Summer and fall are ripe seasons for the best produce grown in Utah. Who can resist fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables that are beyond amazing. There are a handful of produce farms in Utah where you can pick your own produce. Make it a fun outing with your kids, and teach them how their food is obtained. They’ll appreciate the fresh taste even more!
When searching online for u-pick produce farms in Utah, we found a couple of websites, but the information either seemed out of date or was hard to read. So we decided to go ahead with our own list, which we’ll gladly keep current as farms or customers like you reach out to us with updated information. If you know a u-pick produce farm that isn’t on our list, please email us at UtahFamilyFunStuff@gmail.com, and we will gladly add it to the list.
NOTE: We messaged every farm on this list to obtain the most current information possible. Some listings below include more information because we heard back from that particular farm and they provided more information for us to share with you.
Farmer Dale Produce
3851 W 6100 S, Wellsville.
Mt. Naomi Farms
4460 N 400 E, Hyde Park. Phone: 435-232-4525.
Paradise Valley Orchard
9971 S Hwy 165, Paradise. Phone: 435-760-3641. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours: 12 noon – 6 pm.
For more information, visit their Facebook page.
The Bear Lake Raspberry Co.
Their Facebook page has very little information. Anyone know if they’re still in business? We’ve messaged them but haven’t heard back for sure.
Pitts Cherry Farm
781 E 3000 N, North Ogden. Phone: 435-210-1072. Call for an appointment.
U-pick cherries in June. No pesticides used.
2500 W Gentile St, Layton. Visit them on Facebook for more information.
Pride of Neola Orchards
5976 Neola Hwy, Roosevelt. Phone: 435-353-4949.
Crops: peaches, plums, apples, nectarines.
Salt Lake County
12702 S 900 E, Draper. Phone: 801-501-0910. Alternate phone: 801-949-5230. Email: email@example.com.
Crops: apples. No pesticides are used.
Murray Greenhouse Foundation
6366 S 900 E, Salt Lake City. Phone: 801-266-0669. Hours: M-F 11:00 am – 5 pm.
Crops: cucumbers, pumpkins, tomatoes, other vegetables. No pesticides are used.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO A HARD FROST IN APRIL, UTAH COUNTY FARMERS LOST THEIR PEACH AND CHERRY CROPS. THE BLOSSOMS FROZE. SOME FARMERS WERE ABLE TO SAVE A PORTION OF THEIR CROPS, BUT MANY LOST ALL. WE’RE KEEPING THEM ON THE LIST TO SUPPORT THEM FOR NEXT YEAR.
Fred Openshaw Farms / Openshaw Family Farms
945 South Center Street/Canyon Road, Santaquin. Phone: 801-372-2255. Alternate phone: 801-372-6645.
Crops: cherries–u-pick and already picked.
Email: Carolynquigley@msn.com. CLOSED FOR 2020. ALL PICKED OUT.
McBride Briar Patch
848 S 2100 W, Mapleton. Our berries usually start producing in late July and will continue to produce through August, September, and into October. Hours: M, W, F 8 am – dusk. Visit them on Facebook for details.
Rocky Top Fruit Farm
Riley’s U-Pick: 2 Locations
Crops: Raspberries. No pesticides are used. U-pick and already picked.
Shoal Creek Berries
Hurricane Cherries and Peaches
800 W 1300 S, Hurricane.
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Head up north to Brigham City to purchase produce this summer and fall. We’ve listed ALL the fruit stands along the old highway there, and you can shop for fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables to your heart’s content. Click here to see.