Pay your entrance fee at reception to be guided inside.
Ripe blueberries come off the stem easily when pulled.
Berries that are a uniform dark bluish color are ripe.
The fine white powder on the surface of blueberries is called “bloom.” This is a natural substance that protects the berries from disease and drying. It is perfectly safe to eat.
Fruit picking dos and don’ts
All fruit picked may be eaten on the spot.
Visitors are not permitted to carry fruit outside the facility. Pick only what you can eat.
Do not leave uneaten fruit behind.
Bags are not permitted inside the facility.
Do not break the branches or pick the buds.
Do not climb the trees.
Be very careful when using the ladders. Your safety is your own responsibility.
Anyone arriving drunk will be denied entry.
The facility owner assumes no responsibility for theft or accidents.