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Dugualla Bay Berries

How to get to Dugualla Bay Berries

Head southeast toward State Rte 20 E
13 ft
Turn left toward State Rte 20 E
197 ft
Turn left onto State Rte 20 E
4.1 mi

36951 State Rte 20

What are Dugualla Bay Berries hours?

The farm is open Monday - Saturday 11 am - 5 pm and on Sundays from 11 am - 4 pm.

Where do I go if I have questions?

Ask Sarah a question by messaging her on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Dugualla-Bay-Berries-100237988461968/?ref=page_internal

Is there a restroom I can use while I am there?

Yes, there is a restroom onsite available for you to use.

Do I need to bring my own baskets?

No, you will be provided with baskets for picking and cartons to take your berries home with you.

Can I pick berries in the rain?

It is suggested that you do not pick berries when it is raining. This is because blueberries have thin skin and a high respiratory rate. Berries that are picked in the rain retain the moisture, in turn, this will cause your picked blueberries to mold significantly faster than if they were picked when not raining.

Can I bring my pet with me?

While they love pets, it is suggested that you do not bring your pets with you as they are not allowed on the field.

How much does it cost?

$3.00 per lb. You Pick Berries
$5.00 per lb. Pre Picked Berries
$7.00 per lb. Frozen Berries

What do I need to bring with me?

Not a whole lot, they provide everything you need. However, we do suggest sunscreen since you will be out under the sun and closed-toed shoes as you will be walking through the field.

Can I freeze the berries?

Yes, you can!
1. Do not wash the berries you plan on freezing.
2. Put them in a freezer bag (we suggest separating into the specific amounts you will thaw and use at a time).
3. Place into your freezer.

Enjoy your berries fresh, in pies, muffins, syrups, jams, pancakes, fozen, smooties, yougurts, and more!

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Whidbey Island has always been widely known for its farming history.

In 1850 Isaac Ebey became the first official white settler on Whidbey Island making claim to the soft rolling hills of what we know as Ebey's Landing today.  The rich soil was ideal for cultivating crops which became a significant draw to the island for others. Learn more here.

Over the years several small wharfs were built along the shore of Penn Cove to import and export goods to and from the island.

In conjunction with the development of Fort Casey, our beloved Coupeville Wharf was built extending 500 feet into the cove to accommodate the increase in commerce even when the tide was low. It acted as the main distribution and storage center for grain. Learn more here.

Over the years Whidbey has stayed true to its roots and farmers have expanded into their own unique niches throughout the island.

The summer season brings a unique opportunity for you to visit local farms for a day in the fields picking the best berries and guaranteeing you the freshest pick of the crop for a day that you will remember for years to come.

This September (2022) we have partnered with Dugualla Bay Berries to offer you a 20% discount on your blueberry purchase when you present our special postcard. If you are interested in receiving one and have not received yours already email us here at whidbeycommunications@windermere.com. Provide us your name, and mailing address and specify you would like a discount card to Dugualla Bay Berries.