Strawberry Picking in Burlington, Oakville and Milton

Make the most of the early days of summer by taking the family to a pick-your-own strawberry farm in Halton! Strawberries are at their peak sweetness in the early days of summer vacation – June and July – and we know where you can find the best farms for strawberry picking near Burlington, Oakville and Milton!

Is There Strawberry Picking Near Me?

Yes! Our list of strawberry picking farms provides you with all of the info we could find online, but it’s best to check with your preferred farm before you head out in case all of their strawberries have been picked. No one wants that kind of disappointment! Prices, quantity and quality will vary from farm to farm, as will hours. As this info is released we will update our guide.

Just a reminder, Springridge Farm does NOT offer strawberry picking, but they do sell ready-picked berries.

>> Looking for all the sweetness of summer with half the work? Visit one of these 15 local farmer’s markets for your fresh produce.

>> Don’t miss these pick-your-own farms for strawberries, blueberries, apples, pumpkins, flowers and more!

The Best Local Farms for Strawberry Picking in Halton

Hutchinson Farm

Address: 6202 Walkers Line, Burlington ON.

When I tell you that Hutchinson Farm has a lot growing, believe me! Everything from vegetables to plants to flowers can be found fresh and ready for you here. Pick-your-own strawberries will be ready in early June. You can follow their Facebook page for updates, or find them on their website here.

Stonehaven Farms

Address: 7388 Guelph Line, Campbellville, L0P 1B0

This farm is popular all summer and fall long and they offer more than just pick-your-own strawberries near Burlington. Make sure to visit their huge sandbox, take a wagon ride, and get lost in their maze! Details on the family fun here. Be sure to get some fresh-made ice cream and make a plan to come back from everything from asparagus to pumpkins.

PYO Strawberry Pricing:

Payments accepted: Cash, Debit, Visa and Mastercard

Uncle Scott’s Farm

Address: 6583 Walker’s Line, Burlington, ON L7M 0R2

This farm offers a day of picking strawberries and peas – both delicious and family favourites. Keep your eyes on Uncle Scott’s Farm’s Facebook page for weather updates and status on picking throughout the season.

Andrew’s Farm Market and Winery

Address: 9365 10 Side Road, Milton, ON  L9T 2X9

Looking for strawberry picking in Milton? In spring and summer, you can pick strawberries, peonies, raspberries, blueberries, currants, dahlias, and gooseberries and Andrew’s Farms – formerly Andrew’s Scenic Acres. Please bring your own harvest basket. We have baskets available for $1.00. You will receive the $1.00 back if you return your basket to our store. Admission is $15 per person plus HST. Seniors over 65vyears are 1/2 proce, kids under 5 are free. Personal Support Workers: FREE with clients

Downey’s Apple and Strawberry Farm

Address: 13707 Heart Lake Rd, Caledon, ON

We included Downey’s as an option after we saw a few families say they make the drive because it’s worth it. Strawberry picking starts in June, keep watching here for updates. Raspberry picking is on the calendar as well! There is an approximately 5 min walk to reach the strawberry field. Strollers and wagons are NOT permitted in the fields.

Find More PYO Farms

Don’t stop there! If you’re looking to support more local farms and roadside produce stands, why not plan a day in Niagara to pick strawberries? Or choose one of these Hamilton PYO Strawberry farms to patronage.

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