U-Pick Blueberry Farms

There is not much better than picking a handful of blueberries, snacking on a few, and putting the rest in your basket to be made into pie, muffins, or muddled into a delicious beverage once you get home. The Great Western Catskills is home to U-Pick blueberry farms that have rows and rows of blueberry bushes for your picking pleasure. It’s peaceful, it’s delicious, and it’s rewarding. Picking season starts in the middle of July and lasts through August or September depending on the weather and the farm, so browse blueberry farms below and fill your cheeks with juicy, ripe berries!

Blue Sky Farm Winery
779 Charcoal Road
Stamford, New York 12167
(607) 652-4712
Roughly 5 acres of the farm is covered by the two main types of blueberries, Patriot and Blue Crop. Enjoy picking blueberries in the heart of Summer 2024. Visit their website for hours.

In the foreground are blueberry bushes full of deep blue blueberries. In the background is a bright blue sky and rolling hills.

Photo courtesy of Blue Sky Farm & Winery

 

Northstar Blueberry Farm
595 Franklin Heights Road
Franklin, NY, 13775
The farm specializes in heritage varietals and has over 13,000 blueberry bushes that are a combination of Bluecrop, Blueray and Patriot. They are open for You-Pick every weekend, starting in mid-July, from 9am to 5pm. They supply buckets for picking and freezer bags so you can take your berries home.

 

a white hand is full of plump, dark blue blueberries in front of a green blueberry bush

Photo courtesy of Northstar Blueberry Farm


Steve’s Greenhouse
37784 State Highway 10
Hamden, NY 13782
(607) 746-6006
While Steve’s Greenhouse has all sorts of plants and flowers for your garden, they also offer blueberry picking in their field. Call the greenhouse for more details.

Windy Knob Blueberry Farm
6517 Turnpike Rd, Delhi, NY 13753
(607) 746-2991
Family owned and operated for 40 years, they are open 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset from mid-July until all the berries are picked in late September or the beginning of October.

 

close up photo of a blueberry bush full of plump, deep blue and purple blueberries.

photo courtesy of Windy Knob Blueberry Farm