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Wild Blueberry Land

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1067 US Highway 1, Columbia Falls, ME 04623-5224
+1 207-483-2583
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Looking for a place to stop on a road trip home. Funky, lots of specialty items, and during the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Scott W
,
Dover, NH
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BLUEBERRIES TO GO ... FRESH AND FROZEN ... PLUS OTHER GOODIES

For the latest in Maine harvested Blueberries this is clearly the place for them inside the blue... read more

Reviewed October 31, 2017
walt1929
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Harrington, Maine
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“pies” (17 reviews)
“blueberries” (15 reviews)
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1067 US Highway 1, Columbia Falls, ME 04623-5224
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+1 207-483-2583
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Looking for a place to stop on a road trip home. Funky, lots of specialty items, and during the peak blueberry season, has lots of fun events and good to offer.

Thank Scott W
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Reviewed October 31, 2017

For the latest in Maine harvested Blueberries this is clearly the place for them inside the blue igloo ... I stopped to pick up frozen blueberries for pies, also good with ice cream and on the morning oat meal for extra flavor. The church supper...More

Thank walt1929
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Reviewed September 19, 2017

This hokey roadside attraction should not be missed when traveling up coast rte 1 in Maine! Its everything blueberry, even the store. Although when hubby & I stopped by recently on our Maine vacation, the place seemed a bit shabby. The blueberry shaped store definitely...More

1  Thank lighthouselady63
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Reviewed September 19, 2017 via mobile

My husband and I were driving up to Lubec and ran into this place on the side of the road. We don't usually stop at cheesy places like this, but they sold blueberry pie and we decided to stop for a slice and a coffee....More

1  Thank Ali R
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Reviewed September 12, 2017

Very cute place. Not great merchandise and not great prices. I would stop just to see the place but not a destination.

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Reviewed September 9, 2017

Wild Blueberry Land is a roadside stand on Route 1 in Down East Maine, just past Cherryfield, which, coincidentally, is the Blueberry Capital of the World (according to the road sign). It is adorable! The building itself looks like a giant blueberry, and there are...More

1  Thank viajera1741
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Reviewed September 5, 2017

I drove by this large geodesic dome painted blue several times without bothering to stop. Two days ago I turned in on a whim and was delighted to find a fascinating little shop. At first glance the interior appears cluttered with all things blueberry including...More

1  Thank Sineidin O
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Reviewed August 26, 2017

We tried the blueberry scones, which were delicious . . . very light, not too sweet, and lots of blueberries. YUM! We also bought a blueberry (what else?) pie and that was scrumptious. What a fun place to find in this neck of the woods.

2  Thank Princess095
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Reviewed August 23, 2017 via mobile

Fun and whimsical roadside attraction. In the blueberry dome you will be overwhelmed with the smell of freshly baked scones. They are very good. There is also a nice array of blueberry jams, honey and mustards.

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Reviewed August 15, 2017

We found all aspects of the visit exciting. Sara and her two children, seen forefront in the picture, work in the store. They work with the family farm making pies, scones, muffins, and blueberry/oatmeal cookies. Marie, the Lady of the Berry (my title for her) makes...More

1  Thank Shelee S
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