U-Pick Blueberries in Langley

The only thing better than having fresh blueberries is picking them yourself!

Visit our farm in Langley to enjoy u-picking fresh, juicy blueberries (non-spray). Make it a fun outing with your family or friends.

Stock up on fresh blueberries for the summer and the year ahead. Blueberries freeze really well and keep their nutrients when frozen. Enjoy them in baked goods, smoothies, sorbet or ice cream, jams, sauces, pancakes/waffles, or on their own as a healthy snack. Blueberries are a superfood and packed with antioxidants, fibre, and they provide a range of healthy benefits.

We are a Family owned farm with 10 acres dedicated to 5 varieties of Highbush blueberries. Gert Weller, our grandfather, has been growing blueberries on our farm for over 40 years.

Join us this summer for some u-picking berry fun while soaking in the delightful Glen Valley scenery, then head next door to the Fort Winery to relax and taste some blueberry wine or visit Fort Langley!

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Opening Season: July ‐ August
Opening Hours: Daily 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

2020 U-Pick Prices:
Starting at $15 for up to 8 lbs
Call for pricing for larger amounts

2020 Pre-Pick Prices:
Pre-Picked Berry Request Email List

You can pay with cash or credit card ($15 Minimum)

U-Pick Tips

Check our Facebook Page, Instagram account, or call
604-835-7222 before you plan to visit to learn about our berry
availability and field conditions.

We recommend picking blueberries in the morning, when there are more berries and it’s cooler outside. Once picked, you can take the fresh blueberries home and prepare them in the afternoon. It can get very hot in the fields and there is no shade, therefore please pack your sunhat, sunscreen and plenty of drinking water.

Upon arrival, please check in at the u-pick station for tips on where to pick. To help reduce packaging waste we recommend that you bring your own picking container or bucket. In case you forget to bring a container, we have some containers available for your use free of charge. Picked and paid for berries can be transferred to a 10 lb carton box that you can purchase for $2.

Try to pick only ripe, deep-coloured blueberries. The small berries taste just as good (or better) than the big berries.

Bringing Kids or Adults

If you’re planning a family outing, and you only want to pick enough berries for dessert then bring your young children. If you need 50 pounds or more for a years’ supply of preserves or smoothies, bring your friends unless your kids are old enough to help.

Preparing Picked Blueberries

As soon as you get home, put your berries in the refrigerator. Fresh berries are more perishable than those imported, because they are picked ripe and not green. They also don’t have any preservatives added for freshness. The sooner you process them, the better the flavour.

To prepare our non-sprayed blueberries, simply rinse them in water while removing small leaves or stems. Never soak blueberries as they will absorb water and loose flavour.

For enjoying fresh, blueberries taste best at room temperature.

For storing blueberries after washing, dry them on a dry cloth or paper towel. When the berries are dry, place them in a large freezer bag and remove all the air (with a straw or vacuum sealer) or fill a container and minimize space for air. Mark the date on the bag or container before storying in the freezer.

Clean the berries you want to freeze the same day that you picked them for maximum flavour & quality. Berries are perishable and lose their quality quickly.


Is there an entry fee to visit Weller Blueberry Farm?
Entry is free. You pay for the berries you pick.

Where do we park?
There is free parking on the side of the road in front of the farm.

Do you have washrooms?
Yes, we have a portable washroom on the property.

Can we bring our dog?
Yes, you can bring your dog, but he needs to be kept on a leash.

How do we pay for the blueberries we picked?
You can pay with cash or credit card.

Can we bring our own food?
Yes, you can bring snack food to tie you over while picking berries. There are several picnic tables but no food or beverages for sale.

What else should we bring?
We recommend that you bring your own buckets or containers, sunhat, sunscreen, drinking water and cash or a credit card.

Do you hire pickers?
Yes we do. If you want to earn some pocket money you’re welcome to help us pick berries for the people that want to order pre-picked berries. We pay current market rate per pound and there is a minimum weight per pick. You can call us at 604-835-7222 for details.


Location and Directions

Weller Blueberry Farm is located in Langley, British Columbia, in the beautiful Fraser Valley ‐ approximately one hour SE of Vancouver and just off highway #1.

Address: 26097 84 Ave (10 minutes away from Fort Langley)

Driving West on Trans-Canada Highway #1, take exit 73, follow 264 street north (7 km), and turn left on 84 avenue. Weller Blueberry Farm is approximately 400 m on the right-hand side just pass the Fort Winery.

Driving East on Trans-Canada Highway #1, take exit 73, follow 264 street north (7 km), and turn left on 84 avenue. Weller Blueberry Farm is approximately 400 m on the right-hand side just pass the Fort Winery.

Driving North on Highway 13, continue on 264 street heading north and turn left on 84 avenue. Weller Blueberry Farm is approximately 400 m on the right-hand side just pass the Fort Winery.

Driving from Fort Langley takes 10 minutes. Follow Glover Rd toward Mary Avenue. Turn right onto Mavis Avenue. Turn left onto River Road. Turn right onto 256 Street. Turn left onto 84 avenue. Weller Blueberry Farm is 1 km further on the left-hand side.