Blueberries have grown to become an important crop to farmers in Central Florida — and we can all reap the sweet rewards at U-Pick Farms near Orlando. Here’s where you can pick your own blueberries near Orlando or do a curbside pick up.
Some farms are still open for you-pick with necessary precautions in place, while others are offering online orders. Support your Orlando farmers and check each location for details on how to get fresh, local produce.
Fresh blueberries are ripe for the picking at U-Pick farms near Orlando starting in March or April through May. Each farm will have a different U-Pick opening date as the berries ripen, so it’s recommended to keep checking each location for their availability.
Before you go:
- Call first or look on the farm’s Facebook page to check on produce availability and hours of operation.
- Wear shoes you don’t mind getting dirty.
- Bring sunscreen and water.
- And be prepared for the long drive as some of the farms are a trek from Orlando.
WHERE TO PICK BLUEBERRIES IN ORLANDO
Beck’s Brothers Blueberries
12500 Overstreet Road, Windermere
Open 7 days a week, 9am to 5pm during season.
Blueberry Hill Farm
5000 Berry Groves Road, Clermont
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 4pm.
75 Note Road, St. Cloud
Far Reach Ranch
1255 S. Dora Blvd., Tavares
U-Pick is closed for now, but limited curbside pick up is available.
King Grove Organic Farm
19714 CR 44A, Eustis
Blueberries available for online purchase and curbside pickup.
Go to www.kinggrove.com to place an order and see the current curbside pickup schedule.
Lake Catherine Blueberries
5849 Lake Catherine Road, Groveland
Check Facebook page for more details on hours of operation. You will need to make a reservation online for a U-pick time, and it’s a $1 to hold your spot.
B & G Rucks Blueberries
1031 Oak Shore Drive, St. Cloud
Call 407-928-1261 to set up a picking time.
Southern Hills Farms
16651 Schofield Road, Clermont
The farm is open for online orders and curbside pickup, but you-pick is closed for now. You can order fresh blueberries, peaches, sunflowers, blueberry donuts and more.