Parkside Farm: Fruit Picking

Parkside Farm: Fruit Picking

Parkside Farm based in Enfield, Middlesex is a great day out. Let your kids experience picking their own fruit and veg (open June – September/October).

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We grow nearly 20 different fruits and vegetables which are grown exclusively for Pick-Your-Own between June and October. We pride ourselves on the quality of our produce, which is “as fresh as it gets”! Crops include “table-top” strawberries (no bending required), raspberries, beans and sweetcorn. The farm is set in the beautiful rolling greenbelt countryside just to the north of Enfield, and yet is easily accessible from all the surrounding areas. Do come and pay us a visit sometime?

We expect the first strawberries to be ready around mid-June. Broad Beans should follow later in June.
We are currently extremely busy planting all sorts of crops, to try and ensure a good variety of things to pick right through the season. We have also expanded our area of Raspberries.
Plums; Sadly our main Plum orchard had to be “grubbed up” this winter due to serious disease, but we still have a few Marjorie Seedlings left for a small late crop.

Please Note; Some crops may be in limited supply at certain times, so always ring the ansaphone for daily updates before setting out.

  • Minimum Spend £4 per adult/child applies on fruit/veg.
  • Coach parties/School Groups not accepted
  • No dogs in field except guide dogs

Opening Time

Open from June 2017 until Mid October. check back for 2017 dates.

Tuesday – Sunday 9.00am – 5.30pm (last entry 5pm)

Monday Closed


Admission is FREE but there is a minimum spend of £4.00 per person on fruit and vegetables picked. Children who are too young to walk are excluded.

  • Free parking

1 Comment

  1. naycolman says:
    Posted August 10, 2014 at 1:19 pm | Permalink

    Parkside Farm is so great! There’s a lovely range of fruit and vegetables to pick there. Really fun for adults and children of all ages. In dry weather it’s probably best to wear closed shoes as it can be quite dusty; if it’s been raining, wellies might be best. There isn’t much shade there so best to come prepared if it’s sunny. The farm is buggy friendly, but it is a farm and hilly and bumpy in places. Depending on the buggy you have it may be easy or tricky to push. Some people prefer to carry babies in slings to avoid this. The farm provide you with punnetts and bags to collect your fruit in and you can take these away with you when you leave. There are 2 picnic areas and a small shop selling drinks and ice creams. There are toilets on site. Highly recommend this as a great outdoor place to go in nice weather!

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