When the harvest is ripe for the picking, head out on a family adventure to one of these u-pick berry farms in the Edmonton area! While our growing season in Edmonton is not as lucrative as some, we are still able to produce some juicy and delicious berries. Raspberries, Saskatoon berries, strawberries, cherries, haskaps and more – YUM! These eleven u-pick berry farms in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove and St Albert offer u-pick for various berries, and some of them also offer vegetables or pre-picked options as well!

U-Pick Berry Farms in the Edmonton Area


Big Rock Berry Farm

Big Rock Berry Farm | July to September

Hours: By Appointment. Evenings 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Address: 3-51310 Range Road 261, Spruce Grove AB
Phone: (780) 886-3387 (Tim & Amber)
Website: www.bigrockberryfarm.ca

U-Pick Strawberries, Rhubarb, Saskatoons and Raspberries. Season opens in July – watch the Facebook page for picking updates. Come enjoy the beautiful farm & pick a pail!


Bokey Farms Haskaps

Bokey Blooms Farms | July – August

Hours: Weekday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm | Weekends 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Address: 55231 Highway 2 Sturgeon County
Phone: (780) 667-5308
Website: www.bokeybloomsfarms.ca

Just 10 minutes north of St Albert, this farm specializes in Haskap Berries – Canada’s new superfruit. Come pick your own during the month of July, or purchase frozen year-round.


Creekside Berry Farm | July to September

Hours: Varies. Check their Facebook page for current hours.
Address: 53418 Range Road 231, Sherwood Park
Phone: (780) 417-3128
Website: Facebook Page

Saskatoon berries and raspberries. Cash only, they provide the containers for picking. This is a working farm, so keep in mind that children need to stay close by parents for safety reasons.


Creekside Home & Garden Centre | July to September

Hours: Mon to Weds 9:00 am – 5:15 pm | Thurs & Fri 9:00 am – 7:15 pm| Sat  9:00 am – 5:15 pm | Sun CLOSED
Address: 51530 Range Road 260, Parkland County
Phone: (780) 470-0527
Website: www.creeksidehomeandgarden.ca

This garden centre has more than plants and flowers – they have lots of berries for picking as well! Depending on the season, there are strawberries, raspberries, black currants, saskatoons, chokecherries and cranberries. Admission to pick Strawberries is $2 for the bucket, and restricted to ages 6 and up. All other berry picking does not require admission.


Happy Acres U Pick | May to September

Hours:  10:00 am – 6:00 pm (weekends in May, June & September)
10:00 am – 6:00 pm (Friday to Sunday in July & August)
Address: #1-52225, Range Rd 273, Spruce Grove
Phone: (780) 968-0099
Website: www.happyacresupick.ca

If you’re looking for a little bit of everything, this farm has pre-picked berries as well as a huge variety of vegetables available for purchase.  While there, you can visit the farmyard, animals and playground for a $5 admission fee, 2 and under is free. Follow their Facebook page or call to see what items are available each week.


Horse Hill Berry Farm | July to September

Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm daily
Address: 20304-33 St NE, Edmonton
Phone: (780) 245-4930
Website: www.horsehillberryfarm.ca

Get those irresistible raspberries by the pail-full! Perfect for eating on their own or using in jams, desserts or baked goods.Horse Hill Berry Farm offers four different varieties of raspberries!


Prairie Garden U-Pick Strawberries

Prairie Gardens | Mid-July to Mid-August

Hours: Wednesdays & Saturdays at 9:30 am until picked out
Address: 55231 Highway 2 Sturgeon County
Phone: (780) 921-2272
Website: www.prairiegardens.org

Visit Prairie Gardens to U-Pick strawberries and enjoy all of their family-friendly farm activities like a train ride, petting farm, playgrounds and bale mazes. Choose a U-Pick Pass with farm admittance for all the attractions, or simply come out and pick strawberries and pay by the pail. All ages welcome!


Rosy Farms Haskap U-Pick

Rosy Farms | Mid-July to Early August

Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Tuesday to Sunday
Address:57114 Range Road 264, Alcomdale
Phone: (780) 951-1015
Website: www.rosyfarms.com

Rosy Farm specializes in haskaps, growing over 6 varieties in a peaceful U-Pick environment. Visit Tuesday to Sunday – no appointment needed. Check the website for availability before heading out. On Saturdays, they also offer farm tours on regenerative & organic farming at 10 am & 2 pm, until August 6, 2022.


Steven's Strawberries

Stevens Strawberries | 2nd Week of July to Early August

Hours: By Appointment – early morning or afternoon timeslots. Closed on Sundays
Address: On Highway 13, 1 km west of Highway 2 (exit 482B)
Phone: (780) 352-2924
Website: www.stevensstrawberries.com

Offering spray free strawberries 30 minutes South of Edmonton. U-pick or pre-picked options available. Book your admission tickets ahead through their website.


Strawberry Fields | July to September

Hours: By appointment
Address
: 140 Grandisle Road NW, Edmonton
Phone: (780) 708-1331 (text only)
Website: www.sbfields.com

Family run strawberry farm located only 30 minutes from downtown Edmonton. It’s a one stop shop for juicy, red strawberries. Baskets are provided on site, operating only be appointment via their website.


The Berry Farm Upick

The Berry Farm | July to September

Hours: 10:30 am – 5:00 pm by appointment (weekends only)
Address
: 52002 Range Road 232, Sherwood Park
Phone: (780) 918-3221
Website: Facebook Page

Haskaps, currants, strawberries, raspberries, Saskatoon berries, cherries and more! Appointments are recommended and sometimes required. Weekday evening appointments available upon request. They do not allow children 12 and under, so this one is for the older kids (and parents!)


The Grove Berry Patch

The Grove Berry Patch | July to August

Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Address: 52430 Range Road 265, Spruce Grove
Phone: (780) 962-5824
Website: www.groveberrypatch.com

A full blown Saskatoon berry orchard, as well as raspberries, cranberries and some vegetables too. Frozen Saskatoon berries are available to purchase as well – big taste with no work. Evenings are available by appointment.


Happy berry picking!

Days and hours may change due to weather or supply. It is a good idea to call the farm directly or double check their latest social media updates before you plan a visit.