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The Blueberry Farm

Originally started in the 1940’s, the Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm is noted for its location next to rows and rows of blueberry bushes. In 2001  Bill Pace Fruit and Produce took over operation of the market stand by combining fruit from Bill’s own orchard in Yakima, and those blueberries from the Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm.

Now the market also carries a variety of produce―much of which comes directly from local farms. They also carry an array of everyday items to meet daily buying needs.

U-Pick Blueberries

The farm is usually open for U-Pick during normal open hours from mid-July to late August, although the blueberry season can fluctuate with climate conditions.

Homemade Pies, Jams and Syrups

The Paces’ brag that they have some of the best handmade pies you’ll ever eat!  Plus a wide selection of Natural Overlake Jams and Syrups produce―all made with Northwest fruit and natural ingredients. They also stock their frozen-fresh blueberries during the winter months.

Winter Offerings

During December they sell fresh cut Christmas Trees from Onalaska,WA., and fresh pressed cider.

AND, in December they sell fresh local chestnuts! Both roasted and raw!

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Located on 148th Avenue SE and SE 8th St in the Lakehills area of East Bellevue.

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14812 SE 8th St
Bellevue, WA