Strawberry Picking in Kansas City
Strawberry picking season may come early this year! May means strawberries in the Kansas City region. With our famously unpredictable weather, the definite start date varies from year to year, but you’re sure to enjoy a trip to one of these local patches. Always call ahead or watch Facebook for picking announcements to enjoy the best berries of the season as hours may fluctuate based on picking from previous days.
W. of 622 Kenneth Road, Kansas City, Missouri
913.669.9272 or 785.418.5977
This is their GRAND OPENING Spring of 2017!
posted on Benny's Berries Facebook page 5/14/17: 🍓Picking days and times for this week 🍓
Tuesday (5/16) 9am-noon & 3:30pm-6pm
Wednesday (5/17) 9am-noon
Thursday (5/18) 9am-noon & 3:30pm-6pm
Friday (5/19) 9am-noon
Saturday (5/20) 9am-2pm
Share with or tag all your picking buddies!
Remember to always call the berry hotline to check for updates before you come. There are a lot of factors in the farming world. Have a great week and hope to see y'all at Benny's patch!!
91 NE 600 Rd. Warrensburg, MO
posted on Buckeye Acrs Facebook page 5/17/17: Scouting the strawberry patch and it full of delicious berries so we've decided to open the patch for the rest of the week (weather permitting...Mother Nature needs to cooperate). So here's our upick hours! Hope you can make it out.
Thursday, May 18: 12:30-4:30
Friday, May 19: 1-6 pm
Saturday, May 20: 9 am - 4 pm
Sunday: if patch allows we will be open in the afternoon - hours posted later
Cost is $2.80/lb and picking containers are provided.
If you have any questions please give Heather a call at 517-214-0927.
Don't forget the ROAD CONSTRUCTION on Business 13. The bridge is closed so come via the 13 bypass. Once you get back to regular 13 north of the construction our road (NE 600) is another 1.5 miles and then we are 1 mile down the gravel road.
Look forward to seeing you soon in the patch.
9133 County Farm Rd, Lexington, MO
posted on Fahrmeier Farms Facebook page 5/18/17: Get your pick of the patch! We're upon the peak of the season and the plants are loaded. Here are our 🍓 hours 🍓for the weekend:
Friday- 9 am to 1 pm
Saturday- 9 am to 3 pm
Sunday- 11 am to 3 pm
Located on Highway 24 just 3 miles west of Lexington, MO. Look for the little red barn! We will be stocked with our fresh homemade fudge, candied nuts, Strawberry Lemonade slushies and MORE. See you at the patch! #beloyalbelocal #fahrmeiersupick #strawberries
39675 W. 183rd St., Edgerton, KS
posted by Gieringer's Orchard on Facebook 5/17/17: BERRIES GALORE!
We will be open tomorrow Thursday May 18th 9-1 and Friday may 19th 9-1. We are at the peak of our season and this heat is ripening them quickly!
Also we will have donuts and slushes the rest of this week and weekend!
Red Barn Ranch
23111 S Jefferson Pkwy, Harrisonville, MO
posted to Red Barn Ranch Facebook page 5/16/17: We will be open again for U-PICK on Thursday May 18th from 2-6 PM! 🍓
Closed tomorrow (Wednesday the 17th)
Spanish Garden Berry Farm
8740 92 Hwy., Platte City, MO
posted on Spanish Garden Farm Facebook page 5/14/17: The Spanish Garden Berry Farm will be open this week from 8am until 1pm! Come by!!!!
Wohletz Farm U-Pick Strawberry Patch
1831 N. 1100 Rd., Lawrence, KS
posted on Wohletz Farm Facebook page 5/17/17: Calling all strawberry lovers! We have a field full of beautiful delicious ripe red strawberries ready and waiting for you!
We will be open tonight,
Wednesday 17th 5pm-8pm
Strawberry Picking Tips
Strawberry plants are low to the ground—the perfect height for toddlers and preschoolers! Be prepared for stooping and bending over.
Dress for a mess! The u-pick patches are as "tidy" as a farm could possibly be, but let's face it, you are bent over in the dirt picking juicy berries. Dress in comfortable tennis shoes and jeans/shirts meant for working in a garden.
Bring wipes for messy fingers.
Be prepared for photo ops! Strawberry smiles make super cute scrapbook photos.
Bring bottled water (and perhaps snacks, too, depending on your lunch plans).
Plan to spend an hour at least.
Teach your children that "redder is better" when it comes to strawberries. Leave the green behind; they are still growing!
Bring a cooler and ice to keep berries fresh on the ride home. You may want to bring a few plastic containers that fit properly in your cooler for the berries.