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Frolicking through strawberry fields in early summer may sound like something out of a fairy tale, and, in a way, it is. For locals and visitors in Virginia Beach each year, it's just one of the many ways to embrace the outdoors. Open April and May, local landmark Cullipher Farms opens its berry patch for pickers of all ages. Buckets in various sizes, ranging from quarts to gallons, can be purchased at the entrance, and from there you're ready to pick out the finest in the patch. Don't worry, we won't tell if you eat a few along the way!
Perfect as a group or family activity in between jaunts to the beach, Cullipher Farms Berry Patch off Princess Anne Road is a perfect addition to any itinerary. (Photo by Bob Christian).
Decide you need a photo break and want to frolic in between the berries? No problem! Just make sure to have a cute outfit ready, too. (Photo by Bob Christian).
The Berry Patch is located off the main farm of Cullipher Farms, so pickers can also take a peek at the other crops, too. (Photo by Bob Christian).
Cullipher Farms is easy to spot thanks to the signature green roof of the farm. (Photo by Jade Broadus).
Spring strawberry picking usually begins in late April and lasts through early June in Virginia Beach. No reservations are required to visit Cullipher Farms. (Photo by Jade Broadus).
All the strawberries at the Cullipher Farms Berry Patch are grown on plastic for easy picking and the area is mowed for easy access. (Photo by Bob Christian)
Before you leave, don't forget to snap a photo of your spring harvest! (Photo by Jade Broadus).
Whether your a big kid, little kid or simply a kid at heart, we have a feeling you'll love spending a few hours picking berries at Cullipher Farms. (Photo by Bob Christian)
Even the tiniest of fingers can help load up the buckets. (Photo by Jade Broadus).
One thing's for sure: You'll leave with full buckets and full hearts. (Photo by Bob Christian).