On the left, coming from Maine-----on the right , coming from Rt. 153 and Crystal Lake
We are open for the 2017 season 

We have discovered that some of the berries are turning soft. This means that the spotted winged drosophilia insect may be has getting into the berrries. There are still a lot of good berries out there, but pay attention and pick only the firm ones.
The insect sometimes get into a crop at the end of the season, but it is early this year.
We are closely monitoring the situation and will post updates.
Thank you for visiting BerryKnoll and supporting local agriculture.

      Over 200 varieties of daylilies are beginning to bloom.    The plants can be dug and transplanted at any time.

You can also check out our Facebook page BerryKnoll Pick-Your-Own

    Come visit us at BerryKnoll for quality outdoor time with your family.

Open 7 days a week.  As long as there's enough daylight to see the berries

you are welcome to come and pick.


 Thank you for supporting local agriculture.



  People with bee sting allergies should note that there are beehives with honeybees on the property 


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