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Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm

If you’re looking for adventure and you have a sweet tooth, you need to visit the Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm! The Mercer Slough and Larsen Lake Blueberry Farms are a part of the Bellevue Parks & Community Services Department’s effort to protect the city’s agricultural heritage. The farms contribute to the park’s picturesque beauty by providing a rural backdrop for visitor access and seasonal U-pick possibilities.

Both farms feature a wide range of seasonal fresh food, flowers, and other agricultural goods. Fresh blueberries and other seasonal fruits may be obtained at the Lake Hills Farm Fresh Produce Stand.

Blueberries are generally available from mid-July through early September, however, the season varies according to weather circumstances. Blueberry picking is only allowed in designated regions during sales stand hours. You’ll need to bring valid picture identification as a deposit for picking buckets, and you should check in with the produce stand upon arrival.

During sales stand opening hours, only certain portions of the farm may be visited. There is no cost to enter. However, you must obtain a ticket before visiting the farm. The maximum number of people that may use one ticket (adults and children) is four. So, if you’re looking for a fun and delicious way to spend an afternoon, be sure to check out the Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm!

During the months of March through June, the farm is closed Monday and Tuesday, but is open from Wednesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. From July through September, they are open from Tuesday to Saturday. They will be open from 10 am to 6 pm daily. From October to February, the hours for seasonal products will vary.

There is also a delicious Lake Hills Farm produce stand! The Mercer Slough and Larsen Lake Blueberry Farms are a wonderful effort to protect the city’s agricultural heritage and continue sharing the delicious produce.


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