The Berry Farm

(at Christie's Corner)
Juliette cherries, haskap, red, white and black currants, chokecherries, saskatoons, Evans cherries.

Address:
52002 Range Road 232 Sherwood Park, Alberta Canada
Phone Number:
(780) 918-3221
Website:
William (Jim) and Jackie (Jacqueline) Christie own a small, farm, "The Berry Farm (at Christie's Corner)." Saturdays and Sundays 8:30am - 5pm, gates are open. It's just outside of the City of Edmonton limits, Alberta, Canada. Products grown on the farm include: sea buckthorn, pumpkins, apples, apricots, plums, cherries, currants (3 kinds), saskatoons, honeyberries, strawberries and more.

Jackie has written a number of published children's poetry stories about the farm, including Pumpkin Junction (Harvest Moon Luncheon), "Merrie CherriesTM Rollie-Pollie Race Day," “Tip-Toe The Spider: Halloween Hall,” Wanda Watermelon (Wacky Waterslide Wipeout)', "Rusty Rock-a-Roodle-Roo", and "Cindy Saskatoon-berry Get's Lost." 

Location:
Drive east from Edmonton on the Whitemud, then south (right) on Range Road 232 to 52002, and enter through the large white metal gate on west side of Range Road 232.
Gate is open from 8:30am to 5 pm. On Saturdays and Sundays. Sorry! Gate is closed at all other times.

Drive south of Salisbury Greenhouses, or north from Countryside Golf Course, on Range Road 232, and enter through the large white metal gate at 52002 on the west side of Range Road 232. Gate is open from 8:30am to 5 pm. On Saturdays and Sundays. Sorry! Gate is closed at all other times.
Last modified on July 24, 2014  by Eat East of Edmonton

Category: Farms & Greenhouses Highway 16 Strathcona County