Meadors Blueberry Farm


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Address Meadors Blueberry Farm
Meadors Blueberry Farm
3685 Orlando Ave.
Mims,
32754
Coordinates
N 28° 43.0004
W 80° 51.6372
Contact
407-383-6639
[email protected]
http://facebook.com/pages-Meadors-Blueberry-Farm/
We are a small Blueberry Farm located on the east side of highway 1. Coming from Tittusville we are 3.8 mile from hwy 46 going north on hwy 1. We sell U-pick Blueberries for $3.00 a pound. And when available we have some already picked for $4.00 a pound. We also sell cold drinks, juice, water, homemade Jam, Plants and local honey. I have a clean inside restroom and a picnic area if you want to pack a lunch. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday but if you want to pick on thoses day call and if I am going to be at the farm I will let you, but you need to call first 407-383-6639. Children are welcome and they really enjoy the experiance. There is nothing better then teaching your children to eat healthy when they are young. Hope to see to soon.
Valarie Meadors

Product Description Price Harvest Availability Stay in touch
Blueberries (u-pick) $3.00 / lb. Apr. 11 ~ May. 31 Season starts in 7 months
Honey local raw honey n/a Apr. 11 ~ May. 31 Season starts in 7 months



We will be open to the public from April 11th. until May 31st. or until the berries are gone. We will be closed for May 5th.anyone who wants to pick on Monday or Tuesday can call 407-383-6639 and if I am going to be at the farm I will let you. Call first.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

8:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

8:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

8:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

8:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

8:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

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Blueberries are located at the rear of the property.
 
 
 
 


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