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Pick-Your-Own Farms in the OKC Metro


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We’re encouraging OKC families to visit a local farm and make something fresh and homemade with the produce they pick. Oklahoma Agritourism is making it easier than ever before to do this unique activity with your family with their Jelly-Making Trails. Simply visit one of the farms on the trail and bring your produce home to make something fresh and delicious. Use your fresh-picked produce to make any of the mouthwatering recipes below.

2021 Pick-Your-Own Farms Guide

Oklahoma’s rich agriculture roots are alive and well. Several farms in the Metro area let families get their hands dirty as they pick their own harvest. From peaches and berries to pumpkins and Christmas trees, here is a handy guide of u-pick farms in near Oklahoma City where city-dwellers can get an inside look at farm life and bring some delicious treats to bring home.

Always call ahead to check availability as peak harvest times vary each year.

Agape House Berry Farm

10912 S Czech Hall Rd, Mustang

628-8092, agapehouseberryfarm@gmail.com

Hours change seasonally. Find more information on the farm’s Facebook page.

Produce: Strawberries and Blackberries, mid to late June


Buffalo Creek Berry Farm

9211 South Sloan Rd, Mustang


Tuesday and Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Produce: Strawberries, sand plums, raspberries, blackberries, potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, green beans, peppers and more.


Crestview Inc Farms

5521 N. Douglas Blvd, Arcadia


Open year-round: Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Saturday, 3:30 – 6 p.m. & Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Produce: u-pick blackberries as well as wide variety of organic fruits, vegetables and herbs


First Fruits Berry Farm

11051 S Kelley, Edmond


Check website for picking schedule

Produce: Blackberries


Growing Paynes

12901 S Czech Hall Rd, Mustang

410-2339, growing.paynes@yahoo.com

Open seasonally, call ahead for availability.

Produce: pre-picked or u-picked tomatoes, okra, cucumbers, onions, garlic, potatoes, strawberries, squash, pumpkins and more.


My Raggedy Herbs

206 S Mustang Rd, Tuttle

795-7193, okagtourismgal@gmail.com

By appointment only

Produce: pick-your-own fresh herbs


N40 Berries

Glencoe Rd and N Western Rd, Stillwater


Call for picking schedule

Produce: Blackberries


Rejoice Farms, LLC

12201 S Czech Hall Rd, Mustang

834-1191, rejoicefarms@cox.net

Call for hours of operation

Produce: u-pick strawberries and blackberries as well as varieties of garlic, onions and tomatoes


Sand Stone Spring Vineyard

9540 SW 89th St, Mustang


Call for hours of operation

Produce: several varieties of wine grapes


Sorghum Mill Christmas Tree and Blackberry Farm

7121 Midwest Ln, Edmond


Call for hours of operation

Produce: blackberries and Christmas trees


Wind Drift Orchards 

18499 NE 50th St, Harrah


Call for hours of operation

Produce: peaches and nectarines


Bonus idea: Take a drive-thru tour of a working farm! John’s Farm produces certified organic beef and wheat and they welcome families for self-guided and crew-guided tours. Learn about farm life and the family who owns the farm while exploring the area.

John’s Farm

201 Votech Dr, Fairview


Open Monday – Saturday, by appointment. Reservations required for tours.


Farms outside the metro:

Livesay Orchards

39232 E 231st St S, Porter


Open Monday – Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. & Sunday, 1-5 p.m.

Produce: peaches, apples, pumpkins and more.


The Peach Barn Orchard & Bakery

3557 W Hwy 69 & 51B, Porter


Hours vary seasonally

Produce: peaches,  berries, apples, nuts, melons, squash, gourds and more.


For a list of more u-pick farms outside the metro as well as tasty recipes, visit www.oklahomaagritourism.com.



Inspirational Recipes:

The recipes listed here are from the cooking blog Cookie+Kate (www.cookieandkate.com). This vegetarian cooking blog is produced by MetroFamily’s former art director, Kathryne Taylor, who grew up in Edmond and went to the University of Oklahoma before working for MetroFamily for two years. Her cookbook is now available by Rodale Press.


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