Bellevue Blueberry Farms

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm in the Lake Hills Greenbelt

Originally established in the 1940s, the Mercer Slough and Larsen Lake Blueberry Farms are owned and managed by the Bellevue Parks & Community Services Department to help preserve Bellevue’s agricultural heritage. The farms provide a pastoral setting for park access and seasonal U-pick opportunities.

Both farms carry a wide variety of fresh seasonal produce, cut flowers and other agricultural products. Over-the-counter blueberries and other fresh produce can also be purchased at the Lake Hills Farm Fresh Produce Stand. Bellevue Community Farms Flyer 2017

People can usually come pick blueberries from mid-July to early September, however, the season varies with climate conditions. Blueberry picking is only permitted in designated areas during sales stand operating hours. Please bring valid Washington state identification as a deposit for picking buckets, and remember to check in with the produce stand upon arrival.

Contact

Parks & Community Services 450 110th Avenue NE or PO Box 90012Bellevue, WA 98009-9012

Telephone

425-452-6885

Email

parksweb@bellevuewa.gov

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Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm

700 148th Avenue SE

  • Open July through September.
  • Hours vary - please call the farm for more information.
  • Cash or checks only, please.       
  • Information and product availability:
    • Farm - 425-499-5322
    • Bellevue Parks - 425-452-7225
  • Driving directions - From I-90, take 148th Avenue SE exit (BCC exit, 11B) north. Turn right into parking lot just past SE 8th Street.

Lake Hills Farm Fresh Produce Stand

156th Avenue SE and SE 16th Street

  • Please call the farm for more information.
  • Cash or checks only, please.
  • Information and product availability:
  • Farm Stand - 425-233-1198 or 425-233-1199
  • Bellevue Parks - 425-452-7225

Driving directions - From I-90, take the 148th Avenue SE exit (BCC exit, 11B) north to SE 16th Street.  Turn right on SE 16th Street.  Turn right into the Community Farms parking lot just before the 156th Avenue SE intersection.

Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm

2380 Bellevue Way SE

Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm will be closed, and there will be no public access during Sound Transit's Link Light Rail construction.  The berries will be harvested and sold at the Larsen Lake produce stand.  U-Pick is still available at Larsen Lake.

When construction is complete, the Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm will reopen with a newly-constructed produce stand adjacent to the Winters House.  For more information, please call the Mercer Slough Education Center at 425-452-2565.

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