Farm Fresh Produce & Family Fun

Bill's Berry Farm is a small family farm located in the beautiful Yakima Valley of eastern Washington. We specialize in 'Farm Fresh Produce and Family Fun' and would love to have your family come pick some of our organically and biologically grown fruit, fresh from the field!

Pumpkin Festival is Going on NOW!

Open Wednesday to Saturday Sept. 28 - Oct. 26, 2019 10am to 6pm

Wednesday & Thursday - No Farm Admission Fee; all activities are pay-as-you-go

Friday & Saturday - Farm Admission Fees Apply


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 October Upick Hours!


Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 6pm


Please see our PET POLICY below!

CURRENT UPICK: Raspberries and Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Golden Delicious, Cameo & Fuji apples! See details below!

Pumpkin Festival

Wednesdays to Saturdays,  September 28 - October 26.

If you are looking for clean, wholesome harvest fun, fresh produce and great memories then you will love our Pumpkin Festival with a large variety of activities that all ages will enjoy.

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Currently in Season


Please call farm phone 509-882-3200 to see what is available today before driving out!


All fruit grown with

biological farming methods



(certified organic & biologically grown)

U-pick $3.35/lb,

We Pick pt $6, 1/2 flat $24, flat $44


 Fuji, Jonagold, Cameo & Golden Delicious Apples

(biologically grown)

Upick $1.35/lb  We pick $25/20lb box or  $1.85/lb


Honeycrisp Apples (biologically grown)

Upick $2/lb  We pick $43/20lb box or  $2.75/lb


Available from Freezer



Organic Blueberries

2019 Crop $18/4 lb bag


Organic Blackberries

2019 Crop $17/3lb bag


Organic Raspberries

2019 Crop $17/3lb bag


Frozen Take-n-Bake Pies 
    Triple Berry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Peach, Peach/Blueberry Crumble Top & Heritage Apple

Mini 5" $8,  Large 9" $24

Pet Policy

We have a strict NO PETS policy! Please leave your pets at home for their comfort.

We DO allow properly restrained and trained Service Dogs.  Please stop at the Farm Store and check in. Food Safety Regulations do not allow dogs in the field. Thank you!