Berry Picking with Your Family in the Tulsa Area

There's nothing sweeter than picking your own berries.

Thinking of berry picking in the Tulsa area? Here are five tips from Betsy Endicott of Endicott Farms to get you ready.

  1. All ages of kids are welcome, but elementary school age kids really enjoy the experience.
  2. Dress for the outdoors. Most berry farms are well maintained, but you should still wear sturdy shoes. Also, bring water to stay hydrated while picking.
  3. Make it an experience. Talk to the kids about the farm and growing food locally. Then, get them excited about eating and cooking on the way home.
  4. Be safe. Remember you are on a working farm, so especially keep an eye on young kids.
  5. Have fun! Enjoy your time on the farm and fruits of your labor.

While each year can vary, according to, Oklahoma’s blackberry season typically begins in July, while blueberry-picking season starts in June and runs through July.

Endicott Farms 

Location: 30 minutes south of Midtown Tulsa. 211th St. South between Lewis Ave. and Harvard Ave. (Liberty-Mounds)
Contact: or 918.344.4582

Joe’s Farm

Location: 12811 S. Sheridan, Bixby
: 918.740.1171
Find them online at and
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Open for strawberry picking around April 21. Follow on Facebook for day-to-day field and picking updates.

Maple Creek Berry Farm

Location: 33423 Pleasant Valley Road, Poteau
Contact: 918.658.9139
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Outback Farm

Location: 4163 East 470 Rd. in Pryor, OK
Contact: or 918.519.2148
Opening Day: 

Owasso Christmas Tree and Blackberry Farm

Location: 11039 N 129th East Ave. in Owasso, OK
Contact: 918.272.9445
Opening Day: According to their website, they hope to open for blueberry picking the first week of June, and blackberry picking around the second week.

Thunderbird Berry Farm

Location: 7515 S. Hansen Rd. (321st East Ave.) in Broken Arrow, OK
Contact: 918.398.3317

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