Pearson’s Berry Farm & Bakery

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Pearson’s Berry Farm is a full operating production facility and is recognized as the first commercial orchard of Saskatoon Berries in the world. All our products are manufactured and baked fresh at our location where the bakers enjoy the sweet aromas of fresh baked pies, tarts and muffins each and every day throughout the entire year. Our doors are always open to the public to come in and visit our farm and purchase our delectables.

The “Farm” includes a Saskatoon Berry Orchard U-pick and production.  In the summer time you can come and pick Saskatoons and visit our bakery store for a piece of pie and ice cream. We also offer jams, gift baskets, syrups, jellies, ciders and more.

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CLOSURE - Effective Immediately
March 16, 2020

Please be advised that Tourism Red Deer's offices are now closed to the public, effective immediately given the rapidly-evolving situation with Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

This decision will impact visitors to our building, the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and also affect access to the rest stop and public washrooms adjacent to our offices.

We do not make this decision lightly and do so with the health and safetly of our staff and visitors in mind. The closure will remain in place until further notice.

Currently, our team will continue regular work on-site and will be available to answer questions via phone or e-mail during regular office hours.

Phone: 403-346-0180

Please continue to check our website and social media feeds for updates moving forward.
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