FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Can I bring my own container for berry/produce picking?
A: Yes! We always encourage our customers to recycle and bring their own containers for picking. We only ask that you please do not bring glass containers. Many of our customers like to bring the following:
Don't worry if you forget to bring your own container! We sell U-pick boxes at-cost, available in our market.
Q: Can I bring my dog/cat/pet to your farm?
A: NOPE. Animals are not allowed on our farm. This rule exists to keep our berry fields clean and safe for consumption.
Q: Do you have a picnic area? Can we bring a lunch?
A: Yes! We have several picnic tables under our gazebo. Please feel free to spend the day munching on your food and fresh-picked produce.
Q: Are you cash-only?
A: We accept cash, check, Visa and Mastercard.
Q: What else is there to do on the island?
A: Sauvie Island is full of fun activities for the entire family. Please check out the island's website for more information: http://sauvieisland.org
Q: Where is the nude beach?
A: Although we've never been, the clothing optional beach (Collins Beach) is located past Reeder Beach, after Reeder Rd. becomes gravel.
Q: Do you offer a hay ride / pony ride / corn dogs / kettle corn / etc?
A: All of those sound like fun! However, we pride ourselves in offering a quiet, quaint, working-farm experience for our customers. We do not offer any festival-esque activities, but there are plenty of other farms on Sauvie Island that do.
Q: Do you spray your berries?
A: Please check our Sustainable Farming page for more information.
Q: Are you certified organic?
A: Nope. We don’t feel the need for a third party certificate to know that what we grow is nutritious, safe to eat, and delicious. Please check our Sustainable Farming page for more information.
Q: Can I rent your farm or barn for my wedding/event/large party?
A: No, unfortunately our farm and buildings are not available for rent. If you are looking for a space on Sauvie Island, the Bybee Howell Park is a pretty location. For more information, click here.