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Kids Edited by Michael Juliano Berry


Kids pick their own produce at these self-serve, family-friendly farms. By Kate Wertheimer


SPEND A DAY at one of these “U-pick” farms for an all-ages adventure much more satisfying than a morning at the local market. Each location has its own list of pickable, pay-per-pound produce; fruit and veggie seasons vary, so be sure to call ahead before you visit.


Riley’s at Los Rios Rancho At the base of Wilshire Peak, with


sweeping views of the San Gorgonio Mountain Range, sits this farm and event space where families can ride horses, attend outdoor film screenings and pick their own produce. Wander through rows of strawberry and raspberry bushes during the summer, then head back for apples in the fall and pumpkins all the way through November. à 39611 S Oak Glen Rd, Oak Glen, CA (909-797-1005, losriosrancho.com).


Underwood Family Farms This farm has an impressive selection


Tanaka Farms DISCOVER! Time Out Los Angeles July 12–October 10, 2017


of produce, with per-pound picking available for items like baby squash and blue lake beans (and even sunflowers in the fall!). Snack on plump raspberries and blackberries while you pick during summer months; Underwood even boasts “U-pick” olallieberries, a sweet, blackberry-raspberry hybrid. Wagons are available to pull wee ones through the fields, and the farm offers pony rides, a petting zoo, an electric train and a bounce house for even more kid- friendly fun. à 3370 Sunset Valley Rd, Moorpark, CA (805-529-3690, underwoodfamilyfarms.com).


Riley’s at Los Rios Rancho


Tanaka Farms Here wagon rides take you to the patches


you’ll pick from; the farm’s biggest (literally!) draw during the summer months is a patch of fat watermelons, which practically burst off the vines. Each “U-pick” tour lasts roughly an hour and includes time among a variety of crops such as strawberries, corn, bell peppers,


Find more activities for the whole family at timeout.com/los-angeles/attractions. 46


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PHOTOGRAPHS (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP): COURTESY UNDERWOOD FAMILY FARMS; COURTESY CC/FLICKR/KARA BRUGMAN; COURTESY TANAKA FARMMS


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