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Shouldice Berry Farm & Market

In addition to our stores and PYO fields, we also offer freshly picked produce for sale throughout the season at a convenient location near you.

1) 3451 Richmond rd site- Between Baseline and Bayshore
2) 2901 Woodroffe Ave site - Between Fallowfield and Strandherd
3) 2110 Merivale rd site - Between Fallowfield and Hunt Club


Richmond Nursery Berry Farm

The Richmond Nursery has a long history in the Ottawa area. It was founded by George and Claudia Rofner as a growing facility. Now on it's second generation of management, we are doing everything we can to retain our roots as a growing facility.

Part of our tradition of growing includes working with field crops. Field crops can range from seasonal cash-crops to long term tree plantation. The diversity of our growing operations is rather unique but is something we are very proud of.

McGregor's Produce

An Ottawa Valley family farm since 1856. Our farming practices reflect our long tradition of respect for the land and working together as a family. We also value our connection with the long-established farm community of Lochwinnoch and are strong supporters of local initiatives and fundraising efforts.

Thank you for your patronage.

From Arnprior, take county rd #1 (river rd) through Braeside & follow signs. From Renfrew take hwy 17 east to Lochwinnoch rd #6 and follow our signs.


Dekok Family Berry Farm

We believe that we must be good stewards of what God has supplied us. That’s why we compost, use fertilizers as a supplement rather than a cure-all, and rotate crops in balance with nature. We practice Integrated Pest Management, using chemicals only when absolutely necessary.

Your family will enjoy picking delicious berries in our peaceful fields, or you can order picked berries at 613-592-3779 Afterwards visit our farm animals or play on our play structures.

The farm has an Environmental Farm Plan under the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food's standards.

Cedar Hill Berry Farm

picked strawberries to you.

Our jam and gift certificates for berries make great special occasion gifts. For inquiries about the farm or daily crop information, just give us a call!

From Ottawa - Take 417 west to Almonte to 155. Drive through Almonte to
hwy 29. Turn right to Pakenham. Turn left at Cedar Hill rd. & follow signs.


Boudens Gardens

From hwy 17 exit, drive 2.1km. Turn right at Townline and go 0.4 km. Turn
right at McKay st. and go 1.5km to 495 Drive In rd.

Sign at gate.

Beckwith Berries

Hwy7 2 km east of Carleton Place

Baskin's Berries

From Ottawa, west on hwy 417 to Kanata. Exit March rd, north to Dunrobin rd through Dunrobin to Vane's Side rd. Right to second intersection. Torwood Dr right, first farm on right, small grains, hay, pasture.

Acorn Creek Garden Farm & Market

60 varieties of fruit & vegetables.
Hwy 417 to exit 144, north 1.5km to Richardson Side rd. Go right 1.5km to
Oak Creek Rd., go left 2 km. Follow yellow signs

Rideau Pines Farm and Market

A true country setting away from the city and highway noises. The Vandenbergs grow everything from pickling cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, corn, and broccoli to potatoes, cauliflower, onions, garlic, honey... and much more!

From Ottawa drive south via Prince of Wales Drive or Hwy 416 or Moodie
Drive, or Eagleson rd south to Brophy rd, between Richmond and Manotick and follow the signs to 4th Line Rd.


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