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Welcome to Adkins Blueberry Farm

 

 

We are closed for the year.

Thank you for your support and a great season.

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for a place to hold your next gathering? Contact us for the opportunity for your next party or gathering at Adkins Farm!

 

 

Our field is closed, but you can call to order :

  • Blackberries
  • Yellow Plumbs
  • Apples
  • Frozen Blueberries

Be sure to call to order and check on availability, also you will need to arrange a time for pickup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Closed on Mondays!!

 

 

 

 

During the season we have Free Storytime and kid activities: Fridays at 10:00

During the season we have Movie Nights on the Barn. Free, Kid Friendly Event. Call for details 541-953-4872

 

  

 

 

  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other produce available for sale while in season: Apples, Blackberries, Plums 



                      

New This Year:

Chickens with farm fresh, free-range, Eggs

Western Town


 

   




2018 Events

 

We want to give a big thanks to all of you that made the 7th Annual Blueberry Festival a big success and a wonderful time. And a special thanks to those who gave their time. Bands that donated their talent and time: The Never Ever Band, Sky and the Beet Pickers, Satori Bob, Gumbo Groove, Rob Tobias and the Northwest Express. Project Koru: Mindy Buchanan and Joanna Hershey. Goshen/ Pleasant Hill Fire Department. Food Vendors that attended and gave to the cause: Traveling Tap, Mad Greek Deli. Home Depot: Eunice Wilkins who brought out wonderful kid activities. Legendary Faces: Dess Legend. To all the local stores that donated to the silent auction. Set up and much more: Joel Dougall, Chad Hadley, Jeremy Pointere. Parking and Photo Booth: Smith Family, Savannah Smith. And as always we couldn’t do it without the Baum Family, Gary and Jane Mertz, Ashley Lynn and the Johnson Family.

 


7th Annual Blueberry Festival


Saturday, July 21st, 11:00am until 7:00. This year we are working with Project Koru as the nonprofit. You can see what they are about at https://www.projectkoru.org/. Project Koru provides an opportunity for cancer survivors to gain a connection, social support, body confidence and inspiration. The event will be free to all with the hopes to collect donations for the cause.

Schedule 
11:30-12:30 The Never Ever Band.
1:00-2:00 Sky and the Beet Pickers
2:30-3:30 Satori Bob
4:00-5:00 Gumbo Groove
5:30-6:30 Rob Tobias and the Northwest Express

Food Cart, and Travelin Taphouse:  Travelin Taphouse

Google Map of Farm 

 

 

  

 


 Season of Operation:

  • Typical season first of July to first week in August

     


Prices:
 
Come on out and enjoy some quality berry picking time.

Please call ahead for large orders of berries.

Don't forget to call us about our 30# special for already picked. Reserve yours today. 541-953-4872
  • U-pick $2.00 per pound
  • Picked $4.25 per pound
  • Check us out of Facebook for fun specials

 
 

Hours of Operation: Closed for the season (see hot summer schedule above)

  • Monday closed
  • Tuesday -Saturday 8:00-5:00
  • Sunday 12:00-4:00.
  • Story time will take place every Friday at 10:00am, a Free Family Event.

Address & Directions:

  • 85995 Gossler Rd, Eugene, Oregon 97405
  • Take Seavey Loop to Hoya to Gossler, nestled below Mount Pisgah.

Mailing Address, Phone & Email:

  • 85995 Gossler Rd, Eugene, Oregon 97405
  • 541-953-4872
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Other Details:

  • Please bring your own containers to take the berries home.
  • No dogs
  • No Smoking or Vaping of farm property