About thirty years ago, when Christine was a little girl, her family planted a bunch of blueberry bushes in a field behind their house. Unfortunately, the farm and those bushes were neglected for a long time and very few people were able to enjoy the luscious blueberries that were growing so well. But now, with the help of her husband Michael and four little girls, they are slowly restoring Halfway Acres and sharing the bounty with all those who pick from it’s fields.
These bushes have NOT been sprayed, fertilized, or touched with anything other than the rain that God brings from the sky. We are not a certified organic blueberry farm, but we promise you that these berries are as clean and pure as God can make them. Feel free to eat them straight off the bush! Pick your own and freeze as many as you can–eat blueberries all year round!
Come on out–meet the family…pick, eat, and enjoy!
We are located at 200 Purgatory Road, Campbell Hall, NY 10916
WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2017 SEASON. We will re-open towards the end of June 2018 for blueberry picking. Check our Facebook page for updates on our raw honey supply.
Being that this is a farm and you’re out in a field, we encourage people to dress appropriately (socks, sneakers or boots, light pants or shorts – we discourage flip flops and sandals.) Since the berries are left in their natural state, the season only lasts until the middle or end of July, it’s rare that we have berries into August. Especially with all of the people and birds trying to get their share! You can reach out to us by email or phone to find out if berries are still good for picking before you make the trip.
The price for 2017 is $5.50 per pound. We have buckets for picking and we provide bags for you to take home. There is a clean porta potty with sink on site as well.
We also provide picnic tables for those who want to hang out in the fields and have a lunch or snack.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can visit us on facebook as well. https://www.facebook.com/halfwayacres
For directions, click here!