Maryland April 20, 2018
You’ll Have Loads Of Fun At These 9 Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farms In Maryland
Warmer weather is on the way and one of the best parts about summer is all of the fresh fruit around the state. Check out these 9 local farms where you can pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and more. There’s no better way to kick off the season.
1. Larriland Farm (Woodbine)
At the beautiful Larriland Farm, picking season usually starts around late May with the first ripening of strawberries. You can
to see the harvest schedule, which includes blackberries, cherries, peaches, and more.
2. Shlagel Farms (Waldorf)
This local spot is known for their abundance of strawberry plants, which are usually perfect for picking in May. Once strawberry season is here, the farm is open seven days a week until all of the strawberries are gone, so plan your visit just right! Learn more about their strawberries by
3. Gorman Farms (Laurel)
Attend Gorman Farms Strawberry Fest for some of the freshest strawberries around. Picking season is only about 2-3 weeks in length, so stay up to date by visiting their
4. Butler's Orchard (Germantown)
Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, apples, potatoes and more -- Butler's Orchard has it all. Check out their crop calendar
to plan your visit at just the right time.
5.Homestead Farm (Poolesville)
This charming rural spot has a variety of pick-your-own fruit, including delicious tart cherries -- which are perfect for picking in June. Check out the other varieties of fruit by
6. Catoctin Mountain Orchard (Thurmont)
This orchard is located in a stunning location, surrounded by rolling mountains. Come and pick raspberries, cherries, blueberries, and more.
to view the pick-your-own fruit schedule.
7. Rock Hill Orchard (Mt Airy)
Picking season usually starts at Rock Hill Orchard in June. You can pick peaches, apples and more. Like their
to follow along as the season progresses.
8. Milburn Orchards (Elkton)
Stock up on grapes, berries, and more at Milburn Orchards. This family-friendly spot will re-open for the season on June 1st and we can't wait! Check out their website
9. Garden of Eden (Salisbury)
This underrated spot will reopen in June and has all sorts of pick-your-own fruit. They're most known for their peaches, which are always mouthwatering and juicy. Stay up to date by visiting their Facebook page
This list of pick-your-own fruit farms in Maryland just scratches the surface. What other ones would you add to the list?
For some beautiful images of farms around the Old Line State,