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5 Blueberry Farms to Check out this Summer

Photo by: Richie’s Blueberries

Summer to-do list: go blueberry picking! For when you need a break from the beach days and swimming pools, there are a handful of blueberry farms around Pensacola that will make for a sweet summer afternoon.


A spring cold snap caused several local blueberry farms to delay their season or even cancel the season this year, but we did some research and found a few to follow for all things bloobs and berry updates. 

Located in Milton at 8655 Highway 89, this family owned blueberry farm’s goal is to create a family friendly experience, to educate consumers, and to produce healthy and quality fruit for all to enjoy. Follow their Facebook page for berry updates and changes in hours.

Toucha Blueberry Farm

Located at 7100 Molino Rd, this blueberry farm will be opening towards the later part of June and updates their Facebook page with hours and blueberry updates. Also enjoy boiled peanuts on select days and Muscadine grape picking in the fall.

Find this farm in Robertsdale, Alabama at 21909 County Rd where ‘sampling is encouraged’. Established in 2011, Gardner’s Berry Farm has grown to 3,000 blackberry plants and 1,200 blueberry bushes. Their blackberries won’t be back until 2024, but this year’s blueberry updates can be found on their Facebook page.

Located in East Milton at 5060 Ronnie Rd, Richie’s season goes from Memorial weekend to the second week in July unless we get picked out. Follow their Facebook for all the updates and beautiful berry content.

Lyrene’s Farm

Head over to Fairhope, Alabama for this farm at 11911A Alabama, AL-10. This well-established farm that has provided fresh, high quality berries in Baldwin County, AL for over 30 years. Find more information on their new Facebook page. 

The bluer the berries, the sweeter the juice, happy blueberry picking!