DownEast Acadia is famous for its “lowbush blueberry” better known as the wild blueberry. The wild blueberry is the official state fruit of...
Pick-your-own farms are just plain fun for people of all ages, but children especially love them. Get into the spirit by raking your own blueberries (rakes provided!), or picking apples, strawberries, and other fruits, plus vegetables and even flowers. You’ll be sure to go home with baskets full of delicious produce, plus other wares the farms are sure to offer—jams, pies, fresh eggs, maple syrup tapped straight from the tree!
Hog Bay Blueberries - blueberries
207 Hog Bay Road, Franklin: 207-565-3584, email@example.com
July 25-Sept. 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily.
Nancy Place Homestead - blueberries, maple syrup from trees on farm, fresh eggs, fresh cider www.thenancyplace.com
1313 Bald Mountain Road, Orland: 207-949-7662, firstname.lastname@example.org
Self-serve and always open until the blues are gone, but call ahead to meet animals or with questions.
Shalom Orchard - Organic blueberries, organic apples
Eastbrook Road, Franklin: 207-565-2312, email@example.com
Call for hours and availability.
Beddington Ridge Farm - wild blueberries
Route 193, Beddington: 207-638-2664, firstname.lastname@example.org
August and September in dry weather; call for hours.
Blue Barrens Farm - fruits and vegetables
88 Pea Ridge Road, Columbia: 207-483-4196, email@example.com
Late June through September, Wednesday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m., or call for an appointment.
Crossroad Farm - flowers
Indian River Crossroad, Jonesport: 207-497-2641
July through September, Sunday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Molly's Orchard - strawberries and apples
Point Street, Columbia Falls: 207-483-4178, firstname.lastname@example.org
In-season daily until dark
Plantation Perennials - sweet grass stalks
453 West Street, Princeton: 207-796-2698, email@example.com
Mid-summer or at any time as desired; call for hours.