U-Pick opening weekend pushed back until Friday, Dec. 14

Due to the rain, Justice Brothers U-Pick will now be open starting FRIDAY, DEC. 14. Join us 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to fill your bags with delicious, pesticide-free citrus. Admission is free - simply pay for your bag (two sizes are available) and go out into our beautiful orchard to pick your own mix of citrus out of 75+ varieties.


Justice Brothers U-Pick FAQs

What are your hours?

We’re open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from Dec. 14, 2018, through April 7, 2019.

How do I get there?

Justice Brothers U-Pick
18800 W. Greenway Rd.
Surprise, AZ 85388

Just head west on Greenway Rd. from the Loop 303 until the blacktop ends.
From our main gate you simply follow the signs!

Customers buy a bag up front, and head to our orchard to fill it up.
Small bags are $10, and large bags are $20.

We also feature honey made from our trees by the bees on our farm.
Our 8 oz bottles are $6, and our 16 oz bottles are $11.

A $1 bottle deposit is included in the price, so bring it back when it’s empty and get a dollar off your next one!

What does it cost?

Where do I park?

Be sure to park outside the fence in the marked parking are, next to the other vehicles. Please don’t drive inside the fence; that’s where the people are!

While we’re no fashion experts, we do recommend comfortable, closed-toe footwear. We also suggest hats and sunscreen as we move into spring.

Gloves aren’t necessary, but they do help when you’re picking a lot of fruit or going after some of our thornier varieties, like lemons.

And don’t forget to bring water!

What should I wear?

Please use our contact form or email Selwyn Justice at justice@justicebrothersupick.com for rates and availability.

Can I have a photo shoot in the orchard?

We do offer field trips! Please use our contact form or email Selwyn Justice at justice@justicebrothersupick.com.

Do you host field trips at the U-Pick?

We have over 75 varieties in our orchard - check out the U-Pick Varieties page for more.

What citrus varieties can I pick?