In business for over twenty-five years, Blue Ridge Growers is located southeast of Hudson and northwest of River Falls, overlooking the fertile Mann Valley with close proximity to the scenic St. Croix River.  We follow organic production practices for blueberry and tart cherry crops.  Customers enjoy pick-your-own blueberries, with a selection of six varieties featuring different size berries and flavors; and “Door County” tart cherry tree varieties (read further for U-Pick crop seasons and varieties).

In 2016, the farm filled a “dream” of Jill’s to raise a small flock of sheep for fiber. The Corriedale and Border Leicester sheep are sheared each spring and processed for yarns, roving, and “no-kill” vegan, wet-felt backed rugs.  Donkeys Maggie and Linda arrived from Burro Lane in central Ohio in 2021 to pasture near the sheep.  They love attention and also act as “guard animals!”

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15:51 04 Aug 22
Very fun experience! Abundance of blueberries to pick. A bit expensive but isn't everything these days?
Bosco Robinson (Bosco)Bosco Robinson (Bosco)
17:07 29 Jul 22
Very nice, medium-sized blueberry farm. They have several different varieties of blueberries, from small & tart, to big & sweet.The owners and staff are friendly and helpful. The price for the blueberries is reasonable.
Megan ThorwickMegan Thorwick
13:34 13 Jul 21
Super cute and quaint place to pick blueberries and cherries. Adorable location!
Pamela CherryPamela Cherry
00:44 12 Jul 21
We had a wonderful morning at Blue Ridge Growers picking blueberries. It was my daughter's 18th birthday and she wanted to pick berries. We were planning to go somewhere closer to home but those patches were all picked over and decided to close. I'm so glad that happened. The berry bushes were very full, the resident sheep were friendly, there was a great picnic area, and it wasn't crowded. The sheep are only used for wool and they make beautiful yarns and other products to sell at their holiday market. It's an incredibly beautiful farm and the owners are excellent hosts.I 'll be back for more berries this month and for wool products this winter.
Norm WalkerNorm Walker
14:18 03 Mar 17
My boys and I were just running some errands around River Falls when we noticed a sign that said "U-Pick Blueberries". I have been seeing these signs for years but never made it out to Blue Ridge Growers to actually pick blueberries. Since it is kind of a lazy Friday I decided that it would be a good time to go. It is about 6 miles out of River Falls off of Double M.Don't kid yourself picking blueberries is not as easy as you would think. The bushes are small and they like to hide behind the leaves and branches. I think it took us about 20 min to pick a pint which was $3. This place is pretty laid back, I had to hunt around for someone to explain things to me but once they did I was up and running. They have a lot of blueberries and also Raspberries but they were not ready to pick yet(Beginning of Aug)