Neighboring Tangipahoa parish is known for their strawberries so it makes sense that some of us would like to go and pick our own. There are fewer places to pick strawberries than blueberries but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck! We’ve assembled a list of local farms that do offer U Pick–usually in the months of April and May.

Some notes about picking your own strawberries:

Always, always, call ahead. Farms are unpredictable and they may sell out, rain out, or just close up shop for a family event. You always want to call before getting in your car and driving out there.

Bring sun and bug protection. It’s easy to get a sunburn without even realizing it!

Bring cash. Some farms will take a check. I don’t know of any farms that take credit cards. Be prepared so you don’t have to find an ATM in the middle of nowhere.

Strawberry Picking in Tangipahoa Parish

Blahut Strawberry Farm

Springfield, Louisiana

225-294-5073

Usually open week days 9AM-Noon in April and May. They also have the occasional “family day” where they are open on Saturdays. Call ahead to confirm they are open 225-294-5073.

No admission charge. Berries are priced by the gallon.

Liuzza Land

Amite, Louisiana

985-284-0722

Open every Sunday in April from 10AM-4PM

Admission $10/person for ages 2 & up.

Mrs. Heather’s

Albany, Louisiana

225-567-3493

Heather’s is open March 1st-May 15th for strawberry picking. Open 9AM-2pM on week days and 9AM-5PM on weekends.

No specific admission charge but you will be expected to pick a certain amount based on the size of your group and charged accordingly. Please see our review of Mrs. Heather’s for more info.

Strawberry Picking in Livingston Parish

Landry-Poche Strawberry Farm

Holden, Louisiana

225-294-2631

Open on weekends in April and May through Mother’s Day.

No admission charge.

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