Kenny’s Strawberry Farm Temecula is where you can pick your own strawberries and have a picnic! Right around Fallbrook and great for field trips too.
Did you know about Kenny’s strawberry farm Temecula location??!! It is actually right outside the city in Fallbrook. They are open for the season! There’s actually more things than strawberries. You can bring your family to experience the process of choosing the veggies or fruits you want.
Strawberry Picking in Temecula
Bring them home and make all sorts of things like homemade jam or pie. They’re opening March 3rd this year so get ready!
Strawberry picking season is probably the most fun at this Strawberry Farm Temecula location. Strawberry season begins March 14th this year, so much fun!
You just pay by the basket and pick the ones that look the sweetest with your sweets! 😉 This farm also offers tours, is a great location for field trips, and hosts Birthday parties too!
Great weekend or Spring Break fun activity to do with your kids or whole family. You can find their strawberry farm here. There are picnic benches right outside of these long strawberry patches you see here too so you can bring a lunch. Spend the afternoon with friends and eat your berries right after they’ve been picked.
You can also do the same thing in Orange County at Tanaka Farms if you want to try something else new.
It’s one of our favorite local activities amongst many other fun places to go in Southern California that we do during the Summertime.
After you’ve done this make sure to visit the Temecula Blueberry Company where you can pick some of those!
If you live further out there is a huge strawberry field in San Diego too near the Carlsbad outlets you can visit along with the flower fields that are incredible and a must see attraction down there too.
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