Enter the blueberry patch at Berrylicious Fruit Farm to reconnect with what you eat this summer. This little slice of paradise will have you relaxed in minutes, whether you're a family, a few besties or sweethearts. Grab the ones you love and cozy up for an afternoon picnic suited to your needs, berry picking and more. Read on to find which Berrylicious Experience will suit you best!
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Couples' (or buds!) Picnic in the Patch
This basket is perfect for: a meal for two whether you're a parent-child duo, besties or a couple looking for an unconventional date
Price: $80 + HST
Calling all couples, besties, mother-daughters and any group of two! Enter the blueberry patch at Berrylicious Fruit Farm to reconnect with what you eat this summer and enjoy something sweet. Join Wendy and Don, farmers at Berrylicious Fruit Farm, for blueberry tasting and a discussion on the best picking techniques, before heading into the blueberry patch to pick a gallon (3.78 litres) of farm fresh blueberries.
Over two hours you'll enjoy picking your own blueberries before saddling up together for a delicious meal with your sweetheart or your bestie. Enjoy a tasty berry flatbread and mason jar salad (served with a fruit balsamic vinegar). For dessert, top things off with a blueberry and raspberry shortcake for two.
Finally dig a bit deeper into the basket to find some unplugged activities to help you get off your devices and reconnect with each other.
Snacks in the Patch
This basket is perfect for: four people looking to snack or two people looking for a meal
Price: $50 + HST
Kick this experience off by taking part in a blueberry taste testing with farmers Don and Wendy. They'll talk to you all about the best picking techniques and how to find the juiciest blueberries. Once you're armed with all the knowledge you need, head into the patch to pick your own gallon (1.78L) of farm fresh blueberries in one of seven different varieties.
Next, settle up on a blanket with a picnic basket and enjoy the delicious local harvest of Oxford County. This picnic experience includes blueberries (of course) paired up with local cheese made just minutes away at Gunn's Hill Artisan Cheese. Plus, you'll find crackers and a delightful drink within. What more could you ask for?
Family Picnic in the Patch
This basket is perfect for: families of four
Price: $80 + HST
Enjoy a sweet treat with the whole family this summer as you taste your way through the blueberry patch. Join Wendy and Don, farmers at Berrylicious Fruit Farm for blueberry taste testing and to learn the best picking techniques. Then head into the blueberry patch to pick a gallon of blueberries (3.78L) while your wee ones take part in a buzzing pollinator scavenger hunt.
Next, grab a spot among the blueberries and enjoy something sweet from your picnic basket. This basket for four includes four sandwiches (choose from pb&j, ham & cheese or egg salad). Also inside, enjoy a fun-filled blue jello with floating blueberries and topped with whipped cream. It's something all kids and kids at heart will love! Top it all off by enjoying Berrylicious Fruit Farm's signature jellyroll dessert bar and a refreshing beverage.
Finally, dig a bit deeper into the basket and you'll find a variety of unplugged games and activities that will create family memories and get everyone off their phones.
Dessert in the Patch
This basket is perfect for: four people looking to grab dessert
Price: $50 + HST
Like the other basket experiences, this dessert-based picnic starts with picking a gallon (3.78L) of delicious blueberries right from the patch after discussing the best picking techniques with Don and Wendy. Next, settle on a blanket among the blueberries and enjoy something sweet. You'll receive a picnic basket for four that includes a home made, signature blueberry jellyroll. On top of that, you'll get a cool, refreshing beverage. Finally dig a bit deeper into the basket to find a variety of unplugged games and activities to enjoy at your leisure. Now that's sweet.
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