STRAWBERRY TOUR INFORMATION
March through June
Take a one hour long wagon ride around the farm. Learn about the farming methods and history of our farm from a guided tour. You will see how fruits & vegetables grow. Throughout the tour, you will sample many seasonal fruits and vegetables. The last stop on this tour is in the strawberry patch where you can pick and eat strawberries! Everyone will take home a one pound basket of strawberries!
Saturday-Sunday (PLEASE CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR DATES AND TIMES!)
Walk-on Tours available every half hour, from 9:30am -2:30pm.
No reservation needed (unless booking a group rate).
Just arrive 15-20 minutes before the tour to check-in!
Monday-Friday (PLEASE CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR DATES AND TIMES!)
Tour times vary! Unless otherwise stated, reservations are required. Please email us in advance to check available tour times at firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekday school tours and group tours are available by reservation only.
Our Strawberry Garden
For those looking to pick strawberries without a tour....
We offer strawberry picking in our Strawberry Garden just behind our Market Stand at $5.00 per pound on a first come first served basis, depending upon crop availability.
Ask the cashier for a green basket to pick your own strawberries.
As long as we have enough strawberries growing, you can pick your own!*
Note: This is different from our Strawberry Tours, as the amount of strawberries growing behind the Market is limited. The Garden is not a pick and eat area. To ensure that everyone can enjoy the experience, strawberries only go in your baskets, not in your bellies!
*Due to the limited strawberry plants in this area, we may not always have strawberries available for picking here. Please call the market stand ahead of time at (949) 653-2100 ext 203 to see if the garden is open that day. To ensure that you are able to pick strawberries, join us on a strawberry tour.
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.