August 20, 2018
The fields are still loaded with berries. Picking for the remainder of the season
will be on your honor. What does "on your honor" mean to me. When you arrive
at the fields you are on your own. You should bring your own buckets, there are no
rides (you must walk), Scales are available for weighing your berries and there is
a container there for your money. The remainder of the season you are
responsible. Thank you for the 2018 blueberry season. Have a great year.
To be sure please look for our ads in the Bradford Era and Olean Times. Find us
on facebook and also continue to check the website for further updates.
We will also be sending out brochures/post cards/mass emails. If you are not on
the mailing list and would like to be please send me an email at
WHO/WHERE WE ARE (Overview)
Bozberry Farms is located in North Central Pennsylvania, (McKean County)) just off of
Route 6 and Rt. 155, located on 1699 Rock Run Road in the town of Turtlepoint
between the towns of Eldred and Port Allegany. See our sign on the intersection of
Rt. 155 and Rock Run Road (pic 1). The farm is a U-Pick Blueberry facility opened to
the public (family friendly) from approximately mid July to end of August. For more
information on the farms please check out the other pages on this site.
In the field you can find a variety of blueberries starting with the early berries at the
bottom of the hill and working your way to the top with the late berries.
The blueberries are sold by the pound ($1.25) in your containers or we do have a few
buckets available for picking in.