Farm in the King County, Washington
42930 SE 92nd St, North Bend, WA 98045
Our farm has been in the family since 1946. It was originally 80 acres and we now have approximately 42 acres remaining. The current family owners are Steve & Jayne Bybee. We bought the farm from our Father in 1980 and 3 years later planted 7 more acres of new blueberry plants.
Of course, we need to keep up with the demand of our long time customers that return every year as well as the new families that come out to experience the joy of picking at the farm and the taste of "off the bush" fresh blueberries. That is why we are dedicating 5 more acres on the farm to more u-pick blueberries. We are looking into a different variety that would ripen earlier to extend the picking season.
LOVED THIS PLACE.
I brought my three and a half year old grandson and he just had the greatest time. It was easy to find blueberries down low and up high and everywhere. Everybody in the field was just having a great time - you could hear people chattering away and just enjoying themselves. Plus, the view of the mountain is phenomenal from this location. When the weather is good this is just the perfect day outing and you have a big bunch of tasty blueberries to eat for several days.... I can't recommend it highly enough!
Biggest, sweetest blueberries in the northwest.
Just get there early on the first day too ensure you get first pick. Only pick big blue ones, let the greens and the red colored ones ripen a bit more. Charming employees. Bring gloves, water, insect repellant, and maybe a hat too.