Mark's U-Pick Blueberries

Pick Fresh Blueberries in Clermont
BIG ALERT!!!   LAST DAY FOR 2015 IS SAT. JUNE 27!
Picking Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 
CALL 352-394-2135 FOR UP TO DATE PICKING INFO

Just 20 Miles West of Orlando -- 60 Miles East of Tampa
Wednesday, Saturday
& Sunday - 8 am to 2 pm till Mid-July
700 ft East of  US 27 & Cty Rd 561 - 4.7 Miles North of SR 50


PLEASE!!! Call 352-394-2135 for directions & current picking info!   Updated hourly if needed!!!

2015 SEASON OPEN THRU SAT. JUNE 27

   

The phone message will have updates on June - July picking.

Normally, you can pick with us from mid-April till mid-July

 
 
 

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Blueberries are in season here at Mark's Blueberries from April till mid July.   We are a specialized grower and plant over 25 varieties.   Mark's Blueberries ripen as early as April and as late as July each year.   Because of our unique selection of varieties of blueberries, our picking season runs 12 weeks instead of the usual 4 week season of most Central Florida blueberry growers.   On any given day there will be several varieties available for you to pick.

These luscious blueberries, draped on emerald green bushes, are not only delicious, but are healthy for you as well.  They are loaded with antioxidants, potassium, and fiber; and what a treat to eat!  Great in smoothies, muffins, pancakes and pies. Oh the possibilities!  Sure, blueberries are always available in stores but, for the freshest sweetest fruit, why not a trip to Mark's Blueberries?
 
In the Clermont area, Mark’s U-Pick Blueberries welcomes the public.   A recent visit there revealed a mix of seniors, young adults, and families.  Old memories relived and new memories made, tasting and picking blueberries in the sunshine, right off the bush.
 
Mark’s U-pick Blueberries
18900 County Road 561
Clermont, FL 34715
Phone 352-394-2135 for info
Cash and personal check only
We cannot take credit, debit & check cards
 
Although we are not an organic grower, there are no sprays or pesticides applied to the blueberries between bloom and harvest.  They are ready to eat from the bush.
 
Sunscreen and hats are recommended, as are closed toe shoes.  After all, it is a farm field.
 
It’s recommended that you call ahead for information regarding crop availability.   Weather events can affect crop availability. Also, hours can change.  Should we run out of fruit for the day, we could be forced to close the blueberry field to picking at that time.
 
We provide picking buckets with plastic bag liners.  You can carry your blueberries home in the plastic bags.
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