Located on the historic Lampe Homestead in the beautiful Carson Valley, our farm is less than 30 minutes from Lake Tahoe and Carson City, Nevada.  We purchased the property in 2002 and began restoration to preserve it for future generations - ours and yours.  Today, as you visit our farm, you can see and feel the history of this lovely place, while creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Our farm is a busy place - growing luscious blackberries and raspberries for sale on the farm as well as to restaurants.  We also provide venues for special occasions like weddings, family reunions, and corporate events.  Spacious lawns and flower beds provide a beautiful backdrop for a variety of events – country chic at its best.   

Recent & Upcoming Events: The Berry Farm has been filmed by TV producers in 2015. A film crew spent the morning filming for "Outdoor Nevada" a PBS program hosted by John Burke. The video was released in August 2016 (see above). In April 2017, Mountain Resort TV visited the farm and made three segments they released in May. Their segments included the following: the Berry Farm (growing berries), Bees (the role they play on the farm), and the Farm Life (living and farming in Carson Valley).

Antiques: We have closed Quail Cottage Antiques forever, but we will continue to have Antique Barn Sales at the farm occasionally. We have not yet scheduled our next Barn Sale, so check in from time to time to get thedate of our next one. Also you can join our Contact List and we will notify you.

Weddings & Events: We are taking reservations for 2018. We offer our venue for up to eight weddings per year. Check out our photo album by clicking on our Weddings or Events Tabs above and click on Photos to view the property and past events.

Berries & Berry Products: The 2017 season is about to open. Check back to see when we begin berry sales...around mid-July. We have sold out of honey, but have berry jam and essence.

Also, please add your name to our Contact List and we'll keep you informed on what is going on at the farm during the off season and when our 2017 harvest begins.

Updated: June 30, 2017