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Looking for a local, pick-your-own farm in Northeast Colorado? Farms are open and safe! Scroll down this page and you will see the U-Pick farms in Northeast Colorado, sorted by county. Those that offer organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name  (see "What does Organic mean?"). The U-pick crops they offer follow the name of the farm. To search the page for a specific crop, use Ctrl-F (or on an ipad or Mac, use their "search on this page" function) If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website. If you find anything outdated or inaccurate, see the customer and farmer menus (as appropriate) at the top menu bar to submit updates and corrections and help me keep each current!

New! Pricing information - We now have a pricing guide to help you know what the typical prices are for each crop. Let me know when you see price changes! In 2022, you can save money by picking your own and canning your own, but brace yourself for steep price increases, which are affecting EVERYTHING! For quality, taste, nutrition and value, you still can't beat most PYO farms. If need need large quantities for canning, ask if they have "seconds"
 If you are having a hard time finding canning lids, I've used these, and they're a great price & ship in 2 days.

New! Road tripping and camping is a great way to have a fun, safe and inexpensive family trip. The national and state parks and monuments are open, and campgrounds usually cost between $10 and $40 per night. September to November is the best camping weather.  See our new website Road Tripping and for tips, tricks, guides, checklists and info about parks, monuments and other places to visit.

Remember to always check with the farm's own website or Facebook page before you go - or call or email them if they don't have a website or Facebook page. Conditions at the farms and crops can change literally overnight, so if you want to avoid a wasted trip out there - check with the farm directly before you go! And if you know of any farms I missed and want to add a farm, please let me know!   I'm making updates for this year as fast as I can - if you find anything out-of-date, wrong or not working - please let me know! This website is supported by purchases you make through the links to products on Amazon. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This allows me to continue to maintain the website and make improvements!

What's in season in November 2022, and other timely information:

Notes for November 2022: Fall is here and that means apples are in full force but they will be gone fast (see this new page for Apple Orchards in your area!).  Yes, apple prices are up, like they are for everything else. Some crops continue until frost, like raspberries, blackberries, figs, corn and tomatoes. Check your area's specific crop calendar (see this page) and call your local farms for seasonal updates. Click here for U.S. Apple Crop facts.

See these pages to find a local Apple festival, and other festivals. We have a guide to apple varieties and a guide to peach varieties. Also recipes, canning and freezing directions for apples, tomatoes, corn blueberries, peaches, etc.

See our comprehensive list of easy home canning, jam and jelly making, preserving, drying and freezing directions. You can access recipes and other resources from the drop down menus at the top of the page or the site search. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to write me! It is easy to make your own ice cream, even gelato, or low fat or low sugar ice cream - see this page. Also note, there are many copycat website listing U-pick farms now. They have all copied their information from here and usually do not ever update. Since 2002, I've been updating the information every day but Christmas; so if you see anything wrong or outdated, please write me!

Children's Consignment Sales occur in both the Spring and Fall See our companion website to find a local community or church kid's consignment sale!

Northeast Colorado U-Pick Farms and Orchards in 2022, by county

Click on the resources drop-down above, if you need a county map

Larimer County

  • Bartels Land and Livestock; U-pick and Pumpkin Patch - ORGANIC, beets, carrots, corn (sweet), cucumbers, melons, peppers, pumpkins, summer squash, winter squash, tomatoes, other vegetables, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, and prepicked produce, petting zoo
    3424 E. Douglas Road, Ft. Collins, CO 80524. Phone: 970-493-3853. Email: [email protected]. Directions: I-25 exit 271, West 1 mile, North 2 miles, East one half mile on North side of road. We are one mile North of the Budweiser brewery. Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in June, July, August, September, October. Open: If you want to pick straight from the garden, scheduling it by calling Nancy. daily October 1st-31st 10am-6pm. July-September open most days by appt. 1pm-8pm. Winter squash starting September 15th. Pumpkins, decorative corn, gourds, corn stalks, straw bales, petting zoo starting October 1st. Pre-picked seasonal vegetables starting June. Winter squash till Feb. We use natural practices, but are not yet certified Organic. Payment: Cash, only. We are family owned and operated for over 100 years. The Bartels Pumpkin Patch Facebook page.
  • Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum - U-pick rhubarb in season, farm museum
    4320 E. County Rd. 58, Fort Collins, CO. Phone: (970) 482-9168. Email: [email protected]. open: May - October or by appointment, Friday and Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm. Directions: From I-25 take Exit 271 to east frontage road. Go north 4 miles to County Road 58, then 1/4 mile east. Demonstrations, museum/historical bldgs., farm tours, farm animals, gift shop. Handicap access, motor coach/bus access. The farm museum offers a one-of-a-kind learning experience as you journey through time with the Bee family's efforts to cultivate the arid prairie of northern Colorado. Click here for a link to our Facebook page.
  • Garden Sweet - strawberries, raspberries, flowers,
    719 W Willox St, Fort Collins, CO 80524. Phone: 970-690-3286. Alternate Phone: 970-310-3805. Email: [email protected]. Open: Check the our website for pyo info and farm stand hours; Your pick-your-own visit must be scheduled and purchased online in advance. You can select a reservation time at checkout.. Directions: We're located about 2 miles North of Old Town Square. Take College Avenue North 1 1/2 miles. Go west on Willox Lane 1/2 mile. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. Click here for our Facebook page. (ADDED: January 28, 2015)

Logan County

Morgan County

  • Just What Grows Gardens - eggplant, flowers, herbs or spices, lavender, peppers, winter squash, other vegetables, Other fruit or veg, school tours, events at your location (call for info)
    County Road T.9, Brush, CO 80723. Phone: 970-370-1712. Alternate Phone: 970-842-9863. Email: [email protected]. Open: Pick your own garden is open daily from 8:00 to sunset; Call the owner to set up your first visit, after that, visit the garden when ever you want. Directions: Just What Grows Gardens is located between Fort Morgan and Brush off of Interstate 76. Turn north onto Dodd Bridge Road (county road 24) and drive over the river. The first road past the river is County Road T.9. Turn to the east (right) and drive 1.6 miles. Look for the signs and park in the grass next to gardens. Click here for a map and directions. "Fresh Flowers and Herbs May 31st thru a hard frost;" "Hardy native plants April 31st thru October 31st" "Ladybug Cherry Peppers August 1st thru a hard frost". Payment: Cash, Check. We have a great selection of drought tolerant plants. Over ten types of grasses, 7 types of shrubs, and 7 types of perennials. These are large and sold at a great price. These are grown in the native soils in the ground so that they are adapted to the local climate.Must see to believe.

Phillips County

Sedgwick County

Washington County

Weld County

  • Adam's Apple Orchard and Country Store - apples, plums, pears
    42135 Weld County Road 43, Ault, CO 80610. Phone: 970-760-0279. Email: [email protected]. Open: Typically Thursday through Sunday; click here for their current hours. Directions: Located 20 miles east of Fort Collins and 13 miles north of Greeley, The U-Pick Orchard is located on Weld Co Road 43; 3 miles north of HWY 14 and just north of Weld County Roads 86 and43, on the west side of the road. Click here for a link to our Facebook page. Formerly known as Masonville Orchards Ault Operations, we proudly grow over 150 varieties of apples in our orchard as well as several types of pears and plums. New varieties are available each week as growing seasons differentiate over the 11 to 12 week picking season. After the apple harvest, our orchard will have late fall produce and pumpkins in the field for purchase. For an up-to-date list of the current fruits available at our U-Pick orchard please email us.
  • Fern Hill Farm - beans, beets, carrots, cucumbers, herbs or spices, onions, peppers, rhubarb, summer squash, winter squash, tomatoes, other vegetables, picnic area, picnic area you may bring your own food
    2001 Fern Avenue, Greeley, CO 80631. Phone: 970-302-9118. Email: [email protected]. Open: Tuesday to Saturday, from 9:00am to 7:00pm, from July 6th to October 15, 2016. Directions: (2) miles east of Hiway 85 in Greeley, Colorado. Go East on East 18th Street to Fern Ave; turn right (south) and go 1/4 mile to 2001 Fern Avenue Go up hill to farm. For a map to our farm, click here. Payment: Cash, Check. (ADDED: July 05, 2016)
  • Lukens Farms - Uses integrated pest management practices, apples, flowers, pumpkins, Turkeys, petting zoo, farm animals, school tours
    9320 East State Highway 14, Fort Collins, CO 80524. Phone: 303-579-2668. Email: [email protected]. Open: We are a small working farm and therefore do not offer drop in hours; please call first to make sure we are available. Directions: East of interstate 25 on Highway 14 about 6 miles. West of Ault from Highway 85 on Hoghway 14 about 8 miles. Click here for a map and directions. Flower season starts in July; Pumpkin season starts in September; Apple season starts in September; Typically all apples are gone by October. We use integrated pest management practices. Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa, MasterCard. We also sell grass hay and are a small poultry hatchery with day old chicks. Juvenile birds and adult birds available for sale. We have chicks hatching almost everyday. We have several breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and more.
  • Masonville Orchards - See Adams Orchard above
    42135 Weld County Road 43, Ault, CO 80610. Adams Orchard now runs the U-Pick here.
  • Miller Farms - peppers, pumpkins, winter squash, tomatoes, other vegetables,
    9040 US Hwy 66, Platteville, CO 80651. Phone: 970-785-6133. Fax: 970-785-0176. Email: [email protected]. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in September, October, November. Open: Call, email or see their Facebook page. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx. Your admission fee includes one trip per person to our fields to pick up to 5 bags of fresh produce per person. We supply the bags. All other activities like the corn maze and huge playground complex are included in the cost of your admission! Most farms charge an admission price and then charge an additional fee to do each activity. Your one time admission here at Miller Farms includes the produce you pick and ALL other activities!! Each time you come to harvest you can expect to be harvesting different types of produce. We rotate what we pick each day so that not any one crop will be depleted right away. Crops also vary from season to season and year to year. You can be certain that you're going to get a great deal for your admission price! Click here for a link to our Facebook page.
    Comments from a visitor on September 18, 2010: "This was a great experience for me and my three kids. We got a ridiculous amount of vegetables (which I should be canning, instead of typing on the computer!) The kids and I climbed into a huge wagon towed by a tractor and we were ferried around to different fields. We picked beets, cabbage, corn, peppers, basil, potatoes, onions, leeks, carrots, and more! The produce was very nice quality, and the drivers were helpful at each stop. My only gripe is that we were just turned out into the fields without any instructions about what to look for, or any tools. Some of the produce (like cabbages) were tricky to harvest without help. The drivers were available to dig carrots and leeks for us, which was appreciated. There is a large play area at the front of the farm with sheltered tables. After our harvesting trip (which took about 2 hours), we ate lunch, then the kids were able to play on the hay pyramid, fence maze, and pedal-operated "tractors." Wagons were provided for us to pull our produce out to the car. Overall, this was a fun trip and an amazing value. I will probably go back later this season to get some different veggies, and I will DEFINITELY return next year."
    Comments from a visitor on September 09, 2010: "We loved being at Miller Farms. There were a ton of different activities for the children. The fields to pick produce from are so vast. We got a very large selection of vegetables. There was a lot of fun things, like a giant jumping air pillow, and a massive hay pyramid, for the children to enjoy. The prices were so good for what you get. "

Yuma County

Other Local Farm Products (Honey, Horses, Milk, Meat, Eggs, Etc.)
(NOT pick-your-own, unless they are also listed above)

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