The pick-your-own berries drive

La balade des petits fruits
La Belle de Coteau-du-Lac

Juicy, sweet bites of happiness

Bring the family for a fun day of berry picking and enjoy the taste of luscious, fresh-from-the-field fruit at one of the area’s pick-your-own farms. Learn all about environmentally responsible agricultural methods from specialized agronomists with a real passion for terroir products. U-pick, gourmet boutique, farm visit, children’s playground… there’s something for everyone on this itinerary.

From Saint-Zotique to Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot

Time

1 day

# of stops

4 stops

Distance

51 km

Stops

  • 1 Bleuetière et verger Saint-Thomas
  • 2 La Belle de Coteau-du-Lac
  • 3 Ferme Quinn
  • 4 Ferme Anse au Sable

Bleuetière et verger Saint-Thomas 1

450-267-1325

Bleuetière St-Thomas is a family-run business focused on respecting the environment. The owners believe in and practice eco-friendly agriculture and are guided by specialized agronomists to ensure farming that is in harmony with nature. The farm offers u-pick activities in a beautiful natural environment; come relive the pleasures of childhood or discover something totally new.Once you've filled your basket, visit the farm-stand for homemade blueberry and raspberry jam and their famous blueberry pies! Ice-cream fanatics will fall in love with the old-style blueberry and raspberry ice cream!

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La Belle de Coteau-du-Lac 2

75, Route 201 Coteau-du-Lac Québec J0P 1B0

450-288-4824

A strawberry specialist with a variety of sweet red fruit on offer, La Belle de Coteau-du-Lac is open summer and fall to share berries known for their size and taste. They are also one of the rare orchards in the Montérégie to boast a long growing season, from May to October. Their brand-new interpretation centre will share the secrets of strawberry growing. Discover a production method that is plasticulture, cart rides pulled by a tractor through the fields, labyrinth maize, play modules for children made of recycled materials, rest area and picnic and more! Come meet the Isabelle family, which has been working in the region for over 20 years. You will not only discover their fantastic strawberries, but other regional treats!

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Ferme Quinn 3

2495, Boulevard Perrot Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot Québec J7V 8P4

514-453-1510

Only 20 minutes from Montréal on lovely Île Perrot, the Quinn farm has been a family favourite for two generations. The perfect outing for families with young children, this family-run business lets visitors explore the inner workings of a real farm from barn to fields. Spring, summer, and fall the fields are full of fruits to harvest. Pick your own strawberries, blueberries, tomatoes, corn, pumpkins, and apples. Tractor-rides and hay-bale mazes are a treat in the fresh open air. The barn is home to goats, pigs, sheep, chickens, and rabbits who love to meet new friends. On your way out, be sure to stop at the shop for some home-baked goodies and local products such as eggs, breads, cheeses, oils, soaps, crafts and more. The Quinn farm is happy to accommodate groups from schools, daycares, and seniors’ centres.

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Ferme Anse au Sable 4

2565, Boulevard Perrot Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot Québec J7V 8P4

514-453-1396

There is no better place to discover the fruits and veggies of Québec’s growing season than at the Anse aux Sables farm in Île Perrot. Pick your own strawberries in summer, then come back for apples in the fall. Many favourite varieties grow in this 1000-tree orchard, including Gala, Cortland, Honeycrisp, and Empire. The farm is also a stellar producer of berries, squash, greens, melons, and peppers. And don’t forget that late summer favourite: delicious sweet corn! The Anse aux Sables farm will prove to visitors that hard work and a love for the land leads to great produce. A visit to the farm will also make it a breeze to get your 5-10 a day! Pick your own or visit the farm stand, where you will also find home-made specialties such as apple juice, strawberry jam, and fruit pies. Come with the family or bring a school or day-care group to experience the bounty of the Anse aux Sables farm.

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