Organically Grown Blueberries! No Pesticides. No Chemicals. No Herbicides. All Natural.
U-Pick at Stone Hill Blueberry Farm
Here at Stone Hill Blueberry Farm, we provide quart measured buckets for you to pick in. However, please bring your own containers or bags to take them home in (we do sell buckets at cost). Our 2021 price per pint is $2.75 ; Payment of cash or credit card (min 20$ or above) can be made after blueberries are picked and measured.
Don’t forget to pack the following items for your visit:
- Plenty of water or something to drink to keep you hydrated
- Sunblock to protect yourself from the suns UV rays
- Bug spray for those buggy days
- Hat to keep sun out of your face or to keep the bugs away
- Sunglasses to protect your eyes
- Belt or rope for hanging bucking at picking level so you can use both hands
- Containers to take your yummy blueberries home in
Bring the family!
Bring the family along to enjoy the experience of u-pick blueberry outing at the farm. Please feel welcome to pack a picnic for your family for before or after you pick. Children are always welcome!
The Blueberry Farm
U-pick Stone Hill Blueberry Farm, has been operated in Chenango County New York for over 31 years. We have been producing delicious organically grown blueberries for the local area for all these years and have many satisfied customers who return yearly, sometimes driving 60 miles or more to get their berries. People vacationing from as far away as Maine and Florida have visited, and have taken blueberries home with them.
We were featured on the news watch it here.
So why do customers return to the Blueberry Farm? Here are some reasons:
- Delicious Blueberries
- Friendly family oriented environment
- Beautiful view
- Children welcome
- Pets Welcome
- Clean and Sanitary Restroom
- Picnic tables and chair
- No chemicals or pesticides or herbicides used
- In business since 1968
Come visit soon!! The feeling of sunshine, fresh air, beautiful scenery and u-picking your own blueberries is absolutely a joy.
Organic grown u pick farm