April 1, 2017

Low tide is at 3:11; come harvest from 2:30-4:30

April 15th, 2017

Low tide is at 2:27; come harvest from 1 to 3 pm


May 11th & 12th, 2017

Low tide is midday; come harvest from 11:30 to 1:30 pm

May 13th, 2017

Low tide is at 1:15; come harvest from noon to 3pm

Please RSVP letting us know how many are in your party and then we'll be in touch with more event logistics.

U-Pick! 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.

Prices and limits vary each year, but here are some standard open farm procedures: Bring a bucket, ice, a clam rake (a hand held garden tool), gloves, sunglasses, rain jacket, and knee boots. No license required! RSVP for specific event details. Sorry, no dogs and no alcohol. We have two bbq pits available for people to reserve on a first-come first-served basis, please let us know in your rsvp email if you'd like to reserve one.

Learn how to harvest from the professionals!

Oyster Rama

Thanks to everyone who came to the 2017 Rama! 

Map and Directions

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