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We love dogs, but due to health reasons, they're not allowed at the ranch.  Thanks for your understanding.
Hours of operation:
(When we have ripe fruit)
Th, Fr, Sa: 8a-5p
Sunday: 8a-4p

We're a
Cash-Only farm


We are going to be open May 7th for U-Pick Cherries!

We will be open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
while we have ripe fruit.

Our hours of business will be:
Thur, Fri, Sat: 8am to 5pm
Sunday: 8am to 4pm


Welcome to the Pease Ranch.  We have been family owned and operated since 1983.   Come and check out our large selection of cherries and berries.

We are exclusively a YOU-PICK Ranch.

All of our trees have been pruned and kept low to the ground for convenient picking even for the little ones.

Our ranch has been created to allow a memorable and pleasurable outing for you and your family.


At Pease Ranch you can find Bing, White Rainier, Chinook, Early Burlats, Coral Champagnes, and vans just to name a few of our cherries. 

If berries are what you are after, you can U-pick Boysenberries, Olallieberries, Blackberries, and Loganberries. 



We offer a small picnic area (NO BBQ's) for our customers only. This area fills up quickly and is on a first come first serve basis. We ask that you please pick up your trash and dispose of it in the garbage cans provided for your use!


"Peanut" Gilbert Ochoa
Born 1/29/29 ~ Passed 5/25/12

Peanut started working at Pease Ranch in 1992. He is a brother to Ofelia Pease and Uncle Peanut to all of the rest of us! He was born and raised in Brentwood, graduated from Liberty Highschool and from there served in the Navy.

He loved talking, laughing and telling stories with all of the customers that visited us. He would shuttle people into and out of the orchard. He truly could not wait for Cherry season so that he could come from LA and "work".

He had been struggling with a three year battle with cancer and suffered a heart attack.

The world is truly losing a great man... he will be missed by all!


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