hayrides Saturday starting at 10am
hayrides Sunday starting at 11
UPick Fields are open. General admission to upick and activities area $3 per person over age of 15.
Our train the McKenzie Express runs hourly during business hours
Gemstone Mining is open every day
Petting Zoo is open daily. General admission to activities area and upick $3 for all ages over 3.
Breakfast with Santa December 7th 9am - 11am
D and D Family Farms is one of the largest UPick'em farms on the Treasure Coast of Florida. Over 33 acres of naturally grown and grown for taste produce. Our farm is known as one of the best Upick farms on the Treasure Coast of Florida, which is why our customers keep coming back year after year.
This year we are growing even more varieties of your favorite vegetables and fruits. For example we're growing five varieties of tomatoes, multiple varieties cauliflower,sweet peppers, hot peppers, lettuces, squash (zucchini, cucuzzi, golden zucchini, crookneck squash, peter-pan), cucumbers, Kirby cucumbers, four varieties of eggplant, cabbage, beets, turnips, kale, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and much more.
We've made our upick fields easier to navigate. Plus there are field signs to let you know where you are and upickers will get a map of what's growing where. Wednesdays and weekends we have a trolley taking people out and back from the fields.
Be sure to sign up for our upick news so we can keep you not only informed of our activities such as our Fall Festival complete with pumpkin patch, corn maze and haunted hayride, but also when we have Upick supersells.
In January we will be having our first annual upick strawberry festival with two field devoted to strawberries.
We are in the process of making some short video clips showing how to harvest the the various crops you can pick at our upick farm. These we will be posting on YouTube.
Our Upick opens October 15th (dependent on weather conditions)
Checkout what we have in the fields that is growing and what is ready for picking. by clicking on the "Ready Fer Pickin" button below. (note the button only works during season)