19069 Blueberry Hill Rd., Kiln, MS 39556 - Hancock County, Mississippi 228-255-5979
2013 Picking Dates (updated 6-17-2013):
June 18 - July 2 2013: Tuesday and Thursday, 7am-11am and 4pm-7pm
(Fruit ripening will determine if we will be open
Saturdays, Check website or phone greeting the day before.)
(Note: June 4 2013 was 1st picking day for 2013.)
$7.00 per gallon. CASH ONLY. Change made for no larger than $20.00 .
No pets allowed.
Children must stay with and be supervised at all times by the adults who brought them.
Always check website (or check phone message on 228-255-5979) for details and updates of dates and times to confirm information before you come to pick. (There can be unforeseen circumstances and we may have to close due to weather, run out or change dates, times, etc.)
When we will be open depends on fruit availability, therefore, it is suggested to start checking website in May for when we will be open.
Note: In general, our usual days when we are open:
month of June, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
We provide buckets for picking.
If the Blueberries ripen earlier than expected and if we decide we can open before June, then we post it on the website and send email to the Blueberry email list
any "early opening" you-pick blueberry dates and times. So if you would like to receive any "early opening" (May) or "late openings" (July) you pick blueberry emails, then email us to be sure we have your current email address. If you do not receive the email, check the website for updates.
BE PREPARED: Closed shoes required.
> Protect yourself against sun exposure, wearing a hat is suggested.
> Water provided. Bring other beverages.
> There are picnic tables and benches in shade for your convenience.
> You pick at your own risk, picking blueberries is outside, there can be
hot weather, uneven ground, insects, etc., and other conditions of nature.
We are a member of the Gulf South Blueberry Growers Association and the North American Blueberry Council. Our farm is listed on the U-Pick farms list at http://nabcblues.org/upick.htmunder Mississippi.
We have had so many customers ask "What makes YOUR blueberries taste so good?"
We believe that one of the secrets to better tasting food is freshness. And what could be fresher than You-pick blueberries!