Rhode Island July 14, 2019
You Can Pick The Most Delicious Fruits All Summer Long At This Rhode Island Orchard
Nothing says summer quite like a fresh bushel of berries – and at this family-owned orchard in Rhode Island, you can pick them to your hearts content! If this family-friendly activity isn’t already on your summer bucket list, go ahead and pencil it in.
Dame Farm and Orchard is situated on land that has been owned by the Dame family since the 1840s.
Address: 91B Brown Ave, Johnston, RI 02919
This quaint family orchard offers an impressive selection of U-pick fruits all summer long, starting with delicious blueberries - in season now!
There's no need to bring your own container for the u-pick orchards. Dame Farm supplies a five pint container for just $15.00.
If you don't need that many blueberries, bring your friends and pick together!
Or you can always purchase pre-picked blueberries at the orchard store.
Either way, $15.00 will get you a whole lot of deliciousness and a fun-filled outing at the orchard.
Whether or not you fill the five pint container, U-pick sessions will still cost $15.00, so you might as well get your money's worth and fill 'er up! Between blueberry jams, pies, and muffins, the recipe possibilities are endless!
And blueberries aren't the only fruits you can pick at Dame Farm and Orchard.
Later in the summer season, Dame Farm comes through with a huge selection of U-pick apples! Almost every variety is available at this family-owned orchard.
If picking your own fruits isn't quite your style, Dame Farm also has a well-stocked farm store with fresh vegetables, fruits, and a selection of local honey.
It simply doesn't get much better than this local gem!
Just when you thought it couldn't get any better...
There are even U-pick flowers! Dame Farm and Orchard is a literal field of dreams in the summer with pick-your-own sunflowers and zinnias. Pick your favorite berries, then pick yourself a bouquet before you leave!
Trust us - you'll want to add this place to your summer bucket list immediately.
For more information on the U-pick season, activities, recipes, and more, visit Dame Farm and Orchards online at