Pick your own strawberries from our one-and-a-half acre berry patch. We offer clean fields at the front of our family farm in Kinston, NC.
Let us do the picking. Grab a bucket (or two) at our farm market. Our strawberries are picked fresh the same day you buy them.
Students of all ages can learn about farming. Each 2-hour tour includes a hay ride, strawberries to take home, ice cream and more.
Strawberries are typically ready for picking from mid-April to early June. The exact start and end of the season can depend on weather and other factors.
Camarosa Strawberries. Best picked when blood-red in color, this variety holds up well for pies, shortcake and freezing. In our opinion, it's the perfect strawberry.
Just come on out to our farm near Kinston. We provide containers for your strawberry picking. Pick all the berries you want for as long as want. We don’t even mind if you enjoy nibbling on a few while you’re out there picking.
Absolutely not. You’ll find plenty of buckets filled with strawberries picked fresh that same day at our produce stand. If you're waiting on others to pick the fields, you can relax at a picnic table and enjoy some homemade ice cream.
We're glad you asked! You can buy pre-picked berries by the bucket at our roadside stand at 2325 NC Hwy 258 N in Kinston.
You bet! You'll love the creamy homemade taste. We also have chocolate and vanilla ice cream. Available only at our farm location.
All ages are welcome. Picking your own strawberries is fun for the whole family. It’s also a great time to teach kids about where our food comes from plus remind yourself how flavorful strawberries are supposed to taste.
Call 252-560-9749 today to book your field trip. This 2-hour student adventure includes an educational farm tour, hayride, a quart of strawberries, a cup of homemade ice cream and a coloring book. The cost is $8 for each child and adult. Teachers free.
Using enlarged photos, we engage the children in an interactive and age-appropriate discussion on how strawberries are grown. Students will learn about land and soil preparation, farm equipment and the importance of pollination and honey bees. We also cover the role of leaves in photosynthesis, the basic needs of a plant and irrigation system. The session ends with learning how fruit matures and how to pick a ripe strawberry!