Sauvie Island is near Portland, Oregon and is a large island along the Columbia River. Posted by Iris in adventures, Portland and tagged with blueberries, Columbia Farms U-pick, marionberries, Portland, Sauvie Island. For BERRY SEASON ONLY – If the update for good picking was made in the morning and you are planning to come after 3pm on weekends it’s a good idea to call and leave and voicemail or email samara@bellaorganic.com for an update before you head out! Stems are 25 cents each, and $1 for giant sunflowers. Will post these very soon! ** Seasonal U-Pick Pricing on bottom of page**, **Please keep in mind, we are a very popular u-pick destination so we have A LOT of u-pickers daily. We planted 70,000 plants in the fields and we planted 1,000 strawberry plants in pots for you to take home and plant in your garden. Average Months Crops are to be Available for U-Pick: We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Follow up until the road forks and stay left – about a mile up on the right. Heirloom Tomatoes – $3.50/lb (These will ONlY be available for Already-Picked this year, no U-Pick. Containers for picking and Transporting Home: You can purchase buckets or boxes to pick into and bags to bring your berries home in (for purchase only). 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd Portland, OR 97231. At Sauvie Island Farms, a local favorite for strawberries since the 1960s, visitors can fill their buckets with six delicious varieties of berries, including three types of raspberries. Located on picturesque Sauvie Island, Columbia Farms U-Pick was planted in the early 1990s. There are no upcoming events. Our farm-to-plate chefs have also been making all sorts of treats for you to snack on when you visit or for you to take home; fresh spinach pasta, strawberry-rhubarb-lemonade, kale chips… and in a few weeks, homemade strawberry ice cream! Cherries  (Sour Pie Cherries will be only variety available for u-pick this year), Early Variety Blackberries (May start end of June), Strawberries (May still be available at this time). We will update this page when they are ready to pick!!! Link Below! In June and July we will have lots of other berries that have been growing sweet fruit for years. Shop Online at www.bellaorganic.com/shop, We suggest wearing tennis shoes or boots out to the farm as we do have mud, dirt, and weeds (since we are an organic farm and do not spray). sauvieislandfarms.com Directions: Cross the bridge to Sauvie Island, & continue straight. This year, Topaz is also excited to be hosting the Sauvie Island Farmers Market. Where? Dogs are allowed on the farm but not in U-Pick Fields/Fields with growing crops or in Farm Store! Dec 27, 2016 - A post about Sauvie Island, Walton Beach, and berry picking in Portland, OR. Comfortable clothes for picking! Went here first last week and picked about 8 pounds of Mt. Choose from a variety of options, including organic berry wines, jams, jellies, grilling sauces and much more! Today we headed out to Sauvie Island in search of delicious u-pick berries. We’re committed to 100% local products; from our Market to U-Pick and take-home goods, experience the finest that Portland has to offer. I’ve now gone to three different U-Pick berry farms on Sauvie Island near Portland in the last two weeks… Here’s my review: Sauvie Island Farms. Come enjoy beautiful Sauvie Island U-Pick Raspberries, Marionberries, Blackberries, Boysenberries and Blueberries. We do have frozen organic strawberries, frozen organic raspberries, frozen organic blackberries and frozen organic blueberries  available. Our very first U-Pickers earlier this week. Take a … It is a beautiful area full of wildlife space and lots of berry farms! Shop Bella Products Online FIND OUT MORE Bella Blog. U-Pick FIND OUT MORE Enjoy our mouth-watering products, with local ingredients, all year long! PLEASE check out our Covid-19 and New U-Pick rules before heading out to the farm because a lot of rules have changed. Pumpkin Pricing is a range by weight! In addition to U-Pick fruit and flowers, our greenhouses are overflowing with 21 different salad greens, including kale, spinach, arugula and — Jose’s Spicy Salad mix. I visited my sisters in Portland, Oregon during berry season and we hit the farms the first day for some Sauvie Island berry picking! map. You can purchase berry boxes from us at $1.50-$2.00 each (our cost), You can bring your own containers for picking and to bring your berries home (Please remember to weigh your containers from home BEFORE you pick into them.). Our season begins in June with strawberries and ends in December with christmas trees. New signage at Topaz Farm on Portland’s Sauvie Island points the way to fresh, organic U-Pick fruit and flowers starting May 30, 2020. New signage at Topaz Farm on Portland’s Sauvie Island points the way to fresh, organic U-Pick fruit and flowers starting May 30, 2020. Something you don’t mind getting dirty! May 22 photo of some of this year’s Blackberres. We are sorry but no dogs are allowed at the farm. They not only have acres of u-pick berry fields, but you’ll also find seasonal u-cut flowers and a large farm stand with farm grown and local produce and artisan food items. You can also email samara@bellaorganic.com for crop updates! Or call 503-621-9545 for info! Bring the whole family and experience our country farm just 10 miles from downtown Portland. This Manhattan-sized isle is home to a handful of welcoming farms flush with U-pick deals and family-friendly events. Sauvie Island kayaking and berry picking. Sauvie Island Farms. We planted six varieties of strawberry plants this spring: Hoods, Shuskans, Mary’s Peak, Ruby June, Albion and Seascape (can you tell the different, try our quiz below). The Farm store and corn maze are open! Subscribe to our mailing list. We started with one acre of strawberries and now offer more than fifteen different types of berries, covering over eighty acres. Sauvie Island – put in at the boat ramp (with parking) at the end of Northwest Burlington Ferry Road (a left turn off the main road). U-Pick Pumpkins are now open (Hayride October 2nd – 31st) We advise to bring clippers from home with you to cut your pumpkins vines if you are picking from the large patch as they are still attached to the vines. Upcoming Events. Sophie the Pig, Topaz Farm’s gentle giant and de facto mascot. ALL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND FOOD/BEER BOOTHS ARE CASH ONLY! In farm store: Cash, Credit, Debit, Farm direct checks! Sauvie Island Berry Picking. Strawberry photos taken May 22 - can you guess each of the 6 varieties. We also have peonies, pumpkins and all types of fall décor items. u-pick, The Pumpkin Patch, u-pick berries, weekend fun August 7, 2011. Must pre-pay $4 per person to enter the U-Pick fields (which covers your first pound of fruit). You can purchase buckets or boxes to pick into and bags to bring your berries home in (for purchase only). 503-621-9545 is our number, Strawberries – $3.50/lb- season is finished, Blueberries –  $4.00/lb- season is finsihed, Blackberries – $4.00/lb- season is finished, Marionberries – $4.00/lb-season is finished, Sour Pie Cherries – $5.50/lb- season is finished. Most sunflowers are gone, but there are still plenty of vivid flowers to cut. Even though U-Pick is closed for the season, we still have U-Cut flowers. offers a variety of 'pick your own' fruits and vegetables for those who desire the freshest produce right from the field. Check out the website, Facebook, Instagram, and sign up to our Newsletter for updates on next season! You can purchase berry boxes from us at $1.50-$2.00 each (our cost) You can bring your own containers for picking and to bring your berries home (Please remember to weigh your containers from home BEFORE you pick into them.) We also have our online store open all year long with great Bella products available (and more being added all the time)! We planted six varieties of strawberry plants this spring: Hoods, Shuskans, Mary’s Peak, Ruby June, Albion and Seascape (can you tell the different, try our quiz below). The farm’s grand re-opening is scheduled to happen in June.