! In July we will have events for you to come pick blueberries or pick up pre-ordered flats of fresh local blueberries and blueberry plants! Pre-order here: https://whitesbog-preservation-trust.square.site/s/shop
    July 11: Pick up Farm Fresh Blueberry Flats and Blueberry Plants (see pre-order online shopping on website) Guided Blueberry Field Tours and Tastings in July
  • Wilson Blueberries - blueberries, U-pick and already picked, porta-potties, picnic area you may bring your own food
    22 New Lisbon Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: (856) 261-9970. Email: wilsonblueberry@yahoo.com. Open: daily starting June 30th through the entire month of July; 8 am until 5 pm. Their Facebook page shows a 2020 price of $1.50/lb. Directions: 22 New Lisbon Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. Please call if you want to purchase a large order of fresh blueberries;. Payment: Cash, Check. Great farm to bring the whole family. Relax under the tents while enjoying a cool drink or your picnic lunch. Beautifully tended heirloom blueberry plants that are easy to pick. Wilson blueberries will pick and bag delicious fresh berries for you to freeze! Blueberries for baking or eating all winter long are available now. Call for large orders. Don't wait until the season is over. (UPDATED: June 18, 2018)

Camden County

Springdale Farm Market
  • Springdale Farm Market - strawberries, pumpkins, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, corn maze, and prepicked produce, gift shop, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, tractor-pulled hay rides
    1638 S. Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. Phone: 856-424-8674. Fax: 856-424-7074. Email: springdalefarms@juno.com. Open: Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 7 pm, Sunday 8 am to 6 pm March thru December Strawberries: May 14-June 18 (weather permitting) Pumpkin Picking Hayrides and Corn Maze September 17- Nov 6. Directions: Route 295 to Exit 34A. Go to third traffic light and turn right. We are on the right 1 mile. click here for a map to our farm. Crops are usually available in May, June, September, October. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx. Bakery, Garden Shop-extensive collection of herb plants, perennials, annuals vegetables, house plants The Conservatory - Belgium greenhouse Room appointed with porcelain tile floor, chandeliers, tropical plants- overlooking a pavered veranda, fountained atrium , and the crops in our fields- available for renting for your special events. Click here for a link to our Facebook page
    Comments from a visitor on May 22, 2012: "The strawberries were very nice, picking was easy, and the owners were very nice! Price in 2012 was $2.49 but the price changes from week. Bring your own containers; they charges $1.00 for containers. "

Gloucester County

  • Duffield's Farm Market - Pick Your Own: Peas, strawberries, apples, corn maze, pumpkins, hayrides in the Fall
    Greentree & Chapel Heights Roads, Sewell, NJ. Phone: (856) 589-7090. Email: farmfresh@duffieldsfarm.com. Open: Summer: Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 8 pm, Winter: 10 am to 6 pm. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Fruits, vegetables. We also have Jersey Fresh Cooks cookbook, bakery, cakes, cider donuts, home-made salads, hay rides to pumpkins, corn maze, hay rides to Easter Bunny's House, hands-on learning center for educational trips, children's birthday parties in spring & fall, WIC and Senior FMNP checks accepted. Duffield's Farm Facebook page
    Comments from a visitor on May 22, 2012: "Duffields charges $0.50 for boxes if you don't bring your own."
  • Fruitwood Farms - Pick Your Own: Strawberries, sour cherries, peaches, apples , honey from hives on the farm
    419 Elk Road / Route 538, Monroeville, NJ. Phone: (856) 881-7748. Email: info@fruitwoodorchardshoney.com. Open: May - November 15, closed Sun.; self-service 24 hrs. Directions: 1 mile E. of Route 77 on Route 538 between mileposts 9 & 10. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Apples, strawberries, cherries, cantaloupes, peaches, pears, tomatoes, watermelon, honey dew, pumpkins. Our apple varieties are Empire, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Jonagold, Red Delicious, Rome, Stayman/Winesap. We also have Honey.  Fruitwood Farms Facebook page.
    Comments from a visitor on June 21, 2010: "Had a wonderful experience this past Saturday. We had planned to pick cherries at another farm in the area. Come to find out the were done for the season. Someone had mentioned the place to me. I could not believe the amount of cherries on the tree and the variety they had. Did not even need a ladder to pick. It was great and the price too."
  • Heritage Station - Pick Your Own: Apples; peaches; pears; pumpkins
    480 Mullica Hill Road (Route 322), Mullica Hill, NJ. Phone: (856) 589-4474. Email: heritagestation@snip.net. Open: May to November. In season: 10 am to 5 pm; out of season: 8 am to 6 pm; Saturday, & Sun. 9 am to 5 pm for pick your own Directions: Route 55, Exit 50B to Route 322, 2 miles; Route 322 E of Mullica Hill or Route 322 W of Glassboro. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Apples; pumpkins; squash; corn; peaches; plums; pears; vegetables. Our apple varieties are Empire; Fuji; Gala; Granny Smith; Golden Delicious; Jonagold; McIntosh; Red Delicious; Stayman/Winesap. We also have Jersey Fresh Cooks cookbook; cider; baked goods; bedding plants; annuals; perennials; hay rides; Fishing with Rich; WIC and Senior FMNP checks accepted.
    A visitor writes on July 07, 2018: "U-Pick at Heritage Station: Now they changed their name to "William Heritage Winery". They are more into winery business. They still do U-pick but in a much small scale than before. The time is from 10:00am - 5:00pm, Mon-Sun, much late than before. "Hill Creek Farms - apples, pumpkins
  • Hill Creek Farms - apples, pumpkins, prepicked produce, snacks and refreshment stand, picnic area, face painting, pony rides, school tours
    1631 Route 45, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. Phone: 856-223-0028. Email: info@hillcreekfarms.com. Open: Wednesday to Sunday: 9AM to 6PM, Closed Monday and Tuesdays (Except Monday October 12th for Columbus Day). Directions: From NJ Turnpike/I-95; NJ Turnpike/I-95 to Exit 2 (US 322) Turn right on 322 (east) and go 1.12 miles Turn right onto Tomlin Station Road (south) 2.3 miles Turn left on Franklinville Road (east) .9 miles Turn right on Route 45 (south) .8 miles. Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in September, October. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard. Apple picking in September and October. Also already picked Asian pears, tomatoes, peppers, white and sweet potatoes, locally grown Red and Golden Delicious and Winesap apples. Apple Varieties: Gala, Red Delicious, Jonagold, Cameo, Fuji, Honey Crisp, Mutsu, Winesap, Granny Smith, and many more along with Asian Pears, and Plums. Fresh Bakery on site, jams, jellies, and gifts. Wine, cheese, & other refrigerated items. Tractor rides around the farm, Diamond Mining, Barrel Train, Balloon Bounce, Duck Race, and a fun day for the whole family! NEW GRAND OPENING early September. We are producing our own fresh apple cider! Come check out the barn market , where we always have it and , jellies, spreads and jams in stock! We have freshly baked apple cider donuts. Made from our finest apples. Click here for a link to our Facebook page
  • The McCann's Farm
  • The McCann's Farm - blueberries, pumpkins, strawberries, U-pick and already picked, farm market, porta-potties are available, farm animals, birthday parties, school tours
    1065 Aura Rd, Monroeville, NJ 08343. Phone: 856-881-7775. Email: themccannsfarm@gmail.com. Open: Strawberries pick mid May through Early June Blueberries late June through mid July Fields open at 9 close at 6. Directions: Route 55 South to exit 48 (Glassboro/Ferrell) Bare right at top of ramp. Go to light and make a left onto Aura Road We are approximately 3 miles on your left. Route 55 North to exit 45. Make a right off of the ramp onto Buck Road At next crossroad make a left onto Cedar Lane. At stop make a right onto Aura Road We are 1/4 mile on your right. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, WIC Vouchers, SFMNP Vouchers. Click here for our Facebook page
  • Mood's Farm Market - Pick Your Own: Apples, blackberries, blueberries, pears, raspberries, cherries (sweet, pie), plums, grapes, nectarines, peaches, pumpkins
    901 Bridgeton Pike (Route 77), Mullica Hill, NJ. Phone: (856) 478-2500. Open: June - Thanksgiving, closed Sundays, Summer: 8 am to 8 pm; Fall: 8 am to 5 pm. See this page for Pick your own updates. Directions: Route 77 5 miles S of Mullica Hill on Route 77; 3 miles N of Route 40. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Apples; pumpkins; all vegetables. Our apple varieties are Cortland, Empire, Gala, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious. We also have Apple cider; apple cider donuts; fall hay rides; WIC and Senior FMNP checks accepted. We specialize in pick your own fruit starting with sweet cherries in June and finishing with pumpkins in October. We make apple cider donuts fresh daily (Mon-Sat), and we press our own apple cider in the fall. Mood's Farm Market Facebook page.  We have apple picking hayrides in September and pumpkin picking hayrides in October. We take pride in selling quality produce, and giving you a fun experience on our farm.
    A visitor writes on September 05, 2013: "Just wanted to say how great this pick-your-own farm is. We picked delicious peaches and sweet-tart blackberries today (Sept. 5, 2013), at an excellent price. The young ladies at the farm stand were polite and helpful, and the orchards were easily accessible and still laden with fruit. Highly recommended!"
    Comments from a visitor on October 11, 2010: "Just returned from a trip to Mood's to pick my own apples. My 13 year old son and I had a wonderful time, walking through the orchards and picking out just the apples that we needed. It is really nice to be able to pick different varieties that you want, unlike some of the other "big" pick-your-own farms in the area that only allow you to pick one variety of apple. Prices were reasonable, and we also left with a dozen warm apple cider donuts that were delicious! Highly recommend this farm. "
    Comments from a visitor on September 25, 2010: "My daughters and I had a wonderful time picking apples. They were plentiful and the directions we had to follow were very simple for picking, and paying. We will certainly be back."
    Comments from a visitor on July 20, 2009: "What a great experience my three children (9, 7, and 4) and I had today. Moods Farm has a friendly atmosphere. Cute Farm stand that includes veggies, fruits, jams and YUMMY homemade apple cider donuts. We traveled from Maryland for the second year and the donuts, especially if you get them warm are the best. The picking procedure is simple. They weigh your bucket that you bring or you can buy little cardboard buckets for 25 cents. We picked blackberries, blueberries and white peaches that were all delicious and very inexpensive. The blueberries were $1.15 a pound, blackberries were$1.40 and the peaches were 85 cents. I had a ton of fruit all for about $6. They have a great picnic area too. We will be back again soon. Great find and I found it on this website. Thank You. "
  • Piney Hollow Farm - blueberries, U-pick and already picked
    502 E Piney Hollow Road, Williamstown, NJ 08094. Phone: 856-629-5188. Alternate Phone: 609-839-9279. Email: pineyhollowfarm@yahoo.com. Open: UPDATE for 2019, Their website is gone; Does anyone have current information, are they still offering pick your own or are even open? If so, please write me, their last reported hours were Mid June to End of July; Call for Daily Hours; Usually 8am to 7pm during the season. Directions: Located on Piney Hollow Road between Route 73 and the Black Horse Pike (Rt 322). Near South Jersey Shooting Club. From Expressway: Winslow Exit 31, 73 South, Right at blinking light, about 1 mile down the road on your left. From Black Horse Pike West, turn Right on Piney Hollow Road, less than 1 mile down the road on your right. From Black Horse Pike East, take jug handle to make left turn onto Piney Hollow Road. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only. Click here for our Facebook page. The Measley Family has been growing ONLY blueberries since 1939! USDA certified facility and fields. Porta-potties available. 
  • Rowand Farms - Pick Your Own: Strawberries; cherries (sweet & pie)
    Greentree Road & Dalton Drive, Glassboro, NJ. Phone: (856) 589-9234. Directions: 2 blocks from Delsea Drive. Open: Mid May - October 31, Sun. - Friday, 8 am to 7 pm (closed Sat). Strawberries, Sweet Cherries, Pie Cherries, Pick your own in Season (june). They also have already picked Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches, White Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Pears, Apples, Peppers, Zucchini, when in Season.
  • Royal Acres Farm - Pick Your Own: Okra; tomatoes; greens; collards; chowder peas; beans (string, butter, green); strawberries.
    2084 Winslow Road, Williamstown, NJ. Phone: (856) 728-9358. Email: southerncross@comcast.net. Open: May - September, Monday to Saturday 9 am to 6:30 pm. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Okra; tomatoes; greens; collards; chowder peas; beans (string, butter, green); strawberries. We also have Straw; beef

Salem County

  • Coomb's Barnyard - Pumpkins & potatoes
    20 Route 77, Elmer, NJ. Phone: 856-358-2589, Fax: 856-358-4607. Email: coombsbarnyard@hotmail.com. Open: July-October 2011, self-serve. Directions: 4 miles south of pole tavern circle on rte 77. We also have a roadside market / farm stand with Pumpkins & potatoes. 
  • Witsend Farm - Basil
    480 Garden Road, Pittsgrove, NJ 08318. Phone: 856-358-3189. Email: witsend480@yahoo.com. Open: Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm; September 17 to September 24, 2011. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only. Basil is naturally grown. you pick; whole plant. Freeze, dry, make pesto or any of your favorite dishes from this herb. Enjoy all year round!.

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


Above is the
2020 version of
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