Closed for the Season, July 1, 2013.
As of July 1, 2013 we are officially closed as our blueberries are all picked out. It was a short picking season this year, but a great one! Thanks to everyone who came out for our blueberries. Hope to see you all and those who didn’t make it next year!
Again, we are very sorry for the inconvenience our temporary closure may have caused.
Stay connected with Eagletree Farm by getting on our mailing list and we will alert you in 2013 when the season is going to begin.
Pick your own blueberries in the beautiful Loudoun countryside. Eagletree Farm is a private setting with a personal touch.
And because we NEVER spray chemicals on our blueberries, they are safe to eat right from the bush.
Blueberry picking offers a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors with friends or family, not to mention the incredible health benefits of eating antioxidant-loaded and vitamin-rich blueberries. It’s fun for all ages, but please, no pets.
Don’t hesitate to add Eagletree Farm to your summertime activities list—it’s worth the trip!
To get to Eagletree Farm from Leesburg take Rt. 15 north to right onto Limestone School Road (Rt. 661). Follow 2.2 miles to right onto Hibler, go 0.6 miles, then turn left onto Harrison Hill Lane, follow 0.6 miles. Click here for a map.
Bringing bug spray and containers is recommended.
Loudoun County Blueberries at Eagletree Farm: 15126 Harrison Hill Lane · Leesburg, VA 20176 · Jeff Judge & Lori McKeever 703.777.5954 · 703.851.0699 (text only)