U-Pick Blueberry Farm
Our 2017 Pick-Your-Own blueberry season starts on Thursday July 20th! Please check out our new hours below. We are now open Wednesday evenings until 8pm. On Saturdays we will be closing at noon so we can prepare for a summer full of privately booked events!
Picking blueberries at our scenic farm makes for a relaxing and enjoyable activity. It is a great way to spend a few peaceful hours with special people in your life. Our field is netted to protect the berries from the birds, and you will go home with some fond memories and healthy locally grown fruit. Large groups can be accommodated with advance notice.
We also offer Ready-Picked blueberries, hand-picked by our crew of local students.
Pick your Own:
Blueberries – only $2.65 lb
Ready Picked: Call ahead to make sure we have enough freshly picked!
Blueberries – $4.00 lb
(Cash, cheque and debit)
Our 2017 Hours during Berry Season!
Monday, Tuesday 8 am – 4 pm
Wednesday – 8am – 8pm
Thursday, Friday 8 am – 4 pm
Saturday 8 am – 12 Noon
Sunday – CLOSED
- Field conditions and opening hours will change depending on weather and fruit ripening stages. Follow us on Facebook for daily availability and updates
- Berry Season may run until approx. late August
- Pick your own or Ready picked
- We supply the containers
- All berries are sold by weight in lbs
- Children are welcome but must be supervised for safety reasons
- Sorry but no pets are allowed
- We provide clean washrooms.
Blueberries are a great, healthy food! They have many important nutrients and minerals, including calcium and anti-oxidants. Our farm is a quiet natural setting where you will hear many birds and few cars. You will also get a few hours of sunshine while reducing your food miles.
Arrowwood Farm is a family-owned and operated business, and we appreciate your support. By purchasing our produce, you are effectively joining the harvest of local fresh food in the region, supporting the employment of local students, boosting the London-Middlesex economy, and promoting ecologically sustainable production methods.
In 2016, we started the transition to organic growing practices. According to the Organic Council of Ontario:
Organic agriculture is a holistic approach to production which promotes and enhances biodiversity, protects long-term soil health and respects ecological balance through the use of environmentally and ecologically sustainable practices.
U-Pick Blueberry Farm
The Lord will indeed give what is good, and our land will yield its harvest.