Last day on the farm Wednesday July 8th.
$5 per person/must have wristband to enter
(buy at RED BARN)
Kids Play pass-$5 (slide hill, catfish food, fossil dig)
Cafe will be closed due to COVID-19.
Hand sanitizer is required to enter kids play areas.
When we open, these will be updated every morning or the night before opening for an accurate amount of each crop that is available at the time.
Blackberries-end of season
Blueberries- end of season
Sunflowers-Lots to cut(bring jar and scissors)
Zinnias-Lots for cutting(bring jar and scissor
Melons- Summer 2020
Farm Tips and Rules
NO PETS please!
Welcome to Wild Berry Farm!
Please call or check Facebook before visiting the farm to make sure we are open and your favorite crop is available.
When arriving at the farm- please visit the red barn to check in and get your wristbands where you may purchase a farm fun pass which includes all of the farm activities and fish food for the pond.
When visiting the farm, please wear comfy clothes and shoes that you are okay with getting a little dirty!
We supply all you need for berry picking. If you want to cut flowers, please bring a jar or large container to take them home in. Please also bring a pair of garden shears or scissors. If you forget we have limited amounts that can be rented.
Please respect our farm animals- no feeding or taunting. Please observe in a friendly manner. :)
If you pick produce, you must pay for it!
Please, no coolers in the fields.
No dogs please! We love all animals, but please leave pets at home.
Professional photographers may pay for a day pass ($25 while we are open) or for private sessions you must make an appointment.
Visit our Outdoor
Our little farm market is an ever-changing, work-in-progress. It is a quaint little market carrying everything from jams & jellies to organic soaps & vegetable seeds!
We are adding products all the time.
Blackberry plants for sale now!
Please check the crop-o-meter before heading out!
THE FARM CAFE
Our cafe will be closed due to shorter hours this year.
905 Crawford Rd. Sadler, TX