U-Pick Farms

U-Pick farms
U-Pick farms

For the freshest produce possible, pick it yourself! It’s healthy, economical and fun for the whole family.


Carini Farms

15039 Port Sheldon St.
West Olive
616-399-2052
carinifarms.com

Carini Farms is a fourth generation, family-owned farm, which dedicates over 200 acres to the production of blueberries. The farm is committed to producing the highest quality berries, while being good stewards of the land and environment. The family believes that strong roots in the community and a commitment to producing quality fruit is what makes their operation so special.
The farm offers U-pick blueberries during the harvest months, July and August. Don’t miss Carini’s Deep Dish Blueberry Pizza recipe on pg. 28.

U-pick hours:
Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.,
Sunday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.


Crane Orchards

6054 124th Ave. (M-89)
Fennville
269-561-8651
craneorchards.com

Crane Orchards offers visitors the pleasure of sharing all the wonderful fruits and activities the farm has to offer. Depending on the season, U-pick options include 17 varieties of apples, 10 varieties of peaches and sweet cherries.
Fall activities at Crane Orchards include a 15-acre corn maze, featuring a new design every year; a cow train that provides great fun for the kids; and a tractor-driven hayride that lets visitors enjoy a tour of the farm, orchard and woods.

U-pick hours:
Cherries — End of June: Call ahead for hours
Peaches — August: Call ahead for hours
Apples: Usually around Labor Day weekend, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.


Dee’s Lakeshore Farm

1672 70th St.
Fennville
269-227-3287

Dee’s Lakeshore Farm has been family-owned and operated for over 50 years. The 40-acre farm near Lake Michigan grows and sells a variety of in-season fruits and vegetables, including apples, blueberries, peaches, pumpkins, tomatoes, asparagus, strawberries, cherries, apricots, plums, squash, sweet corn, pears, melons, beans, peppers and raspberries. It also has honeybees that produce delicious honey for purchase.

Open May-Oct., 8 a.m-8 p.m.
U-pick is offered for blueberries and raspberries in season.
U-pick hours: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.


Reenders

9981 West Olive Rd.
West Olive
616-842-5238
reendersblueberryfarms.com

Family-owned and operated since 1956, Reenders farm 12 different varieties of blueberries on 800 acres. In addition to fresh blueberries, other local fruit is available for purchase (when available), such as raspberries, cherries and peaches.
The store sells ice cream bars, many flavors of jam, honey, syrup, blueberry pies, muffins, canned fruit and vegetables, muffin mixes, gourmet caramel popcorn, Michigan souvenirs and Reenders toy semi-trucks.

U-pick hours: Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Store hours: Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.


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For the freshest produce possible, pick it yourself!

Earl’s Farm Market

1630 Blue Star Hwy.
Fennville/Glenn
269-227-2074
earlsfarmmarket.com

Earl’s berry fields span 45 acres and have three varieties of strawberries, six varieties of raspberries and blackberries, and five varieties of blueberries available for U-pick.
While at Earl’s, don’t miss the bakery and ice cream shop, along with the Michigan farm market. The market offers a variety of baked goods, including homemade fruit pie, bread, donuts and Sherman’s Ice Cream — made locally in South Haven.

Open seven days a week
May–Oct., 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, 8 a.m.–9 p.m.


S. Kamphuis Blueberries

4140 148th Ave.
Holland
616-399-9545
skamphuisblueberries.com

The Kamphuis blueberry tradition has continued into the fifth generations. With over 70 years of blueberry-farming experience, the Kamphuis family is committed to providing a family-friendly atmosphere and clean, safe U-pick fields. The farm is known for fresh blueberries in-season and fresh-frozen blueberries in the offseason.
The farm offers U-pick blueberries at their peak of flavor, mid-July through mid-August. An on-site store sells ice cream, blueberry coffee, muffins and other blueberry products.

Open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–8 p.m.;
Saturday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

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