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Strawberry Picking in Washington – Where to Go?

In summer, what’s better than a day spent picking delicious, fresh strawberries with friends or family? in this blog, we’ll discuss strawberry picking in Washington.

Firstly, we’d like to say there’s nothing like it. You get to enjoy your harvest fresh or use the strawberries to make something even more delicious. Secondly, at the farms on this list, you’ll not only find ripe, tasty strawberries but a great experience! 

When is strawberry picking season in Washington?

The strawberry season in Washington is relatively short, lasting only from June to July. However, certain varieties of strawberries are everbearing and last longer, from June to September. 

To make sure you don’t miss out on Washington’s u-pick strawberries this year, be sure to call the farms you’re considering visiting ahead to ask about expected availability.

[Related: Guide to U-Pick Crops in Washington State]

Where can you pick Strawberries in Washington?

Here’s where you can find some of the best u-pick strawberries Washington has to offer.

Swans Trail Farms

At Swans Trail Farms, you can enjoy a dedicated two-and-a-half acres of Shuksan, Sweet Sunrise, and Hood strawberry varieties. 

Notable for its corn maze, Swans Trail Farms was originally founded in 1984 as a dairy farm. While you won’t see any cows during your visit, you can still find goats, chickens, rabbits, and sheep. 

Make sure to attend their Fall Festival. You can even rent their space and use it as your wedding venue! Here, you’ll also enjoy views of the surrounding mountains while you pick ripe strawberries.  

Swans Trail Farms 

Phone: (425) 334-4124

Address: 7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish, Washington

[Related: Where to U-Pick Cherries in Washington State]

Biringer Farm

Biringer Farm has been growing delicious strawberries since 1948. However, the farm also offers raspberries, tayberries, blueberries, and blackberries. 

What’s more, you can attend seasonal events, purchase fresh produce from their farm market, and even take an interactive tour around the beautiful area. 

Biringer Farm 

Phone: (425) 259-0255

Address: 21412 59th Ave NE, Arlington, Washington

Duris Cucumber Farm

Duris Cucumber Farm is located in Puyallup and has been family-owned and -operated since the 1950s. While cucumbers may be their specialty, Duris Cucumber Farm also offers local strawberries for picking. 

However, during your visit, be sure to hone in on your pickling skills with an exciting demonstration! 

Duris Cucumber Farm 

Phone: (253) 922-7635

Address: 6012 44th St E, Puyallup, Washington 

Remlinger Farms

Products from Remlinger Farms are found in grocery stores throughout the Northwest. Additionally, the farm offers Birthday Party Packages, educational tours, and more. 

Moreover, the farm attracts over 200,000 visitors each year from around the globe. 

Their u-pick strawberry season usually begins in June, and may finish in early July due to popularity. 

Remlinger Farms 

Phone: (425) 333-4135

Address: 32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation, Washington

Picha Farms 

You can find Picha Farms in both Puyallup and Tacoma. While you can purchase raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries, picking strawberries is only available during June and July. 

The strawberry varieties you’ll find here include Puget Crimson, Totem, Sweet Sunrise, Charm, Shuksan, Mary’s Peak, and Hood. 

Picha Farms 

Phone: (253) 841-4443

Address: 6502 52nd St E, Puyallup, Washington

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