Very Berry Days

Very Berry Days 2022 at Patterson Farm

VERY BERRY DAYS ARE HERE!

2022 Pick-Your-Own Fields are CLOSED for the season! Stay Tuned for 2023 Strawberry Season.

U-Pick Strawberry Basket

2022 U-Pick Strawberry Basket Container

Dates and Times:

Beginning June 5 *  Pick-Your-Own 

Tuesday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sundays: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

**We are CLOSED on Mondays during the summer**

The Market and Ice Cream Shop will be open 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 6 p.m. Sunday, and Closed Monday.

*Based upon strawberry availability, end date could be extended. Follow us on Facebook for updates on availability and inclement weather!

 

 

 

 

 



Tickets Options:Strawberry FAQ Click Here

All tickets must be purchased online to ensure access. Tickets will only be sold at the gate if space allows.


Very Berry Tickets

Access to Barn, Playground, and Access to Pick-Your-Own Fields

  • Weekend Price (Saturday & Sunday) – $15 per person
    • Weekend price includes cow train and wagon ride
  • Weekday Price – $11 per person

Pick-Your-Own Strawberries are not included with admission and need to be purchased with your ticket. Strawberries are $7 per basket (approximately 2.5 lbs.).


Just Berry Tickets

Perfect for those that only want to pick strawberries!

  • $3 per person, 6-days per week (Closed Mondays)

Pick-Your-Own Strawberries are not included with admission and need to be purchased with your ticket. Strawberries are $7 per basket (approximately 2.5 lbs.).


Very Fun Tickets

Great for guests looking to have fun in our playground and barn area only and not interested in picking berries. Does not include access to pick-your-own strawberry fields.

  • Weekend Price (Saturday & Sunday) – $12 per person
    • Weekend price includes cow train and wagon ride
  • Weekday Price – $8 per person

For all ticket options above, children under 2 are FREE.

Pre-picked strawberries, homemade ice cream, and kettle corn will be available at the Market. NO ADMISSION is required to visit the Market and Ice Cream Shop. 

 

 

Patterson Farm Weather Policy

Activities closed due to inclement weather or any other reason as determined by Patterson Farm Market and Tours will result in an opportunity to exchange your ticket for another date within the 2022 Strawberry season. Anyone who purchased tickets and cannot reschedule, please email tours@pattersonfarminc.com.



Pre-Picked Strawberries Are Available Now, While Supplies Last

2022 Pre-Picked Strawberry Pricing:
$20 a 4 Quart Basket



Payment:

We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.

Please have exact change if you are paying with cash.



Satellite Strawberry Stand Locations:

Our satellite locations are open Monday – Saturday during the strawberry season*(typically May). The satellite stand locations open as soon as we get strawberries picked from the field and delivered to the stand (approximately 8:30) until we sell out. Stands typically open at 9 a.m.

Call (704) 857-5242 for information about our Patterson Farm satellite locations.

 

W. Innes Street beside Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo address is:
1300 West Innes Street
Salisbury, NC 28144
Mr. C’s
1260 Concord Parkway North
Concord, NC 28025



Independently Owned Stands that Sell Our Berries:

Cherry Treesort:

Monday – Saturday 12-5

1920 Flat Rock Road

China Grove, NC 28023

for updates, visit: https://www.facebook.com/cherrytreesort/

Troutman, NC Stand:

Monday – Saturday 10am – sellout

Located beside Kat’s Patch Restaurant:

629 N Main St, Troutman, NC 28166



Pets Policy:

Our farm practices GAPS (Good Agricultural Practice Standards) and food safety is our highest priority, therefore pets (with the exception of service dogs) are not allowed on our farm. No pets are allowed in our production fields. All guests will be required to wash their hands prior to picking strawberries (once pick-your-own strawberries are available and open).

If your pet rides with you to our farm, please keep them restricted to your vehicle. In addition to GAPS, this is for their safety as we have a Great Pyrenees dog which is our livestock guardian dog. They live in the barnyard with our animals and are tasked with protecting our barnyard animals. We do not want them mistaking your pet for a threat to our barnyard animals’ safety.

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