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We recently moved from California to Maryland. Larriland Farms was our first farm/u-pick experience here in Maryland. U-pick in California is dusty and dirty - u-pick in Maryland is wet and muddy. Fortunately, we brought our rain boots.
We really had to pay attention here to make sure the cherries that we picked were ripe. Fortunately, there was a staff person that showed us examples of ripe cherries, almost ripe cherries and not at all ripe cherries. This really helped the kids - who wouldn't listen to mom as well as the "farmers." There were plenty of cherries at the right height for my preschool kids to pick.
The stand held our cherries while we picked strawberries. We were given a specific row to pick which was new for us. My kids, who are used to roaming around, were a bit frustrated with having to stay in one spot. We weren't able to pick as many strawberries as I wanted or finish our row cause the kids were having trouble focusing on picking berries.
There were a lot of staff on site, and they were all very helpful. The fruit we picked was very yummy ( even the cherries picked by the kids that weren't quite ripe.)