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Local Love: Eagle's View Farm U-Pick Blueberries

July 16, 2014


So, here's the thing.  We discovered the BEST place for picking blueberries last year and it just happens to be right down the road.  The berries are amazing.  Amazing!!  You literally stand in one place and pick, turning from time-to-time, to fill up a bucket.  There's that many berries.

And their size?  Big.

Big, juicy and sweet.



Not that I want even more people to discover my blueberry honey-hole but if you haven't picked there and you live in this area, you have no idea what you're missing.  Eagle's View Farm in Galway is, by far, the best u-pick field for blueberries in this area {my opinion}.


They have limited days/hours to ensure their bushes are picked relatively evenly, so, as you can imagine, Saturday's are packed.  Their prices this year are $2.20 per pound.  When you enter their property off of Route 29 you can park anywhere in the field on your left.  It fills up quick so if you don't want to walk up the hill to get to the fields go early.


If you bring a bucket or container have it weighed for it's tare weight before you pick.  When you first get into the blueberry field the check-in is on the right {it's also the check-out stand}.  If you forgot bags I believe you can get them at the stand.  And don't forget your sunglasses and water!

Happy picking!!


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