At Cline Berry Farm, we believe that a berry farm is much more than just an open fruit stand. It is an experience. At this time we raise and harvest four cultivars of highbush blueberries – Duke, Bluejay, Blueray and Blue Crop – all ripening in the month of June. We accommodate those who wish to pick their own and those who wish to purchase pre-picked berries. We sometimes have berries at the Harrison Farmers Market, if supplies permit. We have clean fields on a hilltop providing a scenic, enjoyable farm experience.
We planted blueberries and blackberries on our farm some 20 years ago. We presently grow blueberries only.
Our berries are not certified organic, though there are no over-the-top sprays and no chemical contact with berries. We do spot treatment with herbicides, but mainly control weeds with mulch and mechanical tools. Our berries are irrigated with potable water.
We and our customers consider our blueberries the best available!
How to get our Blueberries
We sell blueberries in two ways.
You can come and pick your own using our buckets and harnesses (first come first served with sometimes limited harnesses)
Usually around a week before harvest (again usually early to mid June) we start taking orders and fill as many as we can in the order they are received for as long as we have berries to pick.
Visit Cline Berry Farm
How to find us from the Courthouse Square in Harrison, Arkansas
Go 1 block south to HWY 7N. Drive east toward Edwards Grocery & Miller Hardware (landmarks)
Where HWY 7 crosses HWY 62E / 65S, (just west of Edwards), proceed east on HWY 62E / 65S
From HWY 62E / 65S turn left (north) on 3rd St which becomes Silver Valley Road.
Travel one mile.
Turn left (north) on the farm road marked by the blueberry banner
Travel a quarter mile to the blueberry field.