Alpine Berry Farm

We are a small family farm specializing in u-pick naturally raised blueberries. Please check side panel for update. Always call (812-934-6677), or check this web site to make sure berries are available before making the trip to Batesville. We have a restored 100 year old barn where we sell 8 varieties of bluebberries. We also have restrooms, water, and chairs to take a break from picking. It is a perfect family activity - we love to have children come and see how real good food is grown.

Directions: From Cincinnati: I 74 west to Batesville exit. Turn left off exit. Go to 2nd stoplight - Hwy 46 west. turn right. Go approx 1.5 miles to yellow flashing light.. Turn right onto Huntersville Rd . Go to first stop sign - Pocket road . Turn left. Go 1.8 miles to farm. From Indianapolis: Take I74 eat to Batesville Exit - turn right off of ramp. At first stop light turn right onto Hwy 46 west and follow directions as above.

We recommend stopping at the Batesville Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. We cannot allow dogs or glass containers in our blueberry field. We recommend no flip flops in the field. We accept cash and credit.

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Listing last updated on Jul 27, 2014

We will be open for blueberry picking on Wednesday, July 30 at 8:00am. We expect to have blueberries for the next 2 - 3 weeks.



Schedule and Location:

~Father's Day to Labor Day.

Wednesdays 8:00am - dark or picked out
Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm or picked out

26185 Pocket Road
Batesville, IN 47006
812-934-6677



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I can't give these folks enough stars. We called ahead and had no trouble finding the farm. It was a nice hour or so drive up from Covington. The owners were great and made the experience a pleasure despite the heat.... [more]


My daughter and I had a great experience at Alpine Berry Farm. The owner was informative and welcoming. We felt right at home. Easy to find. Nice berries.... [more]


This was our first time picking and all 5 of us - 3 little kids included - had a great time! We all had fun picking the blueberries and enjoyed the beautiful day.... [more]

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