20 Feb

There’s nothing quite like the first bite of a freshly picked fruit or the heightened flavor of a vegetable straight from the farm. Oklahoma has plenty of places to make memories and get your fill of fresh produce, including u-pick berry farms. Take advantage of food at its ripest and stock up on mouthwatering berries and more at the u-pick farms outlined below.

Top U-Pick Farms

Endicott Farms – Mounds

Travel south of Tulsa to the small town of Mounds, and you'll find the scenic Endicott Farms. Perfectly spaced and well-maintained fields of blueberries and blackberries create a beautiful landscape. With juicy blueberries available from mid to late June and blackberries from late June to early July, you’ll be able to make a unique blueberry pie or blackberry cobbler from the stash of nearly a dozen varieties. Endicott Farms also has seasonal pecans perfect for a nutty topping.

Thunderbird Berry Farm – Broken Arrow

Open from the first of June through mid-July, Thunderbird Berry Farm in Broken Arrow offers a plethora of produce ripe for the picking. Visitors will find sweet strawberries early in the season, plump blueberries in June and tart blackberries in July. Thunderbird Berry Farm is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, but feel free to stop by any other day as long as you have an appointment.

Maple Creek Berry Farm – Poteau

The Poteau Scenic Bypass and Pleasant Valley Road make for a peaceful drive along country roads to Maple Creek Berry Farm in the small town of Poteau. Explore over two acres of blueberries that have been pristinely maintained since their debut in 2002. With over 2,000 blueberry plants to harvest, take a container provided by Maple Creek and fill up on different varieties of the juicy fruit by the quart on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings throughout the growing season. 

Creekside Berry Farm – Red Oak

Berries are bountiful at Creekside Berry Farm. At this family-friendly farm in Red Oak, the kids are welcome to come on down and take their pick of ripe blueberries, strawberries and blackberries, direct from the thriving berry bushes. Since the berries are grown on land originally owned and cultivated by the Choctaw Nation for decades, the berries are bound to reach peak sweetness year after year. For a delicious, juicy bite of berries, look no further than this seasonal farm packed with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and more. 

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