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Creek Bed Farmacy invites your family to our strawberry patch!   Typically, starting mid-June, we are open to the public to start picking and enjoying our big juicy strawberries.  Take in the beautiful  views from our hilltop strawberry fields where we have 140,000+ strawberry plants with delicious berries ready for the pickin’! 

We are also happy to offer pre-picked that morning strawberries for purchase too.

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Picking Updates

Picking Updates

The 2024 Strawberry Season has ended.  See you in June of 2025!

Weather Policy

Our fields will close during severe weather (heavy rain, thunder, lightning or high winds) in order to protect our customers & employees.  Please check here or our Facebook page for last minute updates.  We do try and notify people as fast as we are able to when we have to close suddenly due to the weather, but it's always a good idea to check the weather report for our location prior to coming out to pick.  Also, we sometimes need to remain closed to allow fields to dry if we've had too much rain, even if the weather is nice.

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typical visit

A Typical Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Visit


Upon arrival you will be greeted by one of our friendly Farm-Assists who will direct you where to drive up to the U-Pick fields.  There is a $12 minimum purchase per vehicle.

Picking Strawberries

After you visit one of our handwashing stations, field runners will direct you to the row you will pick in.  If your tray gets full, the field runner will give you a new tray.

Picking Sugar Snap Peas

The peas are usually ready a week after strawberry season begins.



When you're ready to check out, you will visit the check out station on the East side of our vintage camper.  Pop your trunk and our farm-assists will total up your strawberries.  


Pre-picked Strawberries
Pre-picked berries are done for the season.  


Ten Tips for Berry Picking at
Creek Bed Farmacy

1. Farms have dirt: Sometimes mud and uneven ground.  Wear sturdy closed-toed shoes (straw hurts between your toes) or boots.  Wear comfortable, casual clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.  Also, a jacket comes in very handy on cool mornings or evenings.  Don't forget your sunscreen!

2. Check the harvest: Prior to coming out, make sure when the berries are ready for picking.  Also, we may have to close due to weather.  We update the berry hotline, our website home page and our facebook page.  Plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to the day's announced closing time in order to have time to pick.

3. No pets please: Farms are fun for the whole family, but due to food safety regulations we cannot allow your fur babies to come along.  Please leave them at home.

4. Bees: We LOVE our pollinators.  Without them we wouldn't have berries.  You will see them around the patch, but they're too busy doing their jobs than to bother with you.

5. Sampling the berries: This fruit is our paycheck.  We don't mind if you sample a berry (it's part of the joy of picking!), but please limit yourself.  The field is not an all you can eat buffet.  

6. Treat the plants with care:  Please watch where you're walking in the fields and stay within the paths.

7. Wastefullness:  Please do not intentionally drop or throw fruit.

8. Respect the farm: This is not only our place of business, it is our home and has been for the last 5 generations.  Please read and follow signs that inform you about rules & boundaries.  These are put in place to keep everyone safe.  When in doubt, ask one of our Farm-Assists.

9. Containers:  We provide them for FREE - no need to bring your own.  The new food safety regulations for u-pick farms now dictates that you cannot bring your own containers because we would be required to clean and sanitize them.

10. Enjoy your berries!


Caring For Your Strawberries

  • Strawberries are very perishable and need to be handled gently

  • Protect the berries from direct sunlight & intense heat, especially in your vehicle.

  • Store berries in lightly sealed, shallow containers in your refrigerator as soon as possible.

  • Do not wash or clean your berries until you are ready to use them.

  • Wash the berries in cold water.  DO NOT SOAK them.  They will become water-logged & lose their flavor.

  • Do not stack berries more than 3 layers high in container to prevent crushing.

  • Use berries in 3 days or less.  Our berries are much softer and juicier than berries from the grocery store, but that means they must be eaten faster.

Daily U-Pick Updates
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