In the beautiful Kankakee Sands
sits the unique and enchanting Rehoboth Blueberry Farm
BLUEBERRIES -- HEALTHY AND FILLED WITH NATURAL GOODNESS
Blueberries have become one of the most popular and delicious food choices for a healthy diet. A super food with high levels of antioxidants, blueberry plants thrive naturally in the sandy Pembroke soil.
Rehoboth Bluberry Farm is a 60-year-old blueberry farm where visitors, volunteers and community members get to spend their time picking blueberries and enjoying nature.
We do not use fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
Nonprofit Organization with Local Impact.
Rehoboth Blueberry Farm is a ministry of Rehoboth Mennonite Church. The church is led by Pastor/Elder Rose Covington pictured above. The farm is a community development initiative to provide jobs and revenue to this economically depressed rural community in east central Illinois, specifically in Pembroke Township and Hopkins Park, Illinois.
Pick your own Blueberries. Get extra for drying, canning, or freezing to enjoy later. Blueberry harvest runs from the early July through early August. Follow us on Facebook to stay updated.
Volunteer opportunities and experience with cultivating the field is available throughout the year. Please contact us to learn more about experiencing the farm.
Learn more on how to become a vendor at our 2023 Blueberry Festival.
Donate $40 by May 15, 2023 in good faith that we will have a productive harvest and pick up a gallon during the month of July. Donations are non-refundable and tax-deductible.