Pick a Great Time with Your Kids at these New Jersey Farms

Posted on: September 28th, 2018by

Our listing of New Jersey farms was first published in 2011. We update our list of farms in New Jersey yearly.

 

Head on out to New Jersey farms for family fun! My boys have always been outdoorsy, rough and tumble kids who love all things related to being outside. So, every year we try to make our rounds to as many New Jersey farms as possible. They offer the kids an excellent opportunity to see the lifecycle of trees and plants, the workings of a farm, and learn about the animals who live there.

 

Even though many farms in New Jersey have large fall harvest festivals and events, most offer year-round visits and learning opportunities. Whether you want to pick pumpkins in October, go through a corn maze, or gather your own blueberries, there’s a farm in New Jersey where you can go to do that.

 

How many of the farms listed below have you visited? We’d love to know in the comments below. Plus keep coming back to this list. When we come across new ones, we’re quick to add them to this list. There’s always something new to learn, see, and do!

 

Post your favorite New Jersey farms in the comments below. We’d love to hear about your favorites!

 

New Jersey Farms

 

Below is a list of New Jersey Farms by county. If farm information is available online, we have listed their url/website address. Pick-your-own seasons vary according to the weather conditions and other factors. We at Jersey Family Fun suggest you call ahead to the New Jersey farm to be sure of their open hours for business and that they are ready to pick on the day you plan to visit.  

 

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Jersey is the Garden State and filled with plenty of farms that offer different crops, produce, and activities. Whether your trip to the farm is the kids’ first experience or you visit farms with the kids often there’s always the potential to make it a day to remember. Here are some tips that I have collected that hopefully you can use.

 

Tips for visiting a New Jersey farm with kids

Call Before You Go:

Some websites that list farm locations can be inaccurate about what the farm offers as I have learned from personal experience. Double check the farm’s website or call them. Also, the weather can impact whether the produce is ready. For example, one year we had a long winter which delayed or shortened some of the strawberry picking. Some farms are very good about updating their Facebook pages while others may not. You can also verify what the price per pound is when you check on their website or call as that can also impact your decision which farm to visit.

 

Visiting during the week as it’s always less busy than weekends

 

Wear rain boots or hiking boots that can get muddy

 

Plan Ahead:

This may be difficult for a first trip. Investigate online or ask when you get to the farm, how to identify the fruit that is ready to be picked. Demonstrate several times to your children and let them roam (appropriately based on their age) and find their own fruits or vegetables. However, it is wise to check the baskets handed to your children before you leave the field as they may become enthusiastic pickers and grab some rotten fruit.

 

Some farms will allow you to use your own container while others insist that their containers are used. If you use your own container, they will weigh it beforehand and after the picking is done. The farms can charge for their containers however I have not visited a farm that the cost was excessive.

 

Know what the goal for the trip is going to be. For example, we are a family that does not make jams or pies, so our recent strawberry picking excursion meant that we only picked a pint for each family member. The bad news: no strawberry jam or compote. The good news: all our strawberries have been eaten and thoroughly enjoyed. Our apple picking excursion involved pounds of apples that eventually were converted into apple sauce. Know what the end goal is so that you don’t spend money on produce that will go bad if unused.

 

Hydration:

Most days you will feel inspired to explore a farm it will be beautiful which by definition means sunny. Have water ready and available. Bring your own to save money but not too much water as you do have to carry it.

 

Hayrides:

It is common for us to envision a hayride at the farm. Some farms have them and others don’t. Some farms offer free hayrides, while others charge. Some sell tickets for other events and will throw in the hayride if you purchase the package which brings me to my next item you should be aware.

 

The Unexpected Extras

Most local farms are expanding their business by incorporating new features. For some farms, there may be an additional cost for your kids to enjoy an activity or they may sell tickets or bracelets at a flat price with various packages of what activities are included. I like both options. However, depending on my purpose for the trip it will impact which farm I may choose. If I have unlimited time and plan on spending the entire day, I may opt for a farm that sells a package which includes pony rides, tractor rides, etc. It is important to know what items are included and which ones are not (which goes back to my first suggestion: call before you go). If they have a petting zoo, they may sell food for the animals. If you are thirsty, they will sell water. If you are hungry, they may sell food. Essentially, farms can sell many things which can cost you more than you budgeted. On the bright side, they sell so much that if you need water, they will have it. But, as I have learned, don’t expect suntan lotion, which brings me to…

 

Dress appropriately, bring layers

It is very tempting to dress the family in cute and stylish clothes for photographs, however farms are dirty. Dress like a farmer. Wear comfortable and covered shoes. During one year’s trip, I wore flip-flops to go strawberry picking. It had rained the day before and despite the straw on the ground my feet hit a few muddy spots. You may want to dress your toddler in a cute outfit so that the pictures taken could be used for holiday cards, but once they eat one strawberry they will then want to eat them all (and they will not be neat about it).

 

Temperatures can also fluctuate. Warmer days may get chilly or chilly days can get warmer. If your child’s in a barn or a shaded area it may be cooler than standing in the sun.

 

Respect the Farm’s Rules

“Pick Your Own” farms are small businesses that support families. Respect their rules.

 

The Schedule:

On beautiful days, expect crowds. We try and eat lunch early before the lines form and then hit the fields. Ask how far the fields are from the activities so that you are making an informed decision if you decide to skip the hay ride.

 

What to Bring (some suggestions but make sure to keep it light):

  • Suntan Lotion
  • Bug spray (I have seen mini size ones that fit in a purse)
  • Hat
  • Thermal tote
  • Wipes (for those who still need them)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Chapstick
  • Camera

 

Take plenty of pictures to remember the day!

 

Have Fun!

Seasons are short so make sure to take advantage of the sunny days by visiting a local farm. Enjoy the weather, the smell of dirt and fresh fruit, and each other’s company.

 

New Jersey Farms

Looking for a specific kind of New Jersey farm? Click over to one of these listings for farms in New Jersey

 

New Jersey Farms in North Jersey

Bergen County Farms

  • Abma’s Farm
  • Demarest Farms
    • 244 Wierimus Rd, Hillsdale, NJ 07642. 201-666-0472.
    • Demarest Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick Peaches (August), Apples (September), Pumpkins (September 20th).
  • DePiero’s Country Farm
    • 300 W. Grand Ave, Montvale, NJ 07645. 201-391-4576.
  • Lupardi’s Nursery
    • 75 Blanc Ave., Closter, NJ 201-768-0017.
  • Secor Farms
    • 85 Airmont Ave, Mahwah, NJ 07430. 201-529-2595.
    • Secor Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick raspberries and blackberries (August), pumpkins (September).

 

Essex County Farms

  • Fairfield Farms
    • 177 Big Piece Rd, Fairfield, NJ 07004. 973-227-1011.

 

Hudson County Farms

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Morris County Farms

  • Parks Farms
    • 525 Route 24, Chester, NJ. 908-879-5509.
    • Parks Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (Daily September – October) and Pumpkins (Weekends Late September – October)
  • Alstede Farms
    • 1 Alstede Farms Lane, Chester, NJ 07930. 908-879-7189.
    • Alstede Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (May – June), gooseberries, currants, raspberries, blueberries (all June – July), corn (July – October), peaches, cantaloupe, nectarines, honeydew, canary melon (all July – September), Asian pears (August – October), blackberries (August – September), elderberries and raspberries (August – October), apples (August – October), pumpkins and potatoes (September – November)
  • Riamede Farm
    • 122 Oakdale Rd, Chester, NJ 07930. 908-879-5353.
    • Riamede Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (September – October), pumpkins (October)
  • Brookhollow Barnyard
    • 425 Powerville Rd., Boonton Township, NJ. 201-400-4505.
  • Stony Hill Gardens
    • 8 State Route 24 (Rt 513), Chester, NJ 07930. 908-879-2696.
    • Stony Hill Gardens is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (May – June), apples (September – October), pumpkins (October)
  • Bader Farm
    • 290 Changebridge Rd, Pine Brook, NJ 07058. 973-227-0294.
    • Bader Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Middle Valley Farms
    • 304 Pleasant Valley Rd, Mendham, NJ 07945. 973-543-7789.
    • Middle Valley Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Ort’s Farm
  • Conklin Farm
    • 65 River Road, Montville, NJ 07045. 973-400-9460.
    • Conklin Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Hamilton Farms
    • 130 Old Denville Road, Boonton Township, NJ 07005. 973-334-6528.
    • Hamilton Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Sun High Orchards
    • 19 Canfield Ave, Randolph, NJ 07869. 973-584-4734.
    • Sun High Orchards is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples and pumpkins (September – October)
  • Wightman’s Farm
    • 1111 Mt Kemble Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960. 973-425-9819.
    • Wightman’s Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick nectarines and peaches (August), apples (August – October)
  • Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill
    • 104 State Park Rd, Chester, NJ 07930. 908-879-6593.
    • Hacklebarney Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (September – October)
  • Parks Farms
    • 525 Route 24, Chester, NJ. 908-879-5509.
    • Parks Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (Daily September – October) and Pumpkins (Weekends Late September – October)
  • Totten Family Farm
    • 442 Naughright Road, Long Valley, NJ 07853. 908-850-0555.
  • Union Hill Farms & Greenhouse
    • 25 Cooper Road Denville, NJ 07834 (973)-366-0440
    • Union Hill Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins. Great flowers in the spring as well.

 

Passaic County Farms

  • Farms View
    • 945 Black Oak Ridge Rd, Wayne, NJ 07470. 973-839-1212.
    • Farms View is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (May – June), pumpkins (October)
  • Richfield Farm
    • 1139 Van Houten Ave., Clifton, NJ. 973-777-7535.
  • Ploch’s Farm
    • 148 Grove Street, Clifton, NJ 07013. 973-778-6463.
    • Ploch’s Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)

 

Sussex County Farms

  • Heaven Hill Farm
    • 451 New Jersey 94, Vernon Township, NJ 07462. 973-764-5144.
    • Heaven Hill Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Beemerville Orchards
    • 73 Lusscroft Rd., Sussex, NJ. 973-875-1029.
  • Lentini Farm
    • 251 Route 94 South, Newton, NJ. 973-579-2424.
  • Green Valley Farms
    • 997 Route 23 North, Wantage, NJ 07461. 973-875-5213 .
  • Ideal Farm & Garden
    • 222 New Jersey 15, Lafayette Township, NJ 07848. 973-579-3893.
    • Ideal Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (June), pumpkins (October)
  • Pohuck Valley Farm Market & Deli
    • 962 County Road 517, Glenwood, NJ 07418. 973-764-4732.
    • Pohuck Valley Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (September – October)
  • Valley View Farms
    • 290 Route 206 South, Newton, NJ. 973-579-7271.
  • Windy Brow Farms
    • Route 519 (359 Ridge Rd.), Fredon Township, NJ. 973-579-9657.
  • Sussex County Strawberry Farm
    • 565 U.S. 206, Newton, NJ 07860. 973-579-5055.
    • Sussex County Strawberry Farm  is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (June – July), raspberries (August – September), pumpkins (October)

 

Union County Farms

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Warren County Farms

  • Horse Sleigh Farm
    • 438 New Jersey 57, Washington, NJ 07882. 908-267-5313.
    • Horse Sleigh Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peas (May), strawberries (June), cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale, lettuce, spinach, broccoli, brussel sprouts, kohlrabi, turnips (all May – July), cantaloupe and honeydew (August – November)
  • Donaldson Farms
    • 358 Allen Rd, Hackettstown, NJ 07840. 908-852-9122.
    • Donaldson Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries and raspberries (May – June), blackberries (July – August), pumpkins (October)
  • Country Fresh Farms
  • Godlewsky Farms & Greenhouses
    • Industrial Lane (off Alphano Rd.), Great Meadows, NJ. 908-637-4927.
  • Glenview Farm
    • 2 Glen View Ln, Blairstown, NJ 07825. 908-362-6904.
  • Hensler Farms
    • 369 Route 519, Belvidere, NJ. 908-475-0021.
  • Tranquility Farms
    • 10 Green Farms Rd, Andover, NJ 07821. 908-979-0303.
    • Tranquility Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Tree-Licious Orchards
    • 135 Karrville Rd., Port Murray, NJ> 908-689-2906.
  • Apgar’s Cider Press
    • 352 Harmony Brass Castle Rd., Harmony, NJ. 908-859-2988.
  • Mackey’s Orchard
    • 284 County Road 519, Belvidere, NJ 07823. 908-475-1507.
    • Mackey’s Orchard is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick sour cherries (June), apples (September – October)
  • Race Farm
    • 87 Belcher Rd, Blairstown, NJ 07825. 908-362-8151.
    • Race Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries, sweet cherries, peppers, beans, eggplant, tomatoes, raspberries. (Call for picking seasons)
  • Stoney Field Orchard
    • 5 Orchard St., Belvidere, NJ. 908-475-5209.
  • Perfect Christmas Tree Farm
    • 999 U.S. 22, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865. 908-387-1225.
  • Brook Hollow Farm
    • 52 Frog Pond Road (off Route 94), Hainesburg, NJ. 908-496-4577.
  • Marshall’s Farm Market
    • 114 U.S. 46, Delaware, NJ 07833. 908-475-1989.
  • Longmeadow Farms
    • 561 Hope Blairstown Rd, Hope, NJ 07844. 908-459-5351.
    • Longmeadow Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (September – October), pumpkins (October)

 

New Jersey Farms in Central Jersey

Hunterdon County Farms

  • Peaceful Valley Orchards
    • 150 Pittstown Rd, Pittstown, NJ 08867. 908-730-7748.
  • Grochowicz Farms
    • 215 Main St, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826. 908-537-6130.
    • Grochowicz Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Melick’s Town Farm
    • 472 County Road 513, Califon, NJ 07830. 908-832-2905.
    • Melick’s Town Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peaches (July – September), apples (July – September), pumpkins (October)
  • Schaefer Farms
    • 1051 County Road 523, Flemington, NJ 08822. 908-782-2705.
    • Schaefer Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blackberries (July), raspberries (August), pumpkins (October)
  • Phillips Farms
    • 91 Crab Apple Hill Rd, Milford, NJ 08848. 908-995-0022.
    • Phillips Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (May – June), blueberries (June – July), blackberries (July – August), peaches (July – September), raspberries (August – September), apples (September – October)

 

Mercer County Farms

  • Terhune Orchards
    • 330 Cold Soil Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540. 609-924-2310.
    • Terhune Orchards is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick asparagus (April – May), strawberries (May – June), blueberries (June – August), blackberries (July – August), peaches (August), pumpkins (September – October), apples (September – October)
  • Oasis Family Farm
    • 3 Circle Dr., Robbinsville, NJ. 609-259-7300. Click here to read about our visit to Oasis Family Farm.
  • Lee Turkey Farm
    • 201 Hickory Corner Rd., East Windsor, NJ. 609-448-0629.
  • Field of Terror/ K & S Farms
    • 831 Windsor Perrineville Rd, East Windsor, NJ 08520. 609-758-7817.
    • K & S Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Corner-Copia
    • 299 Princeton-Hightstown Rd., East Windsor, NJ. 609-462-8884.
  • Windsor Farm and Market
    • 1202 Windsor Edinburg Rd, Princeton Jct, NJ 08550. 609-443-9379.
    • Windsor Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Howell Living History Farm
    • 70 Woodens Ln, Lambertville, NJ 08530. 609-737-3299.

 

Middlesex County Farms

  • Von Thun Farms
    • 505 Ridge Rd, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852. 732-329-8656.
    • Von Thun Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (May – June), raspberries (July – August), blackberries (August), apples and pumpkins (September – October)
  • Habiak Farms
    • 315 Deans Rhode Hall Rd., South Brunswick, NJ. 908-917-6388.
  • Etsch Farm
    • 556 Buckelew Ave. (Route 522), Monroe Township, NJ. 732-794-6785.
  • Giamarese Farm
    • 155 Fresh Ponds Rd, East Brunswick, NJ 08816. 732-821-9494.
    • Giamarese Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peas and strawberries (May – June), peaches (July – September), apples and pumpkins (September – October), greens (October – December)
  • Stults Farm
    • 62 John White Rd, Cranbury Township, NJ 08512. 609-799-2523.
    • Stults Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries and peas (June), raspberries, blackberries, green beans, tomatoes (all July – September), tomatoes (August – September), apples (August – October), pumpkins (October)

 

Monmouth County Farms

  • Battleview Orchards
    • 91 Wemrock Rd, Freehold, NJ 07728. 732-462-0756.
    • Battleview Orchards is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick sour cherries (June – July), peaches and nectarines (July – August), apples (August – October), pumpkins (September – October)
  • Bullock Farms
    • 83 Emleys Hill Rd., Cream Ridge, NJ. 609-758-0729.
  • Antonio Casola Farms & Greenhouse
    • 178 Highway 34 & Schank Rd., Holmdel, NJ. 732-332-1533.
  • Dearborn Market
    • 2170 Route 35, Holmdel Township, NJ. 732-264-0256.
  • Slope Brook Farms
    • 213 Heyers Mill Rd., Colts Neck, NJ. 732-722-1772.
  • Stattel’s Farm Market
    • 422 Route 520, Marlboro, NJ. 732-946-9666.
  • Twin Pond Farm
    • 1459-1473 Route 9 North, Howell, NJ. 732-863-0755.
  • Happy Day Farm
    • 97 Daum Rd., Manalapan, NJ. 732-977-3607.
  • Westhaven Farm
    • 725 Route 524, Allentown, NJ. 609-259-2186.
  • Wemrock Orchard
    • 300 New Jersey 33 Business, Freehold, NJ 07728. 732-431-2668.
    • Wemrock Orchard is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (spring), pumpkins (October)
  • Eastmont Orchards
    • 169 County Road 537, Colts Neck, NJ 07722. 732-542-7764.
    • Eastmont Orchards is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peaches (July – August), apples (September – October), pumpkins (October)

 

Somerset County Farms

  • Doyle’s Unami Farms
    • 771 Mill Lane, Hillsborough, NJ. 908-369-3187.
  • Norz Hill Farm
    • 116 S Branch Rd, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844. 908-371-2697.
    • Norz Hill Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (September – October)
  • Hillsboro Farm
    • 219 Hillsborough Rd., Hillsborough, NJ 08844. 908-500-0803.
    • Hillsboro Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (September – October)
  • Suydam Farms
    • 1803 Route 27 & Skillsman’s Lane, Somerset, NJ. 732-846-7139.
  • Ripple Hill Farm
    • 181 Mountain Rd. Basking Ridge, NJ Mor07920. 908-647-1300.
    • Ripple Hill Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (September – October)

 

New Jersey Farms in South Jersey

Atlantic County Farms

Sahl's Father Son Farm pick your own strawberries south jerseySahl’s Father Son Farm
420 West Pestalozzi Street
Galloway, NJ 08215
(609) 965-9300
Visit Sahl’s Father Son Farm online at FatherSonFarm.com.

PICK YOUR OWN: Sahl’s Father Son Farm offers several pick your own fruit crops. All our berry crops ripen on a weather dependent schedule, so please follow our crop watch by subscribing on our website or following our Facebook updates. Our general schedule is: strawberries in the spring (May/June); blackberries (mid-summer); raspberries (may ripen anywhere from late August – October); and Pumpkins (opening during the last two weekends of September and full month of October). Keep posted on the latest updates about our pick your own crops and farm activities online at FatherSonFarm.com or on our Facebook page: Facebook.com/fathersonfarm. While cash is preferred out in the fields, we can also accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express at our pick your own fields when necessary.

AUTUMN ACTIVITIES: Corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, pig races, party reservations, field trips, lots of family games and activities opening the last two Saturdays of September and throughout the month of October.

 

More Atlantic County farms

  • Butterhof’s Shady Brook Farm.
    • 5800 White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor City, New Jersey 08215. 609-965-1285.
  • R and J Farm.
    • 723 W Herschel St, Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215. 609-593-6180.
  • Joseph Sahl’s Father and Son Farm.
    • 420 W. Pestalozzi Street, Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215. 609-965-9300.
  • DiMeo’s Pick Your Own Organic Blueberry Farms & Non-GMO Berry Plant Nursery.
    • 3101 Nesco Road, Hammonton, NJ 08037. 609-561-5905.
    • DiMeo’s is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries (June 10th – August 30th)
    • Read our review of our experience picking blueberries here.

 

 

Burlington County Farms

Johnson's Locust Hall Farm in Jobstown New Jersey offers lots of fall family activities.Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm
2691 Momouth Road
Jobstown, NJ 08041
(609) 353-9000
Visit Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm online at www.JohnsonsLocustHallFarm.com.

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm in Jobstown is a Pick Your Own Farm, open Thursday- Monday. They offer u-pick Sunflowers in early September & Apples & Pumpkins September-October. Hayrides transport guests to the pumpkin picking fields, apple orchards, Sunflower Walking Trail (September.) & Corn Maze. The Farm Market is open Thursday-Monday. Visit the website for more offerings, times & pricing.

  • Pick Your Own:
    • Sunflowers in September
    • Apples (September – October)
    • Pumpkins (September – October)

 

More South Jersey farms in Burlington County, New Jersey

  • Indian Acres Tree Farm
    • 111 Tuckerton Rd, Medford, NJ 08055. 609-953-0087.
    • Indian Acres Tree Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (September – October)
  • Stellwags Hidden Acres Farm
    • 116 Hartford Rd, Delran, NJ 08075. 856-764-7800.
    • Stellwags Hidden Acres Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (September – October)
  • Haines Berry Farm
    • 98 Sheep Pen Hill Rd, Pemberton, NJ 08068. 609-894-8630.
    • Haines Berry Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries (June 28th – July 20th) and Cranberries (October 19th – November 28th)
  • Reeves Berries
    • 1 Deep Run Ln, New Lisbon, NJ 08064. 609-726-1794.
    • Reeves Berries is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries (July)
  • Mr. McGregor’s Garden Farm Market
    • Route 537 (between Route 68 & Route 545), Jobstown, NJ.  609-723-1200.
  • Prickett Farm
    • 146 Fostertown Rd., Lumberton, NJ. 609-261-4204.
  • Russo’s Orchard Lane Farm
    • 310 Extonville Rd., Chesterfield, NJ.  609-259-3684.
  • Strawberry Hill Farm
    • 3 Waln Rd., Chesterfield, NJ. 609-298-0823.
  • Russo’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm
    • 529 Medford Lakes Rd., Tabernacle, NJ. 609-268-0239.
  • Taylor River Side Farm
    • Taylors Lane (at the Delaware River), Cinnaminson, NJ. 856-829-4992.
  • Johnson’s Corner Farm
    • 133 Church Road, Medford, NJ 08055, (609) 654-5894
    • Johnson’s is a pick your own farm with peaches and corn (August), apples and pumpkins (September – October), popcorn, sweet potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower (November).

 

Camden County Farms

 

Cape May County Farms

  • Allen Family Farm
    • 26 Tarkiln Road, Belleplain, NJ 08270. 609-861-3778.
    • Allen Family Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries (June – September), tomatoes and corn (July – September), peaches (August – October), pumpkins (October)

Cumberland County Farms

  • Rea Farms
    • 400 Stevens St., West Cape May, NJ. 609-884-4522.
  • Sparacio Farms
    • 670 Landis Ave, Bridgeton, NJ 08302. 856-451-4142.
    • Sparacio Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick strawberries (June – July)

 

Gloucester County Farms

  • Grasso Girls Farm Market
    • 353 Wolfert Station Rd., Mullica Hill, NJ. 856-478-6133.
  • Hill Creek Farms
    • 1631 New Jersey 45, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. 856-223-0028.
    • Hill Creek Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick apples (September – October)
  • Duffield’s Farm Market
    • 280 Chapel Heights Rd, Sewell, NJ 08080. 856-589-7090.
    • Duffield’s is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peas (Spring), strawberries (Summer), apples and pumpkins (September – October)
  • Heritage Station Farm
    • 480 Mullica Hill Rd.  Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. 856-589-4474.
    • Heritage Station Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick peaches (August), apples and pears (late August – October)
    • Read our review of our experience of picking apples and pears here.
  • Maugeri Farms
    • 1991 Oldmans Creek Rd, Swedesboro, NJ 08085. 856-467-3696.
    • Maugeri Farms is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick pumpkins (October)
  • Mood’s Farm Market
    • 901 Bridgeton Pike, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. 856-478-2500.
    • Mood’s Farm Market is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick cherries (June), raspberries (June – August), blueberries (June), plums/peaches/nectarines (July), blackberries (July – August), pears (August), grapes (August), apples and pumpkins (September – October)
  • Creamy Acres Farm
  • A. L. Gaventa & Son
    • 192 Repaupo Station Rd., Logan Township, NJ. 856-467-3550

Heritage Farms - Apples

 

Ocean County Farms

  • Argo Farms
  • Brookville Farms
    • 511 Route 72 West, Barnegat, NJ. 609-713-1594.
  • DeWolf’s Farm & Kim’s Country Store
    • 58 West Colliers Mill Rd., New Egypt, NJ. 609-758-6288.
  • Hallock’s U-Pick Farm
    • 38 Fischer Rd., New Egypt, NJ. 609-758-8847.
  • Krowicki Farm Market
    • 862 Route 539, New Egypt, NJ. 609-752-5591.
  • Emery’s Farm
    • 346 Long Swamp Rd, New Egypt, NJ 08533. 609-758-8514.
    • Emery’s Farm is a pick your own farm. Visitors can pick blueberries (June – July), pumpkins (October)

 

Salem County Farms

  • Coombs Barnyard
    • 20 Route 77, Elmer NJ 08318. 856-358-5169.

 

Don’t forget to check out one of these specialty farm listings in New Jersey.

New Jersey Corn Mazes

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New Jersey Sunflower Farms

 

Posted in: All, Farms, Outdoor Activities in New Jersey, Places to Visit in New Jersey, Things to do in Central Jersey, Things to do in New Jersey, Things to do in North Jersey, Things to do in South Jersey

Jennifer Auer is the hyperlocal mom blogger who runs Jersey Family Fun. From New Jersey, this mom of 3 boys just can’t sit still! Her husband likes to say she’s a work-at-home mom who never stays home. Jennifer started traveling as a child and hasn’t stopped since. Instead of letting her husband and boys slow her down, she brings them along! Did you know that boys behave better when they are out exploring? As her boys transition from tweens to teens there’s still so many places she wants to discover with them both across the U.S. and internationally.She has been a Jersey Girl for 20+ years, and a Jersey Mom for 8+ years and a New Jersey mom blogger for 10 years, although she'd much rather be referred to as an influencer or just by name.She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Entrepreneurship from Bryant University in Rhode Island.

3 thoughts on “Pick a Great Time with Your Kids at these New Jersey Farms

  1. Mike O'Hara says:

    Hello!
    You should add:

    Union Hill Farms & Greenhouse
    25 Cooper Road
    Denville, NJ 07834
    (973)-366-0440

    Their own produce, amazing corn, pick your own pumpkins. Great flowers in the spring as well.

  2. Rose says:

    Have lived in NJ 50 years and never explored this site. Now looking for some activities for our 6 year old grandson as he’s visiting and we would like to make it a fun visit. The timing isn’t too great due to the weather but I was amazed at all the farms open in season for picking, etc. Will definitely visit this site again as the warmer weather approaches.

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