Blueberries, Plums, Peaches, Apples

The Fruit Farm Will Close This Week, 7/28-30 Due to the Heat & Lack of Fruit


Mason Beach Fruit Farm

Hacks Neck, Virginia

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Asian Pears In Bloom

Description: blueberryBlueberries and Large Fruit @$1.00 per pound Description: apple

Pick-Your-Own ONLY for Blueberries


Important Update -- The farm will be closed this week (7/28-30) because of the heat and lack of ripe fruit.  We will reopen next week on 8/4-6 for blueberry picking.  The last of early peaches (limited amount) will be for sale at the farm office. 7/26/16



The farm will again be open for blueberry picking using our you-pick/honor system on 8/4.  Ripe blueberries will continue to be scarce.   Because of the late spring frost and cooler spring weather, the blueberry ripening is delayed.  Also, it is now apparent that the blueberry crop will be significantly reduced because of the late spring frost – as much as 75%. 


All other large fruit (peaches, apples & plums) will be closed to you-pick.   The large fruit will be picked by us, and for sale at the farm office.  Picked peaches (limited amount) will be available until 12:00 Noon each day that we are open. We will only pick in the morning hours.  We reserve the right to limit the pounds sold. There will be no early plums and apricots, again because of the spring frosts.


Also, fire-blight disease has destroyed the majority of the pear trees that have been cut down.  Apricots, pears (Asian or European), blackberries and grapes are no longer available.  The apple harvest does look promising for the later apple varieties with picked apples available starting about mid August.


Blueberries not damaged by frost (06/08/16)

Blueberries damaged by frost (05/25/16)



Young McIntosh Apples (5/28/16)

Young Red Haven Peaches (6/7/16)



Young Cresthaven Peaches (mid-August harvest)

Friendly Greeter, Only Maggie Now*


* In Memorial to ZOE


Our 15-year old yellow lab, Zoe died on June 13.  The following are several photos of Zoe with past and  present buddies.


ZOE (May 5, 2016)

Zoe and Maggie

Zoe and Sandy (DaughterÕs Family Dog)

Swimming Buddies- Old Nell, Pup Zoe & Nestle ( A SonÕs Family Dog)

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Young Zoe and Old Nell (South Point of Butcher Creek), Jan. 2003




For all dog lovers whether labs or generic!

Source: Michele Bachmann‪@MicheleBachmann Jul 24






All fruit including the blueberries will be priced at $1.00 per pound.  The farm will open from Thursday to Saturday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  We will be closed on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Closing the first part of week gives time for grass cutting and orchard maintenance.


This year will be the 19th season that the farm has been operated by us. The schedule for having picked fruit at the farm office is to be decided.  Look for updates on our web site (


Winter cleanup and pruning of the fruit trees and blueberries is about complete.  Selective spraying to control weeds, plant disease and pests is in progress.  We acknowledge help from neighbors and family.  Special thanks go out to Don who critically helps with early spring pruning, cutting grass and large fruit harvesting.


Pruning Mutsu Apples

Mutsu Apples Pruned



Pruning to Burn Pile

Fruit Tree Spraying



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Contact Information

Mason Beach Fruit Farm

29113 Mason Beach Road

Hacks Neck, Virginia  23358

757-442-7287 or