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Pick-Your-Own Cherries in NJ

Pick-your-own cherries at New Jersey farms near you.



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Pick-Your-Own Cherries in NJ

The middle of June is peak season in New Jersey for cherries (though some varieties don't start until later in the summer). Here's where to pick your own at New Jersey farms

Always call the farm before you go for a crop update, weather conditions, fees, picking times, and to make sure the farm isn't "picked-out" and closed for picking as a result.

 

Gloucester

Mood’s Farm Market
901 Bridgeton Pike, Mullica Hill
856-478-2500
Mon–Sat: 8 am–7 pm

Mercer

Lee Turkey Farm
201 Hickory Corner Rd., East Windsor
609-448-0629
Mon–Sat: 9 am–6 pm, Sun: 2–6 pm

Terhune Orchards
330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton
609-924-2310
Mon–Sun: 9 am–5 pm

Monmouth

Battleview Orchards
91 Wemrock Rd., Freehold
732-462-0756
Daily: 9 am–6 pm

Warren

Stoneyfield Orchard
5 Orchard St., Belivdere
908-475-5209; stoneyfieldorchard.com
Thurs. and Fri.: 3 pm to dusk, and Sat.: 10 am–6 pm

And to know what's next on the pick-your-own calendar, check out this handy New Jersey Harvest Calendar.

Looking for more fruits and veggies to pick? Get our complete list of farms here

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