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  • What time/days are you open?
    Usually Friday - Monday, 8am - 6 pm during picking season, however we are working on expanding our hours. Please check on facebook or google for up to date information.
  • Do you provide picking buckets?
    We do! However you are free to bring your own if you'd like. While it doesn't happen often, we have run out of buckets during our busier times. We are working to make sure this doesn't happen in the furture.
  • What times do you play music?
    We play music Friday - Monday, 11am - 5/6pm.
  • Are you pet friendly?
    Dogs are welcome, however please read through our rules. If you have any questions or have a pet other than a dog you want to bring by, just give us a call, we try to be as accommodating as possible. RULES: 1. Our own dog, Ellie, will be off leash, she is allowed to roam free and loves to greet all of our guests. She is the sweetest thing in the world and is great with people, both kids and adults, as well as other pets. We try to keep an eye on her as much as possible and while sweet, she can be a brat at times, feel free to yell at her if she is! Watch your blueberries, she is a berry thief! If you want to give her a treat, blueberries are ok. 2. ABSOLUTELY NO AGGRESSIVE DOGS. This does not mean what society would deem "aggressive dog breeds". It means any dog that has ever been aggressive towards or have bitten any human adult or child; or animal. We are more than happy to host your beautiful pitbulls, german shepherds, or any breed for that matter, as long as they have a clean history. 3. All dogs must be leashed and kept under control at all times. 4. Please pick up after your dog. We want you to feel at home here, we just ask that you please treat it like your own home as well. If you don't have a bag, one will be provided for you. 5. Please ask before giving dogs, other than your own, treats/human food. We know it is hard to deny these little fur angels a snack, but we also know how hard training them to behave in a proper manner can be and how easy it can be to unravel all that hard work.
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