Where You Can Pick Blueberries in Maine

Posted on July 16th, 2015 by dianeatwood | Catching Health Stories, Nom Nom
Estes Farm Blueberries

Estes Farm in Buxton

If you’re looking for a farm that will let you pick your own blueberries, you’re in luck because there are several in Maine.

Most places open mid to late July, but some not until the first of August. If a farm has a website or Facebook page, I included a link. I’ve also added information about pesticide use whenever possible.

I hope you find what you’re looking for! Remember, it’s really important to check ahead to make sure a farm is open for picking.


Blueberry Hill Farm
231 Blueberry Hill Road
(207) 457-1151
Highbush berries. No rake needed

Kelly Orchards
82 Sanborn Road
(207) 636-1601
Crops are grown using integrated pest management (IPM)


Bessey Ridge Farm
359 Bessey Ridge Road
(207) 509-0414


Dragonfly Meadow Blueberry Farm
16 West Lane
(207) 985-7884
The owner says her blueberries are “organically grown” and that she has never used a chemical pesticide in more than 20 years of growing.


Sites Farm
98 Joaquin Road
(207) 654-2063


Beddington Ridge Farm
1951 State Highway 193
(207) 638-2664
Downeast Maine wild blueberries. Use sustainable farm production. practices


Card’s Fruit Farm
195 John Small Road
(207) 353-4789
Closed Monday and Tuesday. Open the rest of the week from 8 am to 7 pm


Blue Sky Farm
508 Weir Cove Road (Cape Rosier)
(207) 326-9099
Certified organic saltwater blueberries


Estes Farm
158 Waterman Road (New entrance to farm)
(207) 929-5886

Little River Flower Farm
160 Turkey Lane
(207) 929-3967
Organic blueberries


Circle B Farms
287 East Presque Isle Road
(207) 498-8238
Highbush berries. Integrated pest management


Wagner’s Maple Sugar House
448 Vassalboro Road
(207) 445-2214
Look for the big white flag out front and have a great time picking!


Pleasant View Blueberry Farm
2nd house on left on Pease Hill Road (coming from center of town)
(207) 625-3719
“So far we haven’t used ANY insecticide on our bushes or berries.”

Pleasant View Blueberry Farm in Cornish

Pleasant View Blueberry Farm in Cornish


Winslow Farm
291 Gray Road
(207) 878-8787
MOFGA-certified organic berries


Steep Hill Farm
26 Clyde Wells Road
(207) 685-4155
Highbush berries


Orchard Ridge Farm and Specialty Food Market
236 Sebago Lake Road
(207) 239-0442


Alexander’s Wild Maine Blueberries
79 Alexander Way
(207) 570-7500
Low bush blueberries

Alexander's Wild Maine Blueberries in Greenfield

Alexander’s Wild Maine Blueberries in Greenfield


Hebert Farm
Route 161
Guerette, ME
Highbush blueberries


Perseverance Wild Blueberry Farm
Campbell Road & Preble Lane
(207) 314-3937 or (207) 745-4572
Not your usual Downeast Maine wild lowbush blueberries — they’re sour-tops. Great flavor! The blueberries are grown using Best Management Practices to minimize the use of pesticides.


Berry Best Farm
33 Colburn Way
(207) 457-1435
Eleven different varieties that ripen at different times throughout the season.


Treworgy Orchards
3876 Union Street
(207) 884-8354
Available from mid-July to mid-August


Libby & Son U-Picks
86 Sawyer Mountain Road
(207) 793-4749
Acres and acres of  highbush blueberries. We follow a strict Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program.


Doles Orchard
187 Doles Ridge Road
(207) 793-4409
Make sure to check the Facebook page first!


Sewall Orchard
259 Masalin Road
(207) 763-3956
“Our farm is a place that welcomes all living organisms. Therefore, we use no substances that are toxic or that kill.”


Goss Berry Farm
311 Elm Street
(207) 346-6811

Barry picking blueberries

Nothing sweeter than my husband Barry picking berries


Firth’s Fruit Farm
26 Intervale Road
(207) 778-3904
Unsprayed blueberries says the owner


Nancy Place Homestead
The driveway is at 1313 Bald Mountain Road, but the actual address is 50 Nancy Field Road
(207) 949-0880
Customers should drive 5 mph through the shared driveway 1/4 mile to the check in. Please call ahead for weekday picking/raking. Weekends should be fine.


McNally’s Farm
31 Frenchville Road
(207) 528-2110
Please call ahead of time.


Peace and Plenty Farm
1232 Reeds Mill Road
(207) 639-5550
Lowbush wild organic blueberries to pick by hand, not with rakes.


R & L Berry Farm
22 Berry Road
(207) 685-4709
Highbush blueberries – easy to pick. Owner Leane Reed says the blueberries are awesome.

Me picking at R& L Berry Farm. The blueberries were just like Leane said — awesome!

Me picking at R & L Berry Farm in Readfield. The blueberries were just like Leane said — awesome!


Pleasant Mountain Blueberries
25 Tolman Lane
(207) 236-6596


Ives Berry Farm
133 Flag Pond Road (just one-half mile from Route 1)
Seven varieties of high bush berries. PYO or prepicked quarts as available. Check Facebook for hours.


Payeur’s Blueberry Farm
Otis Allen Road
(207) 324-3200
Blueberries are nearly ready for picking. Check Facebook page for updates.


Crabtree’s Blueberries
703 Bridgton Road
(207) 787-2730
It is going to be a very good picking season!


Screamin Mimi’s Perfect Pickins
364 West Front Street
(207) 474-2137
Owners says she doesn’t spray any poisons — goes the organic route. Over 10 varieties of highbush berries.


Crummett Mountain Farm
305 Crummett Mountain Road
(207) 549-7314
MOFGA-certified organic wild blueberries.


Rivard Farm
110 Blanchard Road
(207) 324-5566
Enjoy the fruits of their labor!

Rivard Farm in Springvale

Rivard Farm in Springvale


Staples Homestead
302 Old County Road
(207) 567-3393
Certified organic, usually ready about the first of August.


Pietree Orchard
803 Waterford Road
(207) 647-9419


Our Blue Cottage Blueberries
531 Wilson Hill Road
(207) 458-7658
Morning/afternoon/evening picking available. (Call or text ahead suggested)

Rupert’s Berry Farm
519 Wilson Hill Road


Spiller Farm
85 Spiller Farm Lane
(207) 985-2575
Just minutes from Route 1 in Wells. Minimal pesticide use.


Wilton Blueberry Farm
83 McLaughlin Road
(207) 645-2128
No pesticides, herbicides. or fungicides are used.

What does Integrated Pest Management mean?

This is how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines Integrated Pest Managment, which several farms use in Maine:

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.

The IPM approach can be applied to both agricultural and non-agricultural settings, such as the home, garden, and workplace. IPM takes advantage of all appropriate pest management options including, but not limited to, the judicious use of pesticides. In contrast, organic food production applies many of the same concepts as IPM but limits the use of pesticides to those that are produced from natural sources, as opposed to synthetic chemicals.

I have a recipe for you

If you want to add someone/something or notice an error please let me know — post a comment at the end of the post or send me an email.

I hope you have a great time picking blueberries — if you’ve got a recipe to share, please do! Here’s one from me: The best blueberry cake I ever ate!

Interactive map

If you’re a visual person, I created this awesome interactive map just for you! Click on the link at the bottom of the image to expand the map. Happy picking!

CommunityWalk Map – Where You Can Pick Blueberries in Maine

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  1. Rika Susan says:

    Wonderful resource you are creating here, Diane! How I love all kinds of berries…but where we live they are really scarce. It is so great to have them in the juice recipes I enjoy creating. These little gems are powerhouses when it comes to nutrients.

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  3. Sarah says:

    I am not sure Card’s in Bowdoin is still doing it. I drove out today and there are no signs of it :( so safe

    • dianeatwood says:

      Thanks Sarah, I took them off the list. Tried calling them, but haven’t heard back.

    • dianeatwood says:

      Sarah, Card’s should be opening soon. One of the sisters called me. The will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays, but open the rest of the week from 8 am to 7pm. I put them back on the list.

  4. Molly Mercer says:

    We are new to pick your own this year, located in Orland. We are ready for handpicking now along the edges of our field and anticipate opening for raking August 1 . 207-949-0880 or mainefarmstore@gmail.com

  5. Bonny Clark says:

    Hi Diane,
    Great resouce for these antioxidant packed babies!
    Thanks much!

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