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Strawberry Picking in South Florida

Strawberry Picking in South Florida

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South Florida Strawberry Picking

South Florida strawberry picking has become a family tradition for us. For the past several years, I have taken the kids to a local strawberry patch where they are able to pick their own strawberries. We usually make our way to the strawberry patch in December or January, as that is when the strawberry patches start to welcome guests for strawberry season. It’s a fun outing that I look forward to each year. Actually, I can hardly express how much my kids enjoy walking through a field of unlimited snacks strawberries.

This year we visited Bedner’s Farm in Boynton Beach. While there, we picked loads of strawberries from their u-pick strawberry patch. I always imagine that I will use the strawberries to make some decadent dessert dish, however, I usually end up just pairing them with Nutella or shredded coconut and almonds. Delicious!

Strawberry season in Florida runs from December through April. I’ve gone in December and January and always been happy with the pickings. Unfortunately, I am unable to say whether it’s better to go strawberry picking earlier or later in the season. 

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South Florida Strawberry Picking

Quick Tip – Before making a trip to the strawberry patch I like to head over to Instagram, search the farm’s location, and check out the photos being posted. This gives an idea of what to expect and helps prevent you from making a drive to a strawberry patch that doesn’t have many strawberries worth picking.

South Florida Strawberry Patches to Consider

Bedner’s Farm is located at 10066 Lee Rd, Boynton Beach, FLWe’ve visited this strawberry patch twice and each time we have been very pleased. They are open for strawberry picking December through April. Call ahead for additional details and pricing of strawberries. 561-733-5490

Knaus Berry Farm is located at 15980 SW 248th St, Homestead, FL. They have been growing strawberries since 1956! Open November through mid-April, this beloved business is also known for its cinnamon rolls and strawberry milkshakes. They only use strawberries they’ve grown in their milkshakes and on top of their sundaes. If you are interested in making a visit to Knaus Berry for strawberry picking you should call ahead for availability of strawberry U-pick as U-pick strawberries are subject to availability. They are not available every day and sometimes not all day.  Additionally, you should expect a line for any baked goods but honestly, they’re worth the wait. Knaus Berry Farm is closed on Sundays and accepts CASH ONLY. Call 305-247-0668 for most immediate updates.

Burr’s BerryFarm is located at 2741 SW 216th St, Miami, FL. They’ve been in operation for over 45 years! Open December through early May. 305-251-0145

The Girls Strawberry U- Pick.  is located at 14466 S.Military Trail, Delray Beach, FL 33484. This is a hydroponic strawberry farm with stacked containers. The Girls Strawberry U-Pick also has a petting zoo, small candy shop, and an adorable strawberry bench that is perfect for a photo op (see pic below). The Girls Strawberry U-pick is open December through April depending on the weather. (561) 496-0188

South Florida Strawberry Picking

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  1. Strawberry picking is such a fun family outing that can be done in a day. Being from Louisiana we have the strawberry capital of the world so we have many farms that we rotate visiting every year. My kids just love to pick and eat no matter how many times I tell them to wait. LOL If I am ever in Florida for strawberry season I will definitely have to visit one of these farms. Thanks so much for the good read and info. It looks like y’all had a blast!

  2. How fun! I would love to take my kids on this type of activity. Will look for places closer to Tampa.

  3. Maqhi says:

    I lived for many years in Homestead, FL, and Knauss is the best! Not only for the U-Pick, but their bakery is incredible and they have great fresh produce. The milkshake stand is something you don’t want to miss either (mango is my fav.) But on the weekends, be prepared to wait in a long line. Some people bring chairs and coffee 😉