There’s nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than juicy strawberries, blueberries, and peaches! Maine has some of the best of these fruits and they can be found at local farms throughout the state, so long as you’re willing to look around. And while it’s easy to pull over to a fresh fruit stand, we love heading to pick-your-own-fruit farms to do the berry picking ourselves. Luckily, there are lots of pick-your-own farms in Maine. Fun for all ages, these pick-your-own-fruit farms will let you, you guessed it, pick your own strawberries, blueberries, and peaches. Plus, you’ll have some fun doing it!

You should always get in touch with a pick-your-own-fruit farm before visiting since availability depends on ripeness, which can vary depending on the farm and season. As a general rule, the availability of fruit is:

Strawberries / mid-June to mid-July
Tart Cherries / early/mid-July to mid/late-July
Raspberries / mid-July to mid-August & early-September to early-October
Blueberries / mid-July to mid/late-August
Pears / late-August
Apples / Labor Day weekend
Plums / late-September

These local farms are just a portion of the places you can do some berry picking in Maine. There are tons of pick-your-own farms in Maine.

Fruit farms aren’t the only places in Maine to stock up on fresh produce. Another great way to find local fresh fruits and veggies is this epic farmer’s market in Maine. It’s been around for ages and you’ll find almost anything you want!

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Pick-Your-Own-Fruit Farms

Are there any other pick-your-own-fruit farms in Maine?

There are quite a few pick-your-own farms in Maine and one you don’t want to miss is Full Fork Farm. Located in China, the small-scale farm produces a variety of fruits and veggies, but most importantly, it’s got a u-pick strawberry field. During strawberry season, the hours for berry picking vary, depending on availability. In addition to the u-pick field, the farm’s got a self-service roadside stand.

Where else can I do some berry picking in Maine?

When it comes to berry picking, Goss Berry Farm is a must-visit destination. A Mechanic Falls staple since 1988, the farm started off with just a few blueberry and raspberry bushes. The farm has grown tremendously over the years, and now produces an array of berries as well as a variety of other fruits and veggies. Today, visitors can pick their own raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, peaches, potatoes, and flowers. Stevenson’s Strawberry Farm is another great place to do some berry picking in Maine. Located in Wayne, the family farm has been in the business of strawberries since 1974 and it shows! One of the state’s most popular pick-your-own-fruit farms, its you-pick field spans 16 acres.

Are there any other local farms that belong on my bucket list?

Fruit and produce aren’t the only types of farms in Maine worth a visit. There are quite a few local farms open to the public, including Smiling Hill Farm. Located in Westbrook, the family-owned farm is free to visit and open to the public. Fun for all ages, visitors can experience farm life firsthand by helping with farm chores, feeding the animals, perusing the farm’s market, or simply strolling around.

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