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Blueberry Bay Farm
A pick-your-own blueberry farm in a serene New England setting

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We are now open with our self-serve honor system through the fall.


Blueberry Bay Farm is a 12-Acre, U-pick blueberry farm in the New Hampshire Seacoast town of Stratham. Located just a few hundred yards from the Great Bay estuary, the farm sits in a spectacular and unique rural/coastal setting.

While the blueberries from our 1300 bushes are the primary crop, we often have other specials, like cut flowers and herbs. Feel free to call or check back here to see what we are picking now.

We think our farm is a great place to spend time with family or just enjoy the outdoors - we hope you'll agree.

Our farm is all about the blueberries. We spend all year pruning, mulching, watering, and feeding the very mature and productive bushes. After a visit, you can count on leaving with every bit the berries you came for. Beyond that, you can expect a trip to our farm to be relaxing, because we run a low key, friendly operation with our family. In fact, when in our fields you may likely be picking along side one of our three generations.

When you do come to pick, consider all the other great things to do in the area. The farm is just a few hundred yards from Great Bay and the Great Bay Discovery Center. We recommend a visit to the Center if you have never been, or are looking for more outdoor activity during a visit to Depot Road. It is the perfect place for a short hike along or a canoe ride through this very special estuary. Fifteen minutes away are the historic downtown centers of Exeter and Portsmouth, NH, as well as the main campus of the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Picking blueberries is the perfect complement to a visit to any of these places.

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Blueberry Bay Farm is a New Hampshire Farm of Distinction

All our crops are CHEMICAL-FREE (no spray residue whatsoever)!

2005-2015 Ronald B. Laurence