West Granville Blueberries is a four-generation farm that was started by the Sena brothers John and Steve. In the early days they also grew potatoes, tomatoes and cucumbers adjacent to the blueberries. Since then, the row crops have been dropped and the land turned to growing hay. In the early 2000's their nephew Leon Ripley took over the farm and moved to a pick-your-own operation.
Enjoy the fresh air and sunshine while you pick your own large, juicy, cultivated high bush blueberries at West Granville Blueberries on North Lane in Granville. Picking buckets and pint baskets provided.
Current picking conditions can be found below, or feel free to call us ahead for the latest information.
Open mid-July to early September 10:00am to 5:00pm. Blueberries are $3.50 a pint
Directions from Southwick:
Take Rt 57 west to Granville Center. From Granville Center continue traveling west on Route 57 for 4.1 miles. After passing Prospect Mountain Campground take the next right onto North Lane. Follow North Lane 2.2 miles to West Granville Blueberries.
OUR BLUEBERRIES ARE DONE FOR THIS YEAR. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO CAME SEE YOU NEXT YEAR