Always wanted to know how fruits and veggies are grown? Why not visit Quinn Farm and get to pick your own!! Take a tractor and wagon ride to the fields, and experience the pleasure of harvesting your own strawberries, blueberries, some garden veggies, sweet corn, apples, pumpkins, squash and Christmas trees. There’s nothing fresher than farm-grown fruits and veggies!
At Quinn Farm, strawberry season starts around the end of June, and lasts for about 3 weeks. Then blueberries are in season as of mid-July and last for about a month. Peas, beans and cherry tomatoes are usually ready to be picked at the same time, around mid-July. Sweet corn picking is available as of the end of July until September. Apples are ready around the end of August until the beginning of October, and pumpkins and squash are in season as of October until later in November. And Christmas trees are available from the end of November until Christmas! Dates are, of course, variable depending on Mother Nature, so is the length of each season, but you can always visit Quinn’s Farm social media to know exactly when crops are in season!
If you plan on visiting the farm often this summer, you might want to look into their season pass. It covers your admission cost for each visit, all you have to do is purchase a picking container once you arrive at the farm! The entire family will get excited about visiting the farm, and learning more about where their food comes from!