U-Pick

A great way to experience the farm, have a good time, meet some interesting people, and come away with fruit to freeze or just share with the neighbors is to come to pick fruit at the farm. We have two different U-Pick locations offering several different types of seasonal fruit. Please see below for specific dates or call 831-469-8804. Containers to put your goodies in are provided for you if you need them but we welcome you to bring your own. It's often a bit windy along the coast so bring appropriate clothing. We have many attractive areas for relaxing after gathering your fill of berries or kiwis, so bring a picnic and spend the day with us at one of our ranches. Click here for map and driving directions.

You can now buy our wonderful jams at the Swanton Berry Farmstand or on-line by visiting our Jams page.


Farm Stand & U-Pick

Open Everyday 8am - 7pm

25 Swanton Rd.
Davenport, CA 95017


Farm Stand:

Stop by for some fresh berry pies, strawberry shortcakes, delicious hot soup, strawberry lemonade, strawberry apple cider & more! Enjoy these treats in our sheltered stand over a boardgame or a good read.

Organic Strawberry U-Pick

NOW OPEN!!!!! Our Organic Strawberry U-pick is $4.50/lb for 0-10 lbs and $3.50/lb for 10+ lbs. The weather is quite variable on the coast so please bring farm appropriate layers and footwear (warm grubbies and closed toed shoes - there may be mud). We typically have Organic U-Pick Strawberries from May- September.

Coastways Ranch U-Pick

Saturdays and Sundays 9am-5pm

640 Highway 1
Pescadero, CA 94060


Organic Strawberry U-Pick 2017

We are now open on weekends for Organic Strawberry U-PICK. The organic strawberries are $4.50/lb for 1-10lbs. if you pick 10 or more pounds they are $3.50/lb. We recommend wearing farm appropriate footwear and layers as it has been windy and cool in the afternoons. We typically have Organic Strawberry U-Pick from May-September.

Organic Olallieberry U-Pick 2017

It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform you that once again our organic Olallieberries have suffered from a pathogen that caused about 85% crop loss. We are salvaging what we can, but we will not be having an Olallieberry U-pick this year.