Where to Pick Your Own Strawberries in Maine

Posted on June 20th, 2013 by dianeatwood | Nom Nom

Chandler strawberries 1 Where to Pick Your Own Strawberries in Maine

Is there anything else quite as delicious as a handful of freshly picked strawberries? The season is here! Check out the Catching Health list of farms across Maine that let you pick your own strawberries. Each listing includes a Strawberry Hotline number. You should always call ahead to find out when/if the picking fields are open.

WHERE YOU CAN PICK STRAWBERRIES IN MAINE, BY TOWN

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BOWDOINHAM

Fairwinds Farm
332 Augusta Road
729-1872

BURNHAM

Flying Fox Nursery and Farm
166 Pond Road
948-5535

CAPE ELIZABETH

Alewive’s Brook Farm
83 Old Ocean House Road
799-7743

Maxwell’s Farm
Off Two Lights Road
799-3383

Jordan’s Farm
21 Wells Road
767-2740

CARIBOU

Goughan Farms
872 Fort Fairfield Road
498-6565

McElwain’s Strawberry Farm
693 Sweden Street
496-6311

CORINTH

Tate’s Strawberry Farm
136 Puddledock Road
285-3410

CROSS LAKE

Hebert Farm
3929 Caribou Road Route 161
834-5065

DRESDEN

Goranson Farm
250 River Road
737-8834

Popp Farm
151 Popp Road
737-4351

EAST CORINTH

Adams Strawberry Acres
1409 Main Street
285-3324

FAIRFIELD

Forever Green Farm
74 Ten Lots Road
465-9649

FREEDOM

Raven’s Berry Farm
127 Raven Road
382-6329

FORT FAIRFIELD

T & D Farms
732 Forest Avenue
473-7786

GORHAM

Alquist Farm Stand
20 Small Pond Road
839-4080

Patten’s Berry Farm
269 County Road
839-4667

GRAND ISLE

Misty Meadows Organic Farm
1327 Main Street
895-6959

GREENE

Ridgeside Farm (Now closed for the season)
31 Anson Road
946-2091

LIMINGTON

Doles Orchard
Doles Ridge Road, between Routes 11 and 117
793-4409

LINCOLN

Ireland Farms
6 Sweet Road
794-8084

NEW GLOUCESTER

Pineland Farms/Gillespie Farms
752 Mayall Road
657-2877

NORTH BERWICK

Riverside Farm Stand and Greenhouse
323 Elm Street (Rte 4)
676-2868

OXFORD

Fairwinds Berry Farm
346 Skeetfield Road
890-9601

PALMYRA

Cray’s Produce
Rte. 151
938-2006

POLAND

Chipman Farm
62 Range Hill Road
998-2027

Verrill’s Vegetable Stand
270 Bailey Hill Road
998-2301

SANFORD

Lavigne Strawberry Farm
158 Whichers Mill Road
324-5497

SEBEC

Lamb’s Farm
Hughes Road
564-3008

SWEDEN

Pietree Orchard
803 Waterford Road
647-9419

TURNER

Dot Rupert’s Strawberry Farm
Fern Street (road name changes to Wilson Road)
966-2721

WALES

Roaring Brook Nurseries
639 Gardiner Road
375-8682

WARREN

Spear Farm & Greenhouse
Route One
273-3818

WAYNE

Stevenson’s Strawberries
Berry Road & Tucker Road
685-3532

WELLS

Spiller Farm
85 Spiller Farm Road
985-2575

WHITEFIELD

Sheepscot General Store
98 Townhouse Road
549-5185

 

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Happy picking! If you know of a farm that isn’t on the list, please let me know so it can be included.

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9 comments

  1. [...] have pints and pints of luscious freshly picked strawberries. I’m sure you know exactly what you’re going to do with the ones you [...]

    • Brenda Garrand says:

      Hi Diane, Patten’s in Gorham is on County Road not Country Road… My GPS was quite confused till I figured it out. Thanks for the list otherwise…

      • dianeatwood says:

        I’m so sorry about that Brenda. I fixed it. Thanks for letting me know and I hope you got lots of strawberries!

  2. Steven Verrill says:

    Could you please add our farm to your list? Verrill’s Vegetable Stand, 270 Bailey Hill Rd, Poland 04274. 998-2301 We are also on Facebook. Open 8-8 Daily. Thanks.

  3. Debra says:

    Was wondering about Fennimores outside of Lisbon Maine I think. Where are your recipes.

  4. Debra says:

    I went on the site for the Greene strawberry farm they are closed for the season already.

  5. Charity says:

    Such a useful post! We usually go to Maxwell’s (just went today, actually, and the berries are lush and juicy!) but would love to try out other farms and support local growers as well!

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