|Happy Hollow U-Pick
|Located One Mile North of the Quad City Downs in Rural, East Moline, Illinois
|Happy Hollow U Pick is a "U Pick" Farm.
We opened our fields for our first growing
season in the spring of 1995 and have been
growing ever since.
Thank you to all of our regular customers who
give us advise and praise. And to those who
have helped us choose fruits and vegetables
that our customers want.
There are a few Fruits and Vegetables that we
pick ourselves . Those are: Asparagus,
Rhubarb, Sweet Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Onions,
Watermelon, and Cantaloupe.
We are here for those people who are serious
about picking the freshest fruits and vegetables
Our season starts on May 1 of every year and
ends on October 31.
June-Mon thru sat. 8:30 -5:00
Mon., - Fri.,
To be announced
HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO
CHANGE AT A DAYS NOTICE.
**If you arrive at the farm 15
minutes before closing, you will not
be allowed to go to the field to pick.
Please be aware that this is a
working farm. In order to keep the
field clean and manage the crops,
we need time to work in the fields
while customers are not present.
Thank you for understanding. **
|East Moline: Skate City Parking Lot
Wednesdays and Saturdays
8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Moline: Trinity 7th Street, Hospital Parking Lot
8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
**** Markets that we are now attending or
have produce being sold by another vendor.
|School Pumpkin Tours
|Starting in October. Schedule your
tours early. Monday - Thursday,
Morning and afternoon times
|Available For Meat and Pets.
Animals for meat are to be taken
live off the farm.
|We do accept Illinois WIC and Senior Farmer's Market Checks at the Farm. The first day to use the coupons is July 1.
The last day to use your coupons is October 31,2016.
|** This is a working farm.
We supply NO ENTERTAINMENT during the year except for the joy of picking your own fruits and vegetables.
|Our address: 17325 20th Avenue North; East Moline, IL
|We have bunnies for sale,
live off of the farm.
We have lost our Black
Raspberry Crop and Red
Raspberry Crop this year.
We will try to renovate what
did make it and add some
new plants next year.
our 'Available Now' page for a list
of vegatables that will be available.
|We are officially Closed
for the 2016 Growing
Season. See you in May