Pick Your Own Farms in Ireland
Lamberts Fruit Farm, Dublin
Every year, the rush to get to Lamberts Fruit Farm is huge as there are very few pick your own farms remaining in Ireland. Only open on certain days from end of June to early August, it is essential to check on their Facebook page to be sure of availability.
When open, there are strawberries, raspberries, tayberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, and gooseberries up for grabs.
The Apple Farm, Tipperary
Apples have grown in the area for hundreds of years, and since 1968 more and more orchards have been planted. As well as apples, the farm grows pears, plums, cherries, raspberries and strawberries – although only strawberries are available for picking, and only on occasional dates (check in advance).
There is a farm shop available year round, as well as a Camping and Caravan Park on the farm if you want to get back to nature.
The Village at Wheelocks, Wexford
Wheelocks have been growing fruit on their farm near Enniscorthy since the 1950s – strawberries, blackcurrants, gooseberries, raspberries, rhubarb and even pumpkins.
Wexford Strawberries are almost a brand in themselves, famous around Ireland for their sweet taste. Now you can see them grow at Wheelocks Fruit Farm and pick your own.
Corderry Fruit Farm, Dundalk
The family run Corderry Fruit Farm in Dundalk, Co Louth produces strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, apples, pumpkins and other produce.
Along with supplying some well known supermarkets, they offer a pick your own service during the summer months and also in autumn.
The Berry Farm, Wexford
Based in Clonroche, Co Wexford, The Berry Farm is open to the public for strawberry picking from May to September.