June is strawberry picking month in Connecticut. I love bringing my little ones to pick-your-own (PYO) strawberry farms. The plants are low to the ground and the fruit is easy to pull off. They usually end up with more strawberries on their faces and clothes than in the basket but it’s all for a good time..
Mommy Tip: Dress little ones in old or dark colored clothes. Your washing machine will thank you!
Thankfully there are a bunch of farms where you can pick-your-own strawberries throughout the state. Act fast because strawberry season only last for a few weeks. It’s also a good idea to call ahead to check on the farm conditions before you go.
120 Beardsley Road, Shelton, CT
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529 Woodland Street, South Glastonbury, CT
87 Barber Hill Road, Broad Brook, CT
296 Patson Hill Road, South Glastonbury,CT
Start your day with Sunday Breakfast with a View at the farm.
130 Terryville Road, Harwinton, CT (travel .5 miles south from address)
461 Cornwall Bridge Road Rte. 4, Sharon, CT
160 Munger Lane, Bethlehem, CT
East Pearl Road, Torrington, CT
327 9th District Road, Sharon, CT
Main Street, Portland, CT
32 Reeds Gap Rd, Middlefield, CT
New Haven County
1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT
325 Higgins Road, Cheshire, CT
New London County
188 Mell Road, Lisbon, CT
436 Boston Post Road, East Lyme, CT
108 Crystal Pond Road, Eastford, CT