FROM LATE JUNE UNTIL OCTOBER
We welcome you to experience pick your own
(PYO) strawberries like never before with our vertical, hydroponic growing system. This uniquely designed way of growing allows you to pick standing up and not on the ground; crawling on your hands and knees! Hand-select what you bring home while making memories and enjoying a one-of-a-kind AG-venture.
Our strawberries are ever-bearing, which means that they will continue to produce berries from late June until October or the first hard frost.
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PYO Strawberry Hours
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - Noon or until we're picked out for the day. Because our vertical growing system makes picking fast and easy, we recommended arriving before noon. Our farmstand will still be open throughout the day for other vegetable sales.
Price & Payment Methods
We charge $4.00 per pound for PYO strawberries. Cash is always preferred but we also accept local checks, and Visa, Mastercard, & Discover.
We are located 8 mileas east of Clinton off of Route 10. It is hit and miss when using our address with a GPS device, Mapquest, or Google Maps when locating our farm. You might end up VERY LOST! We recommend using the driving directions on our Driving Directions page or these coordinates when using a GPS device: 40.113557, -88.827004.
Know Before You Arrive
We are only going to offer pick your own strawberries on Saturdays at this time.
Strawberries will be available to pick while supplies last on Saturdays.
Dress for the weather. Wear light-colored, cool, loose fitting, cotton clothes on hot days. Closed-toe shoes are recommended.
Wear and bring with you sunscreen, a hat or visor and sunglasses.
Bring plenty of bottled water to drink.
Bring a small cooler with ice pack if it is a very hot day or if you have more than a 30 minute drive home.
We will provide containers for you to use and take home.
A picnic area and restroom facility is available.
Once you arrive, please check in with someone at our farm for picking instructions.
Visit our Pick Your Own page to learn more about other pick your own crops at the farm.