Pick Your Own Blueberries in Strafford, NH


barn1.jpgBerrybogg Farm, located on the shores of Bow Lake in Strafford, NH,  has been run by the Lake family for over 30 years.  Nate and Anne Lake began clearing the land for what would become the blueberry farm with over 6000 highbush blueberry plants back in 1975.  The first of three fields was planted in the spring of 1976 with four different varieties and successive years brought two new fields with five additional varieties.  Nate passed away in 2007 and today the farm is run by Anne, her daughter Julie and her husband Michael.   Many of the same customers return year after year for the chance to pick blueberries with their family and enjoy a peaceful day in the country.


3 responses

  1. Barbara Lorenzen

    Hi Anne & Julie – i was thinking of Nate on August 1st as i do every year and wanted to send you a note. I stummbled on your web site which is so awsome. I think we may have missed this years picking season but WILL be up next year. there are no better blueberry’s than at Berrybogs. Really miss Bow lake and the Lake family. Hi, from Barbara and Kurt Lorenzen yes, still with liberty mutual!

    August 13, 2011 at 12:15 pm

  2. Dana Rivers

    Are you selling Spartan Blueberry plants this year.

    April 22, 2014 at 9:35 pm

    • No…we are selling Bluecrop and Patriots and they are large 4 year old plants.

      April 23, 2014 at 7:20 am

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