Top 10 U-Pick Farms In and Around Edmonton


U-Picks are a great way to spend a nice summer afternoon with the family and teach your kids where fruits and vegetables come from. Not to mention the deliciouisness that is fresh fruits and veggies! Here is a list of my top 10 U-Pick Farms In and Around Edmonton.

Happy Acres U-Pick

***Previously U-Pick- now WE Pick the produce and fruit available for you in farmer’s market style selection***

Where: #1-52225, Range Rd 273, Spruce Grove, AB T7X 3R6

When: May/June, Sat & Sun Only 10am-6pm. July/Aug, Fri-Sun, 10am-6pm. Sept, Sat & Sun Only, 10am-6pm. Oct, TBA weekends.

What: Vegetables & Fruit (check facebook for weekly list of items available)

How Much: No Admission for picking up produce or visiting the Treat Centre. $5/person admission for farm area/animal visit. Children under 2 are free.

What else: Treats Centre (fresh muffins, hot and cold drinks, Foothills Ice Cream), small farm store, playground, Animals (Animal feed available for $5/bag), Picnic area, Food truck events

Stay Connected: Facebook

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Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm

Where: 56311 Lily Lake Road, Bon Accord; 25 Km north of Edmonton, Alberta

When: Late July to Sept/Oct for U-pick

What: Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts, Pumpkins, Tree Nursery

How Much: $15/4L pail for mixed variety of veggies. General Admission Weekend: $19/adult, $17/child. General Admission Weekday: $17/adult, $15/child. Country store and market can be visited free without admission fee.

What else: Country store, Mazes (sunflower and corn mazes), Animals, Playgrounds, Train and Wagon Rides

Stay Connected: Facebook, Instagram

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Grove Berry Patch

Where: 52430 Range Road 265, Spruce Grove, Alberta

When: Late June to first frost

What: Vegetables (Beets, Carrots, Corn, Cucumbers, Peas, Potatoes, Squash and Zucchini) and local Berries (Saskatoons, Raspberries, Chokecherries, Cranberries, and Balck Currants)

How Much: $15/4L pail

What else: Wheelchair accessible. Pre-picked berries and frozen berries available.

Stay Connected: Facebook

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Big Rock Berry Farm

Where: 3-51310 Range Road 261, Parkland County, AB

When: Sometime in July, Check Facebook for updates

What: Strawberries, Rhubarb, Saskatoons, Raspberries, Cherries, Haskaps

How Much: ~$3-5/lb. Prices vary based on berry.

What else: Recipes


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Creekside  Berry Farm

Where: 51530 Rge. Rd. 260, Spruce Grove, AB

When: Approximately mid July – End of September based on berry, Open 7 days/week

What: Strawberries, Raspberries, Saskatoons, Black Currants, Cranberries, and Chokecherries

How Much: $2.50 – $3.50 /lbs based on berry

What else: Perennials, Trees, Shrubs, Roses, House plants, Home Decor

Stay Connected:  Facebook, Instagram

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795 Haskap Berry Farm U-Pick

Where: 48211 Secondary Hwy 795 Calmar, AB, Canada T0C 0V0

When: ~ first to second week of July

What: Haskap Berries

How Much: $15/bucket

What Else: Jams, Plants, Frozen Berries

Stay Connected: Facebook


Horse Hill Berry Farm

Where: 3203 211 Ave NE, Edmonton, AB T5Y 6P1

When: Late July to Late August, 7 days/week, 9am-6pm

What: 5 different varieties of Raspberries

How Much: $15/kg

What else: Delicious Recipes

Stay Connected: Facebook, Instagram


Strawberry Fields

Where: 140 Grandisle Road NW, Edmonton, AB

When: Sometime in July, check Instagram for updates

What: Seascape Strawberries

How Much: $5/lbs. Baskets provided

What else: Appointment necessary, not able to accommodate walk-ins


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Where: 54264 Range Road 213, Fort Saskatchewan, AB

When: Early September

What:  specialize in producing high quality fresh eating apples

How Much: >20 lbs -$1.60/lbs,  <20 lbs – $2.20/lbs,   ***Cash Only

What Else: Free from pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers


Somerset U-Pick Pumpkin Farm

Where: 1423 Township Road 514 Parkland County, AB

When: Late August to early September is the best time for pumpkin picking. Check social media for dates.

What: Pumpkins (close to 50 varieties this year, ranging in colours and sizes)

How Much: $25/car. Small pumpkins $1-$6. Jack O’Lanterns $0.60/lbs, Pie Pumpkins $1.40/lbs, Specialty Pumpkins $1.00/lbs.

What else: Outdoor photos, campfires year round, picnics, snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter

Stay Connected: Facebook, Instagram




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