For over ten thousand years, wild, native, lowbush blueberries have delivered a flavor that is sweet and yet tart. Pick your own cultivated high bush or wild low bush berries to enjoy immediately, or freeze for a later season.
Blue Sky Farm | Brooksville
Blue Sky Farm grows organic, saltwater berries that visitors can harvest with a winnower and rake on the edge of the ocean. Follow a morning in the fields with a picnic lunch at Bakeman Beach overlooking Penobscot Bay.
Spiller Farm | Wells
In mid-July, blueberry season kicks off at Spiller Farm with a selection of highbush berries. Children can admire the cows and calves, while a farm store offers light lunch and snacks.
Perseverance Wild Blueberry Farm | Kingsbury Plantation
Beginning in early August, Perseverance offers a unique, sour-top strain of lowbush berries. The harvest experience is traditional and involves a rake, bucket, and antique winnower.
Libby & Son U-Picks | Limerick
Libby and Son U-Picks offers 30 acres of sustainably grown highbush berries, as well as a tram and children’s activities like face painting. In the afternoon, hike in the nearby Sawyer Mountain Highlands or try one of their homemade blueberry donuts.
Winslow Farm | Falmouth
Highbush U-pick starts at Winslow Farm in the middle of July and continues through the first week of September. During a visit, purchase organic produce and herbs, along with perennial and annual flowers.
Rupert Berry Farm | Turner
Raspberries, elderberries, and highbush blueberries at Rupert Berry Farm draw in visitors, who rave about the quality of the fruits and service.
Alexander’s Wild Maine Blueberries | Greenfield
Two generations of the Alexander family operate this lowbush blueberry farm, opening in early August. Collect your own berries or order fresh, ten-pound boxes, which are available for pickup within 24 hours of harvest.