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to
SPRING VALLEY FARM
in
CECIL COUNTY, MD

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PICK-YOUR-OWN FRUIT AT IT'S BEST

Spring Valley Farm offers pick-your-own fruit enthusiasts a pristine environment in which to pick blueberries. We Thank all of you who came  to the farm in the past.  You will find some changes on the farm.  We have removed our peach and sour cherry orchards. 

In 1970 we purchased our farm and began planting blueberry bushes. Over the years we have added a wide variety of fruit including blackberries,peaches,sweet cherries,sour cherries,red raspberries,apricots,nectarines,plums and summer apples.  We have reduced the variety over the years and have reached a point where we find ourselves back where we started in the early 70's selling just blueberries. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you at some point during the 2016 season.  Bring a picnic and enjoy the fruit, flowers, birds and pond. 

~ Dan and Elizabeth Derr ~

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Updated: 
June 23,2016 
 
Opening Day:
 
We will open Monday June 27 for the 2016 picking season.
 
HOURS:
Monday June 27     4 pm - 8 pm
Tuesday June 28    4 pm - 8 pm
 Further evenings to be decided depending on ripe blueberry availability. 
     
 

 

 
 


                           
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Payment:
We accept cash, checks, Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover. 
            
Plan ahead: 
Nature is unpredictable, therefore, THE DAY you plan to drive to our farm, ALWAYS check our ripe report and hours at springvalleyfarm.com or call (1-410-378-3280)  to learn about picking conditions and hours. We update our information daily.
Save money:
Bring your own picking bucket.

Buckets:
You may buy a 6 quart Spring Vally Farm bucket for $1.75 
 

Dogs are not allowed on the farm.  Your thoughtfulness in leaving them at home is appreciated.

DIRECTIONS:
Spring Valley Farm is located on Rt.1, 1/4 mile north/east of the  Conowingo traffic light (intersection of Rt.1 and Rt. 222).  The farm is 22 miles north of Bel Air. MD.

From the north east, we are 7 miles south of the PA/MD state line on Rt.1.
From the north, i.e. Lancaster county, take 222 south to Rt. 1.  There will be a traffic light at the intersection of Rt. 222 and Rt. 1. Turn left on Rt. 1 at the traffic light.  We are 1/4 mile from the light on the right side of Rt. 1

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