Augusta Blueberries

It's Soooooo Easy when the Berries are Soooooo Big !.

Closed for the season​​ 

THANK YOU to EVERYONE who "Picked Us" in 2020.

We hope to see you again next year when we open again in mid-July.






            

For the 2020 picking season, we will be complying with CDC covid protocol
 For safety of all, we ask that you wear masks in checkout area, remember to bring one.  If you need a mask they will  be available            for $1.00.   Mask in the blueberry patch is optional.   Bring hand sanitizer if you feel you need it.  
 Please adhere to 6ft social distancing at all times
 To reduce contact, we will not be pre-weighing containers this year.  The scale will be set to deduct the weight of a typical ice cream        pail,  so try to use your own ice cream pails.  We will not be providing reused and shared pails this year.

 Price is $2.25 per pound (same as the last 3 years).

 At checkout, please limit people in your group to those needed for checkout process.
 Please keep your children with you at all times to avoid interference with and for the safety of others.

We want this to be a fun safe experience for all. Please be mindful of others.  Stay home if you have been sick or not feeling well.  We look forward to seeing all.  Thanks for “Picking Us”.          We accept cash or check.  Please bring your own pen for writing.

       Call us at 612-850-9852            © copyright Augusta Blueberries - 2020           E27020 E Branch Rd Fairchild WI 54741      

If this page isn't current, CALL FIRST, 612-850-9852.  We're hoping to see you again, or for the first time!

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When ya'gusta have some Blueberries, we hope you'll "Pick Us"

Augusta U-pick Blueberries is located 7 miles east of Augusta Wisconsin, on Highway 12, then east on East Branch Rd.  Go to the end of the "dead end" (one-half mile off Hwy 12). 

Click on directions page for a map.  Call if you have questions   612-850-9852


The first 3 open weeks are usually the best and easiest picking. 

Bring your own picking containers, ice cream pails seem to work good.   

​​​​​​​Updated: Tues, Oct 13, 2020