Welcome to Enos Family Orchards! We have Coral and Lapin Cherries available for Upick. We usually open around mid-May until mid-June, but you’ll want to check our website and social media for the most up to date information including pricing. We suggest you make a reservation using our online system to make the most of your visit. We can’t wait to see you!
Dwelley Family Farms is a family-owned and operated 4th generation farm, growing in Brentwood since 1921, specializing in both organic and conventional premium fruits and vegetables. Our (Transitional Organic) U-Pick Cherry Orchard is located at 1454 Walnut Blvd in Brentwood, CA. Look forward to seeing you all in the Spring of 2021!
Welcome to Long Shadow Farm. We are a family farm, on the lowlands just below Mt Diablo. We grow Oat hay, Chandler Walnuts, Lapin cherries, Olive Oil and a variety of row crops. We will be open for U-pick cherries in late May and we will post the season opener on our website Longshadowfarmbyron.com. Please visit our beautiful farm.
We are offering Cherry U-pick with the following varieties: Tioga, Hazels, Lapins, Rainiers, Helens, and Bings.
Join us for u-pick cherries first come, first serve starting Thursday, May 6th at 409 Sellers Ave Brentwood 9am to 7pm (hours subject to change due to fruit availability, keep an eye on our posts for most up to date information).
- This season we will be u-picking at multiple orchards with ONE dedicated appointment-only orchard (ripening soon-we will have more information in the coming days).
- Per our local county Read More
Find us this spring along Old Marsh Creek Road and you’ll be among the first ever to visit George’s Roadside Berry Stand!
Our newly planted strawberry farm is located where our Grandpa George farmed decades ago. Grandpa George was the oldest of the original Three Nunns siblings and before the existence of the Highway 4 Bypass, this fertile ground was part of a larger ranch. The remaining triangle is seen easily on the corner of Marsh Creek Road and Vasco Road and perfect for strawberries! We’ve always referred to the property simply as “George’s” and don’t plan to change that now! Preserving the name is a great way to continue Read More