30 years ago Paul and Karen Hamer planted Saskatoon Berry seedlings on a piece of property at the convergence of the Sheep and Highwood River, just outside of Okotoks. With horticulture backgrounds and a dream to live in the countryside working from home, they continued planting trees, shrubs, plants, and seeds across the property. In time, the Farm has continued to expand from its organic roots to what you see now. Today on the farm you can find greenhouses full of plants, a gift shop full of treasures, a 100-seat restaurant with a covered outdoor patio, a seasonal farmer's market full of local & organic food, an annual U-pick for Saskatoon Berries and Sour Cherries and so much more.
Parking, Wheelchair Access, Free Parking, Breakfast, Visitor Center, Groceries
Tours that stop at The Saskatoon Farm
Prairie History, Pie & Children's Adventure
Start your day with a beautiful drive through the Southern prairies to the cool little town of Nanton and enjoy the magnificent mountain views along the way.
Berries, bees and beer.
Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley | 150 km's
What could be better than a day of berries, bees and beer?
Antiques, uniquities and gifts
Find the perfect, unique gift for everyone on your list on this tour of the Foothills
Blogs that mention The Saskatoon Farm
Fall Photos in the Foothills
Journey with us as we find the best spots for fall photos in the Foothills!
Family fun in the Foothills
Find your family adventure in the Foothills
Foothills Agritourism - a culinary adventure
Explore the Foothills on a culinary and cultural adventure.