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Bob S.
05/2010
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Remlinger's is fun but Harvold's berries are best
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Harvold's berries are bigger and cheaper and have much more flavor. I have been going there for years. For several years now I always go to... More >

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Wonderful with kids!
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My 4-year-old and I stopped here when Remlinger was closed during the week. So glad we did: I'll always come here first from now on. $1/lb for perfect berries and there were lots of them. ... More >
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Harvolds was perfect July 6, 2011
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Took the 45 minute drive from Kent to Harvolds. Saw the sign for Remlingers and was tempted to stop, but was glad we drove the exta mile to Harvold's small farm. Berries were pretty ripe, with... More >
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better berries than remlinger's
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I went to Remlinger's for raspberries last week and Harvold's this week. Harvold's had far more ripe berries, and they had a system of which rows were ripening, which had been picked over, and which... More >
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Yummm berries
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We started to go to Harvold's when the kids were little - now they are grown and going on their own, my mother even comes up from Kansas every year hoping it is picking season! The strawberries are... More >
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05/2010
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Remlinger's is fun but Harvold's berries are best
  Bob S.
Harvold's berries are bigger and cheaper and have much more flavor. I have been going there for years. For several years now I always go to Remlinger Farms to taste and price their fruit and shop... More >
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Elizabeth S.
12/2005
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Always good-always friendly
  Elizabeth S.
One of the best prices in the area and the berries are as good as anywhere else without the commercialism of some places. I have picked here for over 10 yrs and have always been happy with the... More >
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p s.
07/2007
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Love Harvold's
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It is my summer tradition, too, to go to Harvold's in June for strawberries and July for raspberries. Great prices, friendly people, and each year they will send you a postcard telling you when... More >
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E. E.
06/2007
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Every year I make my way out to Carnation for the best berries in the area. Harvold berries are always high quality and delicious. The people are friendly, the berries affordable, and the scene is... More >
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P M.
03/2006
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Good Pickin's
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This is a summer time tradition for our family. We make it out to Harvold farms at least twice--once for the strawberries in June, and once for the raspberries in July. It's fun for the kids to... More >
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John S.
08/2005
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Every year the sun shines for a few days in Western Washington and makes the raspberries at Harvold's Berry Farm big and tasty. Unless you're already in the lower Snoqualmie Valley it's a bit of... More >
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Harvold Berry Farm

4.75.00.0 based on 10 reviews
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32325 NE 55th St
Carnation, Washington 98014
(425) 333-4185

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