U-Pick, & U-Dig! Several days each year we open our beach to harvest by the public. These so-called Farm Days are scheduled around the tides and the seasons, and they're limited to Saturdays in early spring, the season between the end of night-time low tides and the beginning of vibrio control season. It's a great chance to spend a little time on the beach, pick some oysters to take home, and learn the difference between a butter clam and a manila.
2020 Farm Day Prices:
Oysters $10 / dz, any size, singles only, limit 3 dz per person
Clams $5 per scoop, any species or size, limit 5 scoops per person (roughly 5 lbs)
After you buy your ticket, we'll send you more information about directions, things to bring, how to harvest, etc., but here's some standard open farm advice: Bring a bucket, a cooler with ice to transport product home, a hand-held garden weeder (with claws) for digging clams, gloves, sunglasses, rain jacket, and knee boots.
Because this is a private farm, you don't need a State Shellfish License... but you do need a farm day ticket for anyone 16 years or older. Also, because we know you'll ask: no dogs on the beach. We also don't allow outside food or alcohol at this event, although our Oyster Saloon will be open!