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Burr's Berry Farm, Goulds

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Founded in 1965, Burr's Berry Farm remains one of South Florida's premier spots for fresh, locally sourced strawberries, jams, and other treats. This farm is open from December to May and offers visitors a variety of goods produced on site, including ice cream shakes, pickles, salsa, and more. Enjoy the peaceful outdoor environment, family-friendly snacks, and local shopping experience perfected over many decades. Spend the day picking strawberries with your friends or family, and leave this site with bags full of fresh fruit and gifts for your loved ones. Work out when and for how long to visit Burr's Berry Farm and other Goulds attractions using our handy Goulds vacation planner.
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  • The best buns in all of south Florida. If u r into ice cream the shakes pretty good too. Beware of the long lines on the weekend. Otherwise, pick ur strawberries n tomatoes at ur leisure. A must if u ...  more »
  • This place is great for a refreshing strawberry sundae on hot florida afternoon. The strawberries are always fresh.  more »
  • Had a great time here picking strawberries and eating lunch. The price of $3.50 a pound was worth it.. We had a family competition to see who could find the oddest shaped strawberry. After picking, we...  more »
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  • Nice farm where you can go with your kids and they can pick up by themselves different fruits & veggies like strawberries, bell peppers, tomatoes. We arrived here on Sunday at 12:30 pm and it was a lot of people, grab couple buckets and went to pick up a strawberry but it was almost gone plus the berries by itself was too small, it was tasty buy way to small comparing to the other farm we have been too. So we decide to grab more tomatoes and we were lucky to find good amount of tasty, ripe tomatoes. Here you can find really good tomatoes with a taste of tomato, not with a taste like a plastic that you can find in regular supermarkets across the Florida. To bed that on the way back we didn't try their ice cream and smoothies from the strawberries cause the line was too long & it was too hot outside and we was with two kids so we can't wait for that like. Looks like we will be back to try the smoothies and ice cream.
  • This place is legendary. It is opened January to May. They serve strawberries. Fresh, ice cream, shortcake, shakes. I went the week before they closed for the season. Quite good. Worth the trip.
  • I love this place! They are not too expensive and their desserts are delicious!!! I take my family every year. Great place!
  • The BEST strawberry milkshake and strawberry ice cream in Miami, hands down. What Knaus Berry Farm is to buns, Burr's Berry Farm is to strawberry goods. They're that good. Sometimes it frustrates me that they're only open to the public from December to early May, but I'd be pretty round if they didn't stop selling their perfect milkshakes and ice cream for months at a time. I'm taking off one star only because the last batch of strawberries I picked up from Burr's were as tart as lemon. I hope it was a fluke because they're usually wonderfully sweet, but I gotta say that I was pretty disappointed. Regardless of this, if it's open, definitely go.
  • It's good place to have fun with friends. I went there last Saturday, strawberries were super fresh and delicious. You can take extra strawberries out at the rate of $3.5/pounds. Better quality than those in the supermarkets. I enjoyed taking photos as well.