Mrs. Heather’s Is Open for Strawberry Picking!

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Mrs. Heather’s Is Open for Strawberry Picking!

Spring has sprung in New Orleans, and everyone is looking for things to do with kids in Louisiana! Whether you live here year round or are visiting New Orleans with kids, strawberry picking is one of our favorite activities to enjoy the outdoors. Of course, every Fall most of us head out to Mrs. Heather’s for their pumpkin patch. But did you know that Mrs. Heather’s also has a strawberry farm that opens in the Spring? Beginning on March 15th, Mrs. Heather’s Strawberry Farm (located in Hammond, which is less than an hour from New Orleans) will be open for the season.

If you haven’t been to Mrs. Heather’s before, we encourage you to take your family to visit!

Here is what you need to know before heading to Mrs. Heather’s for strawberry picking ::

  • Located in the Hammond/Albany are
  • Admission is cash only. For current pricing, please refer to their website.
  • Pick your own farm fresh strawberries right from the patch.
  • Playground is open for play which includes a zip line, a jumping pillow and and some fun ride on tractors for the kids to enjoy.
  • Delicious chocolate covered strawberries & jams for sale.
  • Available for field trips and birthday parties.

The weather right now is beautiful and not so brutally hot, so pack a lunch and make the short drive to Mrs. Heather’s for their strawberry farm!

Looking for more berry picking? Make sure to check out ::

Where to Pick Strawberries and Blueberries In and Around New Orleans.

Mary Olivio
Mary is a caffeine addicted boy mom to Noah, Liam and Luke. This “stay at home” mom can typically been found cruising in her minivan, jamming to Beyonce with a Starbucks in hand on her way to carpool or after school activities. Mary has been married to her high school sweetheart since 2007. She is a founder of Delivering Hope NOLA and the Vanessa Wolff Scholarship Fund at her Alma Mater. Mary is passionate in the local preemie community and has been heavily involved with the March of Dimes since her sons Liam and Luke were born premature.


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