Tubbs Berry Farm was founded in 2005 by Kirk and Heidi Tubbs in Twin Falls, Idaho. We are both 4th generation Idaho farm kids and wanted our children to learn to work. Actually, we wanted them to be able to experience the farm life we had known growing up but knew that we were going to need to look at some alternative crops in order to start a farm literally from the ground up. Our then 4 year old daughter suggested we grow berries, so that is where we started! Trying to start a couple of beehives led eventually to an annual bee day, small beekeeping store, beekeeping classes and more. Seeing a need for family friendly fall events led to a pumpkin patch and straw maze that has grown every year. Tubbs Berry Farm purchased My Dad’s Garlic in 2018 and moved the decades old family seed garlic operation to their small family farm in Twin Falls, Idaho. This allowed us to take our garlic operation larger scale to produce certified disease free garlic seed inside of an area that has been designated a white rot free quarantine area in Idaho since the mid 80’s. Seed garlic destined for planting inside the quarantine area must be from certified stock and must be inspected and certified by the Sate Department of Agriculture. As a result, seed garlic from this area is in high demand in many areas dealing with white rot. We are also able to legally ship garlic into the quarantine areas of Idaho and Oregon for planting. Gourmet garlic added a fun dimension and a little security (pumpkins, berries, and garlic can’t all fail in the same year, right?) to our operation.

In January 2019, we felt we had finally reached the point that the farm could support us so Kirk quit his full time job to farm full time. That March, he suffered a massive bilateral pulmonary embolism which he miraculously survived but has not fully recovered from. This has forced us to simplify and focus on what is important, rely on each other, and work as a family. As our community and family reach out to us to help with planting and harvesting and support as we navigate through this journey, we have truly become a community farm.

We set out with a mission to be an asset to our community by providing opportunities, resources, and wholesome family friendly recreation for our community. We started out growing strawberries and raspberries and along the way learned lots about farming, gardening, bees, canning, and more so we expanded to help bring some of the knowledge we’ve gained, and the great products we’ve found, to you! As a result we have become a resource for our community by teaching classes and sharing our knowledge on everything from beekeeping to soapmaking to growing and caring for crops and more! We have developed a summer program to help local teens with a first job, and our fall pumpkin patch and straw maze gives us the chance to invite our entire community out to the farm each fall!

The last couple of years have been difficult as we have had to face the challenge of learning to live with Kirk’s health issues. Our farm is completely supported by farm sales and community support of our pumpkin patch for income, somehow we are still afloat! We have been blessed with an amazing community that has helped us through this difficult time with prayers, volunteer hours, and support. Thank you!!!

Fixing the baler

Please note that U-pick and the store hours change with the season!

Mailing Address:
Tubbs Berry Farm

1150 S Park Ave West
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301

Physical Address:
Tubbs Berry Farm
1250 SouthPark Ave West
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301

We’re located south west of Twin Falls, Idaho, about a mile south and a mile west of County West. We’re on 3800 N between 2700 and 2800 East.

Directions: From Addison Ave W (near Rock Creek and the old MVRMC hospital) take Grandview Drive South 1 Mile to 3800 N. Turn Right and we’re 1/3 of a mile on the North side of the road.

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