We are closed for the 2017 blueberry season.
Directions Google Map About Our Farm Tips for Picking Berries

Care for Berries and Freezing Tips

Prices Recipes
White Oak Farm is a pick-your-own berry farm located in Renick, WV.

Thursday, August 3rd will be our last day for blueberry picking.
It is best to refirgerate or freeze the blueberries as soon as possible.

You can contact us at:

(304) 497-3577 or whiteoakberryfarm@gmail.com.



From the south:

If traveling on I-64, take the Lewisburg Exit #169. Go north on US Rt. 219 about 15 miles to Renick.Just north of the Renick Post Office, turn right on Brownstown Road.

Our sign on Rt. 219 has White Oak Farm at the top.

White Oak Farm is 1.5 miles on the right.
Please note that there are often two other signs for blueberries as you come north on US Rt. 219 before you reach Brownstown Road.

From the north:

Travel south through Hillsboro on US Rt. 219. In Renick turn left onto Brownstown Road, which is located beside Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church (a red brick building). White Oak Farm is 1.5 miles on the right

Tips for Picking Blueberries:

The best way to tell if a blueberry is completely ripe is how easily it comes off the bush. The ripest berries will be completely blue, without red on the back. When baking berries, some cooks prefer some tartness to their berries, however, for fresh eating most people prefer the ripest, sweetest berries.

Often ripe berries are overlooked in the top, bottom or center of the bush. Do not be afraid to reach inside the bush for ripe berries.



Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday we are open 8 am until noon and 4 pm until 8 pm in the evening.
Saturday hours are from 8 am until 5 pm.
We are closed Wednesday and Sunday.


The pick your own price for blueberries is $1.95 per pound, and $3.75 per pound for picked berries. (Please place your order in advance.)

We accept cash and personal checks.

About Our Farm

Our blueberries are raised in irrigated, mulched beds with mowed aisles in between. This allows the customers access to each bush from two sides. While most of our berries are grown on level ground, some are grown on a slope.The fields are also netted to keep out birds so the berries are able to reach their peak size and ripeness.

We provide picking buckets with a cord attached so customers can tie on the buckets and have both hands free to pick. We line the buckets with plastic take-home bags so the berries can be lifted out and weighed at our check-out stand.

If you plan to pick a large quantity of berries, we have shelf space for storing your marked bags of berries to keep them out of the heat.

We accept cash and personal checks.

Care for Berries and Freezing Tips

Blueberries stay fresh in the refrigerator for over a week. Don't rinse the berries before storing them.

To freeze blueberries sort out any debris, let them air dry if they are wet, place the berries in a freezer bag or container, and freeze. Rinse the berries when you remove them from the freezer.


To learn more about blueberries, including nutritional information
and a large assortment of recipes, you can visit the Blueberry Council website.