2380 Bellevue Way SE
Bellevue, WA 98004
The Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm, originally established in the 1940s, helps preserve Bellevue’s agricultural heritage. Although the farm is owned by the City of Bellevue, it is operated by local farmers. The farm’s pastoral setting encompasses park access and seasonal U-Pick options. The farm carries a wide variety of fresh seasonal produce and flowers. People are able to pick blueberries from mid-July to early September, however the farm is open from mid-April through October. Right next to a major street thoroughfare in Bellevue, this farm is a very convenient trip for those looking to go on a blueberry-picking adventure.
NOTICE: Winters House: CLOSED due to Light Rail construction
PARKING: As of July 31, 2017, the parking lots at the Winters House and Blueberry Farm are closed due to East Link light rail construction. Access to Mercer Slough Park and the trail system will remain open, and a new temporary parking lot near the South Bellevue Station site is be available for users. The new lot is for Mercer Slough Park users only; not commuters. Details can be found in Sound Transit’s July 25 Construction Alert.