North – Northeast Florida (Jacksonville, Gainesville)

Abshier Blueberry Farm
3960 SE 115th Street, Belleview, Fl. 34420

Take Hwy 441 to Belleview. Head west on 110th Street 3/4 of a mile. Turn left on 40th Avenue and take it until it dead ends into our farm.

We have six different varieties on 7 acres, very clean and well maintained, shade for parking, bathrooms, picnic tables and rides by golfcart for those unable to walk to pick. We take cash and most major credit cards.
Tuesday through Sunday from 8:00am to 6:00pm
Abshierblueberryfarm@gmail.com
352-817-2660
http://AbshierBlueberryfarm.com
Aunt Zelma’s Blueberries
21209 U.S. 301, Island Grove, FL 32654

Aunt Zelma’s Blueberries U Pick Farm is located south of Gainesville, Florida, and north of Ocala in Island Grove on U.S. Highway 301 just north of Alachua County Road 325. For Google Maps GPS use, the city listed needs to be Island Grove, for other mapping and GPS, the address may show up as Hawthorne. The farm is actually in Island Grove, but different map systems approach the rural address differently. The Google Map Address is 21209 U.S. 301, Island Grove, FL 32654 The Apple Maps Address is 21209 Sid Martin Hwy, Hawthorne, FL 32640 For Coordinates, use Lat: 29.459782, Lon: -82.10779100000002

Aunt Zelma’s Blueberries is a locally owned and operated business located on property owned by the Hadley Family in Island Grove, Florida, south of Gainesville next to historic Cross Creek.

We have seven varieties of blueberries on the property, including Windsor and Sweet Crisp. We provide the buckets and weigh the blueberries that are actually picked. Although the market price varies, typically the price runs approximately 4 dollars a pound which is approximately 1/2 of the typical grocery store price.

We do have picnic tables under shade trees so that you have the opportunity to make it a real outing, and we are conveniently located right on US Highway 301 approximately 18 miles north of Ocala. We would very much enjoy having you and your students come visit us at Aunt Zelma’s Blueberries.
There is limited u-pick during the week, but on Friday, Saturday and Sunday the facilities are fully manned starting at 9 AM through 5 PM, though we realistically close around 6 PM because we still have people in the field.
rhadley@swannhadley.com
407.647.2777
http://www.auntzelmasblueberries.com
Baumer’s Fruit
5671 NW 165th St, Trenton, FL, 32693

Trenton, West on Hwy 26 for 3.4 miles, Left on Hwy 341 for 2.6 miles, Left on 165th St for .5 mile, Left side, blue double wide at the back of a field.

Small blueberry u-pick. Be sure to call before you come out. 28 April we are about 1 week into picking. We do not spray, but blueberries look great, just wish the peaches were as good.
Open 8AM to 6PM Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
johnbaumer@yahoo.com
352-535-5053
Blu By U
5571 Long Branch Road

Take Normandy past Diamond D Ranch to McClelland Road to Long Branch Road through the big gate.

Tue and Thu 9am-1pm Sat 9am-6pm
blubyujax@gmail.com
9044651811
http://blubyujax.com
2459 n.e 98th st. Anthony, Fl. 32617

from Ocala:highway 441/301 N to hwy 326. Turn Rt on 326 West. Turn lft on 200A/ old jacksonville rd.Follow the signs to blueberry downs

wednesday,saturday and sunday 8-4
bigmare97@yahoo.com
352-216-9107
http://www.blueberrydowns.com
BRAD’S ORGANIC BLUEBERRIES
7450 NE 135TH STREET, BRONSON, FLORIDA 32621

LOCATED JUST OFF HWY 337, 5 MILES NORTH OF BRONSON, FLORIDA AND 9 MILES SOUTH OF NEWBERRY, FLORIDA

THE FARM IS ONLY OPENED FOR U-PICK WEEKENDS IN JUNE
8 AM – 5 PM SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS IN JUNE
BRADSBLUEBERRIES@WILDBLUE.NET
352 486 4367
Deep Spring Farm
16419 W CR 1491, Alachua FL 32619

Deep Spring Farm is located in north central Florida, midway between Gainesville and Lake City. The farm can be reached via I-75 exits 404 or 414. This is the scenic northwestern part of Alachua County, just south of the upper section of the Santa Fe River. It is a short drive from the cities of Alachua: Ten miles north of Alachua, straight up County Road 241, then left on County Road 1491, then 0.8 miles to entrance on left. Enter at the blue Deep Spring Farm canoe sign. Shaded parking available most times of day. Bring a cooler, cash, hats and sun protection – berry patches are in full sun. If you cross the Santa Fe River into Union County, you drove a mile too far on CR 241. Turn around and go back to the first road on right, CR 1491.

Alachua Florida’s Deep Spring Farm grows well to be well: organic fresh food ~ U pick fruits ~ permaculture plants. Catch up with the farmers and inspect natural farming methods for yourself. Park in the shade, walk the nature trail, choose homemade refreshments, picnic under oaks at the 1 ac 35’ deep springfed pond. Join the email list for priority strawberry and blueberry U pick hours and recipes. With your support, we host nursery plant sales, gardening workshops, farmfit workouts, and special events. Call / text / email ahead to visit NW Gainesville’s U pick destination, 10 miles north of Alachua. Grow well ∞ Be well ∞ Michael and Leela Robinson
Call/text/email ahead: most mornings, some afternoons and evenings
farm@deepspringfarm.com
352.507.8128
http://www.deepspringfarm.com/
762 Pine Dr. Woodbine, Ga 31569

Exit 7 (Harrietts Bluff Rd.) , the east 3 miles (toward the ocean), left on Pine Dr., go to the end of Pine Dr.

26 Cultivars of organic blueberries and some blackberries.

Member of the Fla. Blueberry Growers Association since near its beginning
Daily from 8 to 7 (starting in late April??-check web site)
gwkrewer@gmail.com
229-392-1388
http://www.harriettsblufffarm
10665 state road 51

Head south on state highway 51 3.5 miles from the roundabout on the right

10665 state road 51
After 5 m-f. All day Saturday and sunday
wohurst@windstream.net
3862093551
Lochloosa Creek Farms
17343 SE County Road 2082

15 miles East of Gainesville 15 miles South of Waldo 20 miles North of Ocala 10 makes West of Interlachen

Open @ 10am
Lochloosacreekfarms@yahoo.com
1-352-494-3672