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Strawberry Picking in Vermont 

When, how and where

Published June 1, 2011 at 4:00 a.m.

Vermont's short-but-sweet strawberry season gets underway this month. Picking usually begins in early to mid-June, but ripening depends on location and weather. The businesses below offer pick-your-own berries, a great family activity. Call ahead to confirm that berries are ready and for information on cost and hours of operation.

Addison County

Douglas Orchards
1050 Route 74 West, Shoreham, 897-5043

The Last Resort
2246 Tyler Bridge Road, Monkton, 453-2847

Chittenden County

Adam's Berry Farm
The Intervale, Burlington, 578-9093

Andrews Farm
1147 East Main Street, Richmond, 434-2999

Boutin Family Farm
240 Christmas Lane, Williston, 734-8406

Brigante & Son Fruit & Vegetable Farm
971 Malletts Bay Avenue, Colchester, 655-0483

Chamberlin's Garden & Farm Market
97 River Road, Underhill, 899-3569

Charlotte Berry Farm
Route 7, Charlotte, 425-3652

Norris Berry Farm
686 Davis Road, Hinesburg, 453-3793

Paul Mazza's Fruits and Vegetables Stand
135 Poor Farm Road, Colchester, 879-0102
182 River Road, Essex, 879-3760

Sam Mazza's Farm Market,
Bakery and Greenhouses
277 Lavigne Road, Colchester, 655-3440

Franklin/Grand Isle Counties

Nye's Berryland
1452 Plains Road, Georgia, 524-4705

Pomykala Vegetable Farm
197 East Shore Road North, Grand Isle, 372-5157

River Berry Farm
191 Goose Pond Road, Fairfax, 849-6853

Lamoille County

Valley Dream Farm
5901 Pleasant Valley Road, Cambridge, 644-6598

Washington County

Legare Farm Market
Route 14, East Calais, 454-7784

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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