Blueberries Farms in the Ottawa-Outaouais Region

| August 26, 2015 | 13 Comments

Nothing beats picking your own fresh fruits like blueberries! You will find below a list of farms where you can bring the family and to let your kids explore and teach them about harvesting. If you are looking for a recipe idea using blueberries, you have to make the Blueberry Mini Baked Cake Donuts!  You will find below Blueberries Farms in the Ottawa-Outaouais Region!



N.B. Always view the farm’s websites or call them prior to visiting to see if they are open for the season.


Blueberries Farms in the Ottawa-Outaouais Region


1. Shouldice Berry Farm and Market

Strawberries, Peas, Potato’s, Bean, Raspberries, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Peppers, Wild Blueberries, Cucumbers, Apples, Squash, and Pumpkins when in season.
3451 Richmond Road & 2901 Woodroffe Avenue, Nepean, ON 

2. Canaan Blueberry farm

blueberries, honey
2351 Canaan Road, Ottawa, ON 

3. Les Vergers Villeneuve and Blueberry Farm

apples, blueberries, grapes, pears, plums, pumpkins, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, school tours
1341 Rollin Road, St.-Pascal Baylon, ON K0A 3N0 

4. Ovens Farm

Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Saskatoon Berries
4205 Nixon Drive, Osgoode, ON, K0A 2W0

5. Potager Eardley

strawberries. blueberries, raspberries, squash and pumpkins
398 ch. Eardley, Gatineau, ON J9J 2Y9


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  1. KD says:

    I didn’t know blueberries grew that far south. Neat!

  2. mrdisco says:

    blueberries are great for their anti-oxidant properties

  3. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    When I was a child we used to go and pick our own wild blueberries, now there are houses all over 🙁 Mum used to make a delicious pie with them, it was yummy.

  4. JaimeeM says:

    I wish I lived more north! Id love to go blueberry picking 🙂

  5. kathy downey says:

    I love wild Blueberries they grow right in our backyard

  6. s powell says:

    Love blueberries

  7. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’ll have to have a go at making a blueberry pie soon, though I do find the ones in the stores are tarter than how I remember the ones we picked in the wild.

  8. Calvin says:

    Got to love blueberries they are so nutritious, this is awesome. There a lot of blueberry farms here too.

  9. Gloria Webber says:

    I love blueberries. I used to pick wild blueberries for my mom to make pies with!

  10. micheline says:

    Love blueberries, we used to pick wild blueberries off of Hwy 7 just growing wild.

  11. Shirley O says:

    Blueberry picking is a great way to spend an afternoon.

  12. Carole D says:

    I wish I live closer, nothing better then wild blueberries.

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