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Our Story

The Blueberry Patch is a family owned and operated business bringing you deliciously fresh Michigan blueberries since 1978.  Located in Sawyer, just a few minutes from Lake Michigan and several great restaurants, our farm is an excellent stop during your visit to Southwest Michigan. 

Featuring 8.5 acres of hearty blueberry bushes, our farm offers a wholesome experience the entire family can enjoy.  

We typically open in mid-July with the season going through mid-August. The season depends heavily on the weather, so it’s always a good idea to give us a call to make sure we have berries available.  

U-Pick:

Come soak up the summer sun and pick your own fresh blueberries to enjoy!  We are now offering pre-paid one-gallon and half-gallon buckets to pick into and take directly home. 

One-gallon bucket with lid- $18

Half-gallon bucket with lid- $10

1/4 gallon with lid- $6

(minimum purchase of one 1/4 gallon bucket required)

You will find four varieties of blueberries in our U-Pick fields.  Drapers are our newest addition and our earliest variety. These bushes are still young and growing, but produce a large, sweet berry with a snap.  Bluecrop are our second earliest and most popular variety, as they tend to be a larger, sweet berry.  Rubels are a smaller mid-season berry which pack a punch of flavor for baking.  Our latest variety, Jerseys, are a medium sized berry great for snacking or baking. 

All-Ready Picked:

As much fun as picking your own blueberries can be, we know sometimes you’ll want to just grab berries and go. That’s why we offer All-Ready Picked blueberries hand-picked daily to ensure you’re taking home the freshest bunch.  

All-Ready Picked berries come in four sizes:

10-pound box- $34

5-pound box- $18

2-pound container- $9

Pint container- $5

 

Wondering what variety you'll be getting?

Give us a call and we'll be happy to let you know!

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Owners

Richard and Brita Soper

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