15 Strawberry Picking Farms In Houston – Best Fruit Picking Near You

Are you wondering “Where can I pick strawberries near me in Houston?” Don’t worry we have you covered with this strawberry picking guide for Houston.

Strawberry (and other berry) picking in Houston typically starts in the spring and lasts into the very early summer months, but regardless of the time of year, there’s usually some seasonal fruits and veggies available for picking at these farms!

There’s no better way to give your kids a real life experience and let them learn the ropes of a farm by starting to pick their own produce. The Houston area has no shortage of farms to pick your own fruits and veggies all year long.

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Get your jamming jars out and read more below for our best picks for picking strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, cucumbers, okra, citrus, and more in Houston!

Harris County

1. Atkinson Farm

Atkinson Farm in Spring typically has blackberries, cantaloupe, and watermelon in the summer, plus a whole host of other produce throughout the year, like strawberries from December through May. Beets are grown all year long- Brussels sprouts and cabbage are also in season right now. You can pick your own or shop in their store! Click here for their picking calendar.
Where: 3217 Spring Cypress Road, Spring, TX 77388
When: Monday to Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm | March 1 – October 31

2. Chmielewski Farm

This farm in Hockley will open late May and is a great place to pick blueberries. Hours can change based on availability of ripe blueberries, weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. Grab a bucket, container or zip lock bag! They carry honey seasonally but they’re out right now. The berries are $5 per pound.
Where: 23810 Bauer Hockley Rd, Hockley, TX 77447
When: Wednesday 7:30 am to 1:00 pm, Saturday 7:30 am to 1:00 pm

3. Party Barn Farm

Party Barn Farm uses natural growing practices to provide asparagus, blackberries, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, onions, peaches, peppers, plums, summer squash, tomatoes and other vegetables. It also packages and distribute heirloom and open pollinated seeds. The farm is open March through July.
Where: 18611 Becker Rd, Hockley, TX 77447

4. Blakelock’s Berries

This farm in Grangerland grows a variety of blackberries and blueberries. They grow three different varieties of thornless blackberries and two varieties of blueberries. Check their Facebook for updates throughout the season.
Where: 15501-15735 FM 3083, Conroe, TX 77302
When: Open from the middle of May – early July | Wednesday – Sunday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

5. P-6 Farms

This one has everything for the perfect outing for your family? With produce, flower fields, a pumpkin patch, farm activities, animals and so much more, there is something here for everyone. Visit us at P-6 for wide open fun!
Where: 9963 Poole’s Road Montgomery, Texas 77356
When: Saturdays & Sundays 9:00 am – 1:00 pm | May 29 – June 13

6. Sanctuary Blueberry Farm

This is a family friendly farm in Montgomery that has blueberries ready to pick during the season! Never any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or weed killers used on our fields. Bring your gloves, sunscreen, and a hat.
Where: 18430 Kinkaid Rd W, Montgomery, TX 77316
How Much: Price for the berries is $4 per pound

Austin County

7. Thomas Family Ranch

This ranch in Sealy grows blackberries seasonally during May and June. The ranch also raises goats, horses, and border collies- how fun! Check their Facebook for openings and closings.
Where: 12753 Hahn Rd, Sealy, TX 77474

Fort Bend County

8. Blessington Farms

Blessington Farms in Simonton is for more than just picking berries- you can find a variety of activities all year long. They offer strawberry picking in Houston from December to May, blueberries in May and June, blackberries June and early July, and a pumpkin patch from late September through October. Check their Facebook page for updates!
Where: 510 Chisolm Trail, Wallis, TX 77485
When: Saturday to Sunday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Brazoria County

9. Froberg’s Farm

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Froberg’s Farm in Alvin offers strawberries, blackberries, watermelons, tomatoes, bell peppers, and more at various times throughout the year. They also have pick-your-own flowers! Click here to view their extensive produce calendar.
Where: 3601 Hwy 6, Alvin, TX 77511
When: Sunflower Trail is open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
How Much: Entry is $5 per person for sunflowers, $2 for blackberry picking

Galveston County

10. Fruits ‘n Such Orchard

This orchard in Dickinson often has tomatoes, peaches, yellow squash, and a few other items ready to go. Prices and news updates can be found on their Facebook page.
Where: 6309 Avenue U, Dickinson, TX 77539
When: Fridays and Saturdays, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Grimes County

11. Jollisant Farm

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Jollisant Farm in Plantersville has strawberries, blueberries, eggs and fresh vegetables for great prices. The also have a small playground and picnic area. A small corn maze and pumpkin patch are available to visitors during the fall season. They make their own jams, jellies and pickles and these fresh goodies can be purchased from the farm store.
Where: 11351 County Rd 203, Plantersville, TX 77363
When: Open 7 Days a Week 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

San Jacinto County

12. Wood Duck Farm

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Wood Duck farm in Cleveland often has cantaloupe and tomatoes ready for the picking as well as corn, basil, beans, and more this time of year. The farm is 87 acres and is comprised of wetlands, small garden plots, a farmhouse with kitchen, greenhouses and wooded tracts. On Saturdays Wood Duck Farm can also be found year-round at the Urban Harvest Farmer’s Market located in Houston. Click here for their picking schedule.
Where: 270 Pine Valley Rd, Cleveland, TX 77328

Walker County

13. Bius Berry Farms

Bius Berry Farms in Huntsville has blueberries ready for the picking. Be sure to bring hats, sunscreen, and plenty of water at this huge farm! They recommend calling or texting Tasha (936-577-8912) or Daniel (936-661-7437) before heading over to pick.
Where: 203 Dahlia Rd Huntsville, TX 77320

Jefferson County

14. B & M Farms Blueberry Patch

This is a family farm in Silsbee is open for blueberry picking with very affordable prices. They use no pesticides so you can eat while you pick! The farm also has a country store selling pure Texas vanilla, jellies, raw honey, and much more.
Where: 2345 Blueberry Patch, Armstrong, TX 77656
When: Opening Saturday, June 5, 2021

Chambers County

15. Berryland Farms

Berryland Farms in Winnie grows a variety of produce all year long. Right now, they have tons of blackberries, green tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. Check Facebook for details and updates!
Where: 2877 FM 1941 Rd. Winnie, TX. 77665
When: Tuesdays through Saturdays | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Editor’s note: Please note that availability of fruits at these farms changes by season. The staff at HoustonOnTheCheap tries to bring you the most up to date information. However, as always, please check with the farms before heading out.

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