Admission / Day Pass
If you would like to bring a group of 20 or more to pick, please visit our Pick Your Own Group Outings web page for Tuesdays through Fridays. For groups on the weekends, please read about Country Gatherings.
Day Pass – to begin again in Spring 2017.
$3 per person visiting our Farm. Children under age two are free. Passes grant access to our Pick Your Own Fields, the Farm Park Picnic Area, the Giant slides, the Nature Trail, and our Farm Park Animals. Visit our Sheep, 2 miniature Donkeys, Goats, Chickens, and Charlie the Pig. (Some exclusions do apply.)
Season Pass – Available for purchase now! (to begin again in Spring 2017)
$25 per person. Pass grants access to our Pick Your Own Fields, the Farm Park Picnic Area, the Giant slides, the Nature Trail, and our Farm Park Animals. (Some exclusions do apply.) Members receive 10% off all picked produce and priority Berry Wagon boarding. Passes are not applicable on Festival Dates. Also included, a berry picking bucket and box, and a Butler’s re-usable grocery bag. (Retail value, $5)
NEW! Family Pass!
Available for purchase now! (to begin in Spring 2017)
$10 per child under 12. $25 per adult. Passes grant access to our Pick Your Own Fields, the Farm Park Picnic Area, the Giant slides, the Nature Trail, and our Farm Park Animals. Includes priority Berry Wagon boarding, and a picking bucket and box for each adult. (Some exclusions do apply.)
A large variety of Pick Your Own crops are available at Butler’s Orchard on a seasonal basis.
Please leave your pets at home. Service animals, only.
The following is an explanation of our picking vocabulary.
Excellent Picking Conditions…
- The fruit is abundant and easily found.
- It does not require much time to pick and fill a container.
- One does not have to cover much distance or area in the field to fill a container
- There is more excellent quality fruit.
- It is the peak of the season.
Good Picking Conditions…
- The fruit is abundant, but not as plentiful or easily found as when conditions are excellent.
- It takes a little longer to pick the same amount of fruit as compared to when conditions are excellent.
- You may have to cover more area to fill your container.
- The quality of the fruit is still very good.
- The season may be just starting or winding down, or we may be in between the peak of a variety of a crop.
Scattered Picking Conditions…
- There is not a lot of fruit and the crop might be considered “light”.
- It takes longer to pick and fill your container.
- You will have to work harder and cover more area to fill your container.
- The quality can be excellent and there will be pockets of great fruit but it will take more effort.
- Picking can be scattered when the season is just beginning or when it is ending.