10 Places to Pick Your Own Strawberries!

Updated: May 25, 2024 Short URL: gonj.me/straw24

10 Places to Pick Your Own Strawberries! And many are open this weekend!

Looking for a fun and delicious activity this Memorial Day weekend? Check out these top 10 farms in New Jersey where you can pick your own strawberries!

1. Snyders Farm (Somerset) -- Enjoy a delightful day of strawberry picking at Snyders Farm, known for its family-friendly atmosphere and fresh produce.

2. Johnson's Corner Farm (Medford) -- Johnson's Corner Farm offers a fun-filled day with strawberry picking, hayrides, and a market full of delicious treats.

3. Alstede Farms (Chester) -- Alstede Farms provides a charming countryside experience with strawberry picking, farm animals, and homemade ice cream.

4. Phillips Farms (Milford) -- Head to Phillips Farms for a great strawberry picking adventure, along with beautiful scenery and fresh farm produce.

5. Terhune Orchards (Princeton) -- Terhune Orchards is perfect for family outings with its strawberry fields, farm store, and weekend activities.

6. Donaldson Farms (Hackettstown) -- At Donaldson Farms, you'll find excellent strawberry picking, fresh produce, and a lovely farm market.

7. Wemrock Orchards (Freehold) -- Wemrock Orchards is known for its delicious strawberries and welcoming environment, perfect for a family day out.

8. Melick's Town Farm (Oldwick) -- Melick's Town Farm offers a wonderful strawberry picking experience along with beautiful orchard views and fresh produce.

9. Stony Hill Farms (Chester) -- Stony Hill Farms offers strawberry picking in a scenic farm setting, along with fresh produce and a country store.

10. Sussex County Strawberry Farm (Andover) -- Sussex County Strawberry Farm is a family favorite for strawberry picking with beautiful fields and fresh, sweet berries.

Get ready for a berry good time at these farms this Memorial Day weekend! Happy picking!

About the author - Jeff C.

 Jeff C.
Jeff C. is a web developer in Central New Jersey that has a passion for helping folks get outside and explore NJ. He works on a few Outdoor-centric sites, including GetOutsideNJ, the NJ Outdoor Map, ExploringAllaire, and more. Please visit getoutsidedevelopment.com to learn more!

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