Kenny's U-Pick Farm and Fruit Stands
We have two types of locations you can visit to get our fresh, locally grown produce!

U Pick Farm

Welcome to Kenny’s Strawberry Farm. We are a local, family owned U-Pick farm in Rainbow, CA. We offer a variety of fresh crops for picking throughout the year, such as strawberries, watermelons, pumpkins, hydroponic vegetables, and Christmas Trees. You can bring the whole family to pick your own produce, have a picnic, and experience the farm life. We are excited to have you visit us!

Our Farm Location

953 Rainbow Valley Blvd.
Fallbrook, CA, 92028

Unlike other strawberry farms, at Kenny’s, you get to pick the produce right from the field. So you know all the strawberries and vegetables you pick are going strait from the vine to your table. Even when you purchase your strawberries at one of our stands, you’re guaranteed every strawberry was picked the morning you purchased them.

Local Strawberry Stands

If you can't make it to the farm, we offer our delicious strawberries and other crops at various local fruits stands starting in February. Our two locations are:

1. On the corner of Clinton Keith Rd and Ayra. Exit Clinton Keith Rd on the 15 freeway and head East. We are on the corner lot next to the USA Gas Station on the left hand side.

2. On the corner of Margarita Rd and De Portola. We are in the corner lot across De Portola from Fresh and Easy.

Our Team
Meet the people behind Kenny's Strawberry Farm

Farmer Kenny

Farmer and Owner

Baby Farmer Kenny (IV)

Farmer in training

Farmer's Wife Amanda

Marketing and Operations

Right Hand Man Rodolpho

Farm Foreman

Farm Love

"Wow! What a blast we had with the family. Great people, and yummy strawberries! Everyone was so sweet!!! Good old fashion small town fun!"
~ Megan V.
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Strawberry Fun Facts

May. 24, 2013 by

{interesting twists on incredibly tasty berries} The strawberry, a member of the rose family, is the only fruit with seeds on the outside. And on average, there are 200 seeds on each berry. Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring. Eight

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All You Need is a Tortilla

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