Kenny’s strawberry farm in Fallbrook, CA, is one of Southern California’s most popular u-pick farms. This family-owned farm has been growing strawberries since 2001. This year’s u-pick season started in March, with time slots available Friday-Sunday, and it’s expected to run through July. If you’re planning to pick at Kenny’s farm this year, make sure to book your timed reservations online.
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Kenny’s Strawberry Farm Visiting Information
Main Visitor Info
- 953 Rainbow Valley Blvd, Fallbrook, CA 92028
- Dates & Hours:
- Friday-Sunday 10am – 5pm
- Dates and hours of operations may change. We recommend calling them or checking their website beforehand to confirm their business hours.
- Reservations are required for entry. There is no cost to reserve them online.
- Free admissions
- Small buckets: $8 Large buckets $20
- How much we spent during our visit:
- Total: $8
- Small bucket
- Total: $8
- Free parking
- U-pick strawberries
- Wildflower seed planting ($3/person)
- Time spent:
- 1 hour
- Places to eat:
- Onsite they sell strawberry shortcakes, strawberry lemonade and strawberry ice cream bars.
- Nessy Burgers – 3235 Old Hwy 395, Fallbrook, CA 92028 – 6.3 miles away
- Pala Mesa Pizza – 32535 Old Hwy 395, Fallbrook, CA 92028 – 6.3 miles away
- The Rib Shack – 3235 Old Hwy 395, Fallbrook, CA 92028 – 6.3 miles away
- Pet allowed:
- Stroller friendly:
- Yes, but uneven dirt paths.
- Porta potties
- Kenny’s Strawberry Farm season usually runs from April-June.
- It can get really hot during the summer months so be sure to check the weather before you go. Best to book a reservation for the morning or late afternoon.
- The strawberries are not organic. There are signs on the farm saying that you need to wash your strawberries before consuming.
- Plenty of picnic tables at the entrance area.
- There is no shade. We recommend packing a hat or umbrella.
- They offer classes and events that can be found here:
things to bring
- Check the weather before you go. The weather can be changeable; best to wear layered clothing and closed toe shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
- What we packed:
- Lip sunscreen, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, Suds2go cap, wet wipes, food, snacks, and water.
- You can get the links to all our travel essentials here: Travel Essentials | Califoreigners
- Ways to save money:
- Pack a meal, snacks and water.
- Event party rentals:
- Other places to visit in the county:
- Similar places:
- U-pick farms YouTube Playlist
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What We Said In Our Kenny’s Strawberry Farm Video
Checking in at the entrance, we were greeted by an employee who told us to grab and bucket and went over the general rules of the farm. Next to the check-in area, Kenny’s has a small picnic section and farm stand. Past that, you can get strawberry-centric snacks at Kenny’s farm Kitchen.
You’ll have plenty of open space to hunt down the tastiest berries out on the field. In our experience, the redder, the better, but you’ll have to devour those fast since they’re already ripe. Because of that, we try to mix it up with some that are less ripe that we can eat half later in the week.
Unfortunately, rain earlier in the week damaged a fair amount of the ripest berries, but the field had so many ready to pick that it was still easy to find good ones. However, strawberries are highly susceptible to intimate weather, so we recommend checking the farm’s FB page before heading over for your visit to ensure the field’s ability to open.
Kenny’s u-pick farm is a fun activity for kids in the San Diego area.
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