Pick Your Own Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries & Blackberries
Have you ever wished you could pick out every single strawberry yourself, making sure you had the sweetest, juiciest berries, picked just the way you like them?
Well, you can at our family farm in Hobart, Indiana.
U-Pick Strawberry Season
Strawberries at Johnson's Farm Produce are typically ripe in early June, but if you are coming out just to pick, please call us at (219) 962-1383 to be sure we have strawberries available.
New this year, we will provide a bus to take you to the strawberry fields, where you can personally pick just the berries you want. Sampling is allowed!
When you are ready to go, we'll bring you back from the field and weigh your strawberries. Bring the whole family, and teach your kids how their food is grown, and just how delicious fresh-picked can be.
Don't miss the Strawberry Madness Festival, Saturday and Sunday, June 15 & 16.
Do you like to freeze strawberries, or make strawberry jam?
No problem, pick plenty so you have a supply throughout the year.
Pick Your Own Blueberries Season
Begins on Saturday, July 6th!
Sweet, Nutritious Summer Blueberries!
Nutritionists tell us that there are few foods better for our health than the delicious, sweet blueberry, and you can pick your own at Johnson's Farm Produce.
And don't miss our fabulous day of family fun, Blueberry Madness, Saturday, July 13th! Fresh blueberry shortcake, pie eating contests, blueberry Sundaes, and fun for the whole family! Homemade blueberry donuts will be ready at 7 a.m. at Marilyn's Bakery.
Fall Means Raspberries and Blackberries
Our berries have a distinctive, rich, full flavor, excellent for fresh fruit enjoyment, and perfect for jams, jellies, and frozen desserts.
Check our ripening calendar for approximate seasons. If you are coming out just to pick, please call us at (219) 962-1383 to be sure we have the berries you want available.
Raspberries and Blackberries ripen around the first of August and will be available for customers to pick your own, in season.