9 U-Pick Berry Farms to Visit Near Vancouver

Berry picking at Krause Berry Farms in Langley

Krause Berry Farms in Langley. Photo: Destination BC/Albert Normandin

What could taste more like summer than freshly picked berries? Stock up on delicious strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries, and some specialty berries too. You can buy pre-picked fresh berries or pick your own at these nine farms near Vancouver.

Until further notice, in line with the public health order, non-essential travel into, within, and out of BC is not recommended. BC residents, let’s do our part by continuing to stay small and support local with your immediate household, in accordance with the latest guidelines.


U-Pick Berry Farm Tips

  • Dress for the weather. Berry farms are open rain or shine so pack accordingly. Don’t forget sunscreen and a sunhat for sunny days and a rain jacket and rain boots for wet days.
  • Keep COVID-19 considerations in mind. Right now, you aren’t allowed to bring your own containers or eat berries while you pick. At some farms, you need to book a U-Pick time in advance. Others may require masks. Call ahead or check farm websites for more info.
  • Know what’s in season. Strawberries are usually available in June. Raspberries are ripe in late June and early July. Blackberries and blueberries are ready in July and early August. Call ahead or check farm websites for up-to-date availability.


Emma Lea Farms, Delta

This family farm is located on quiet Westham Island near Ladner. They have a farm market with lots of fresh fruits and veggies too. Don’t miss their ice cream!

Berries: Strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries, tayberries, black currants, blackberries, and blueberries available fresh and U-pick.

Location: 2727 Westham Island Road, Delta

More info: Emma Lea Farms

Strawberry picking

Photo: Shamefaced/Pixabay


Didar Berry Farm, Delta

If you’re looking for blueberries, head to Didar Berry Farm near Burns Bog in Delta since blueberries are their specialty.

Berries: Blueberries available fresh, frozen, or U-pick.

Location: 5580 104 St, Delta

More info: Didar Berry Farm


Surrey Farms, Surrey

In addition to U-pick fields, this South Surrey farm has two farm stands selling their berries as well as fresh Okanagan produce.

Berries: Strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries available fresh and U-pick.

Location: 5180 152 Street, and 4981 King George Blvd, Surrey

More info: Surrey Farms


Krause Berry Farm, Langley

Krause Berry Farm started with berries, but now they have so much more. Shop for produce and locally made items like jelly at The Porch Market. Treat yourself to a waffle with berries at the Waffle Bar (open Friday to Sunday). Or try some wine at the Estate Winery.

Berries: Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries available fresh, frozen, and U-pick.

Location: 6179 248th Street, Langley

More info: Krause Berry Farm

Waffles at Krause Berry Farm

Waffles at Krause Berry Farms. Photo: Destination BC/Hubert Kang


Driediger Farms, Langley

The Driediger family has been growing and selling berries in Langley since the 1960s. They grow several different types of berries across 160 acres of land and have an Environmental Farm Plan to reduce their impact.

Berries: Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, red currants, and raspberries available fresh and U-pick.

Location: 23823 72 Ave, Langley

More info: Driediger Farms


Maan Farms, Abbotsford

Make a day of it at Abbotsford’s Maan farms. They have wine tasting, strawberry slushies, goats to feed, strawberry mini donuts, and a family-friendly Barnyard Adventureland. And of course, lots and lots of berries to pick.

Berries: Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries available fresh or U-pick. Note: advance booking recommended for U-pick.

Location: 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

More info: Maan Farms


Bumbleberry Farms, Abbotsford

This family-run farm has been growing strawberries since 1969. They have raised strawberry beds so you won’t have to bend over to pick!

Berries: Raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries available fresh, frozen, or U-pick.

Location: 31580 Huntingdon Road, Abbotsford

More info: Bumbleberry Farms


Blueberry Junction, Abbotsford

This Abbotsford blueberry farm isn’t certified organic, but they do have “no-spray” fields that use organic sprays during the growing season.

Berries: Blueberries available fresh, frozen, or U-pick.

Location: 28473 Huntingdon Rd, Abbotsford

More info: Blueberry Junction

pints of blueberries

Photo: Elizadean/Pixabay


Formosa Nursery, Maple Ridge

If you’re looking for certified organic blueberries, head to Formosa Nursery on the border of Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge. They have organic pears, persimmons, raspberries, currants, and grapes for sale too.

Berries: Certified organic blueberries available fresh, frozen, or U-pick.

Location: 12689 – 203rd Street, Maple Ridge

More info: Formosa Nursery

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