The Holland area enjoys an abundance of family-owned farms and rolling fields of orchards that provide a bountiful harvest in summer and fall. Pick your own blueberries, strawberries and apples at locally owned farms. Visit the Downtown Holland or Park Township Farmers Market for one-stop shopping for plants, homemade delicacies, fresh produce and farm-to-table meats and cheeses. No matter where you roam in the Holland area, a home-grown harvest awaits you.
Behm Blueberry farm has been family owned and operated since 1952. The farm was started by Howard and Phyliss Behm where the two of them worked very hard to grow just the finest quality blueberries.
Visit the Bowerman Blueberry farm on the north side of Holland for already-picked blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, garden fresh vegetables, jam, local honey and more.
The Crane family Michigan fruit orchards in Fennville Michigan is the heart of the state's fruit belt. Enjoy the Pie Pantry Restaurant for home-cooked food, dessert and fresh-pressed cider.
The Farmer's Co-op is the location for the Hudsonville Farmers Market & Crafts on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., early June to early October.
A family friendly farm offering pick your own and already picked blueberries, with 12 varieties to choose from throughout the growing season.
The Holland Farmers Market features nearly 70 vendors offering freshly picked fruit and vegetables, plants, baked goods, spices, cheeses, meats, garden art and furniture, and fresh or dried flower
Established in 1948, Kenny Garden Farms has clean, mature fields and large, sweet blueberries. Hours are Wed-Sat 10am-3pm. Call to confirm hours and season. Group rates available.
Blue Star Farms, Inc. is a large-acreage, family owned farm 15 miles south of Holland. During the season, they offer hand picked blueberries as well as custom harvest and process blueberries, and
Reenders Blueberry Farm, just north of Holland in West Olive, has been family owned and operated since 1956. Reenders Farm has 800 acres of blueberry plants and 12 varieties. They also have
From our family's first generation field planted in 1941 to our fifth generation of family members starting their work in recent years, S. Kamphuis Blueberries has been committed to providing clean,