2022 Season Update

Our U-Pick is now open for the season! We are open daily from 8am – 6pm. Follow us on Facebook for updates!

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Our field is located across from Randsland Farms (1050 Pereau Road). Our berries are $2.50 a box if you use our boxes, $2.25 a box if you have your own. We will be open daily (weather and supply permitting) from 8am – 6pm.

Our roadside stand is also open, with pre-picked berries available for $5 a box. Our stand is found at 1243 Pereau Road. If you would like to purchase a flat of berries it is best to call Lindsay at 679 9621 to ensure availability.

Keep checking our site or Facebook page (found by clicking here) for the most up to date information.

Our U-Pick fields, located across from Randsland Farms, can be seen from the Look Off, the perfect stop for ice cream after getting your strawberries!

Commercial Pickers: We are always looking for new pickers! For details, please call Lindsay at 679 9621.

COVID-19: Please follow current Covid-19 recommendations, including social distancing, frequent hand washing, not visiting if you are experiencing symptoms, and only touching the product you wish to purchase. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Who We Are

We are a family owned farm with 30 years of experience. We value quality, relationships, and bringing the best berries possible to your table.

What We Produce

Our primary crop is strawberries, but during the fall we offer a variety of seasonal vegetables and fruit. Many come from a far to see our pumpkin and fall harvest display. You’ll find several varieties of squash, gourds, tomatoes, pumpkins, cucumbers, apples, cherries, peppers, and more.

Get In Touch

We’d love to hear from you!

Phone: 902 679 9621

Email: lindsay.rand@hotmail.com

You can also message us on Facebook or Instagram – or just stop by! We are located at 1243 Pereau Road, on the picturesque road to Blomidon Provincial Park.

Lindsay Rand – Owner of W.E.E. Pick U-Pick Strawberries