EDUCATING, ENTERTAINING, AND FEEDING FAMILIES ALL YEAR ROUND!
Since 1940 We Have Been Dedicated to Providing ALL Families with Quality Products and Educational Experiences. Health and Fun are Very Important to Us Here at Tanaka Farms!
What We Do
Our farm provides customers with things to do all year round. We host Strawberry Tours March through June, Melon Tours and Corn Picking Tours July through August, a Pumpkin Patch Tour from September to October, and a Holiday Tour in December. We also offer U-Pick Vegetable Tours and Cookout Tours throughout the year.
Produce Market Stand
Tanaka Farms grows and harvests over 60 different fruits and vegetables throughout the year right here on the farm using responsible farming methods. Produce is harvested daily so we can deliver to you the freshest and best tasting produce that we can. Because we only grow row crops here at the farm, we also purchase other quality produce from partner farms, like apples, blueberries, limes, and more, which may be organic or conventionally grown.
The Produce Market Stand is open from 9 am to 5 pm, seven days a week, all year long, except for a short winter break after our Christmas season in December.
The fruits and vegetables available will vary throughout the growing season. Generally, we will have our sweet strawberries March to June, delicious cantaloupes and watermelons July and August, as well as various other produce that we grow. Check out our Seasonal Harvest Chart.
Community Supported Agriculture
Our CSA Program is the easiest way to get all your produce year round. You can get a box every week or every other week and pick up here at the farm, or at any of our numerous pick-up locations around Orange County. Along with our own freshly harvested produce, we supplement our boxes with other, organic or pesticide-free fruits and vegetables.
Responsible Farming Practices
On our farm we use Responsible Farming Practices. At Tanaka Farms, your safety is our top priority. In everything we do, we make sure that we always follow U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) standards for safety. Whenever possible, we will use all organic growing methods, which includes practices such as crop rotation, companion farming, and the use of compost and organic fertilizers in our soil.We do our best to follow "organic growing guidelines" but will deviate if necessary to save a crop.
Public Drinking Water Is Not Available.
Bring your own or bottled water is available for purchase at $2.00 bottle.
FOR YOUR SAFETY we recommend wearing comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Please avoid wearing sandals/flip-flops, open-toed shoes or high heels.
In complying with insurance policies, and for your protection, PETS and WAGONS are prohibited.