Where to Pick Your Own Raspberries, Blueberries in Erie County

Kids love pick-your-own farms!

By Kara Murphy July 14, 2020

The summer harvest is coming in fast in Erie County! First was strawberries, then cherries and now it's time for pick-your-own raspberries and blueberries.

Here are four Erie County farms where you can take your kids to pick raspberries or blueberries right now.

Three things to note before heading out:

  • Farms can sometimes change hours on short notice depending on weather, fruit availability, and other factors. It's best to call ahead to make sure pick-your-own is available that day. 
  • Bring your own containers or bags. Many farms charge extra for containers.
  • Bring cash. Some of the farms don't take credit cards.

♥️Pick-your-own raspberries♥️

Open now:

Berries and Blooms

5255 Wheelertown Road, Waterford, Pa.

(814) 438-8113

Mason Farms

8603 West Lake Road, Lake City

(814) 774-8592

💙Pick-your-own blueberries💙

Opening July 17:

Clorley Farms

9069 Route 89, North East


Open now:

Hulings Blueberries and Farm Market

5095 Old State Road, Edinboro


Mason Farms

8603 West Lake Road, Lake City

(814) 774-8592

Looking for an Erie, Pa. farmer's market? 

There are lots of stands open in the county, especially in North East and Lake City. If you want to stay closer to the city you can check out the Little Italy Farmers Market. Here are the details:

🌽Little Italy Farmers Market🌽

331 W. 18th St., Erie

Details: Every Monday from 3 to 6 p.m. June 29-Sept. 28

Featuring produce grown in the SSJNN Urban Farm by Little Italy teens and several local farms including Post Apple's, Finck's Produce, No Dirt Farms, French Street Farms, Strawberry Lane Produce, Blooming Valley Farms, Wild Field Farm, USCRI Erie's Flagship Farms, and more. SNAP, WIC and FMNP Senior Vouchers are accepted and MATCHED to encourage local eating! Major credit cards also accepted. 

Masks, sanitizing, distancing and other procedures will be in place to ensure a safe experience for all. 

Do you have a favorite pick-your-own farm we're missing? Let me know at and I'll get it added!