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9 Farms Near Montreal Where You Can Pick Your Own Blueberries This Summer

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9 U-Pick Blueberry Farms Near Montreal Where You Can Stuff Your Face

Everybody knows that Quebec has some incredible cuisine. But not only do we make good food, but we grow it, too. Thanks to the climate and the passion and dedication of our farmers, you can find some pretty amazing u-pick blueberry farms not too far from Montreal. If you're like me and love fruit, then picking your own is not only fun, but is also delicious.

Because the only thing better than enjoying the fruits of your labour is getting the chance to enjoy some of Quebec's most beautiful areas.

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And because you're probably too excited to get home and turn your blueberries into pie or scones or jam, all of the places listed here are less than two hours from Montreal.

Depending on the farm, the season may be longer or shorter than others, so it's best to call ahead to make sure that there are still berries to pick and that the farm blueberry field is open on any given day.

But with so many people wanting to have their pick, take a look and plan a day at any of these farms to get your fill for the season.

Quinn Farms

Address: 2495, boul. Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot, QC

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

Quinn Farm is one of Montrealers' go-to spot for berry picking. In fact, they've got crops all-year-round, including berries now, apples, and pumpkins in the fall and Christmas trees in the winter.


Bleuetière St-Thomas

Address: 470, ave. 69e, Saint-Zotique, QC

Distance from Montreal: One hour and 10 minutes

As the name suggests, this farm in Saint-Zotique has blueberries galore. But it also has things like apples and strawberries throughout the year.


Paradis des Fruits 

Address: 519, rue Bruce, Dunham, QC

Distance from Montreal: One hour and five minutes

This is a true fruit lover's paradise. Not only will you be surrounded by fruit all around you, but you'll be able to pick-your-own to really enjoy the fruits of your labour.


Domaine du Flanc-Sud

Address: 920, chemin de la Montagne, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC

Distance from Montreal: 55 minutes

Mont-Saint-Hilaire is known for its beauty. This farm exemplifies it. Come explore rows of the little blue gems that are both delicious and beautiful.


Bleuetière Point du Jour 

Address: 330, rang Point-du-Jour S, Lavaltrie, QC

Distance from Montreal: 55 minutes

Less than an hour from the city is this adorable farm where you can pick some of the freshest berries around. There are over 14,000 blueberry plants for you to browse.


Ferme Proulx

Address: 1865, chemin O'Toole, Ottawa, ON

Distance from Montreal: Two hours

Just on the other side of the Quebec-Ontario border is this family-run farm that has berries, pumpkins, and maple throughout the year. The Proulx family has run the farm since the 1920s.


Vergers Cassidy

Address: 2910 QC-202, Franklin, QC

Distance from Montreal: One hour and five minutes

This orchard has blueberries, apples, and pears for you to enjoy. Plus the drive there is as scenic as the orchard, itself.


Ferme au Pré Bleu

Address: 409, chemin Paul, Ascot Corner, QC

Distance from Montreal: One hour and 40 minutes

The farm's social media feeds are full of images of the reddest strawberries and bluest blueberries you've ever seen.


Bleuetière & Érabliére Giard

Address: 15, chemin Giard, Granby, QC

Distance from Montreal: One hour and five minutes

If you're a foodie, then this is the place for you. With some of the best blueberries and maple treats in Quebec, you'll be coming back here all year long.


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