Pick Berries at Swanton's Berry Farm

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Spectacular views, delicious berries, fun for all ages. If you want to pick your own berries, bring a basket. Camera not required, but you'll want to capture the stunning pacific ocean juxtaposed with this quiet, peaceful berry farm.

Take a spectacularly scenic drive or bike ride out to this quaint coastal berry farm. Look out onto the shimmering ocean while you pick the ripest and sweetest berries yourself. Head inside their shop to enjoy pre-made jams, pies, chocolate covered strawberries, and so much more. While you're inside, sit on comfortable vintage furniture and play checkers or card games as you enjoy your olallieberry pie. Swanton's captures is the essence of slow living.

Pack List

  • Basket
  • Camera
  • Cash
  • Sunscreen or hat
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Activities:

Chillin, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Summer, Autumn

Features:

Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Groups
Picnic Area
Romantic
Scenic
Wildlife

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