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Pick Your Own Fruit at New Jersey Farms and Orchards
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The summer season is close to winding down, but there's still lots of pick-your-own fruit available at New Jersey farms and orchards. Here's where you can go to find peaches, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and more. And remember, the apple and pumpkin season is right around the corner, too!
Always call the farm before you go for crop updates, weather conditions, fees, picking times, and to make sure the farm isn't "picked-out" and closed for picking as a result. These crops are coming to the end of their seasons, so end dates could be at any time.
84 Route 513 (Old Route 24)
9 am–7 pm daily.
Open now for peaches, nectarines, cantaloupe, blueberries, and blackberries.
Full picking details, including "what can I pick today?" here.
91 Wemrock Rd.
9 am-3 pm daily
Open for picking peaches and nectarines.
Check in at the Country Store before heading out to the fields.
$1 Membership Card required per family or group.
No pets allowed; cash only. Limited crop availability; more information here.
244 Wierimus Road
Open for peach picking. Country store is open daily 8 am-7 pm.
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