Contact & Directions

Rhonda & Timothy Boughton

Address: 2770 Shanley Rd, Auburn, CA 95603

Phone: 530-885-3420 (Please call to Schedule Appointments)
Email: amberoaksraspberries@gmail.com

Our farm is open for U-Pick on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, May through November by appointment.

Directions to the Fruit Shed:
From Sacramento Area: Take I-80 East to Auburn. Exit Highway 49 and turn left at the light. Travel about 3 miles on CA-49 North and turn left onto Atwood Road. Travel 1.5 miles then turn left onto Shanley Road. Our driveway is the third left just past the mail boxes. Look for the wooden carved sign. Stay on the gravel road and follow the signs for parking to reach the fruit shed.

From South Lake Tahoe/Placerville: Take Hwy 50 West towards Placerville. Once in Placerville exit on Placerville Dr. Turn right at the stop sign and travel till you reach the next light, Home Depot should be on your left. Turn right at this light onto Pierroz rd. Travel on Pierroz for 0.2 miles till you reach a 3-way stop, the DMV should be in-front of you.  Turn left at the stop sign onto CA-49 N/Coloma Rd/Golden Chain Highway N stay on this road until you reach Auburn. Once in Auburn turn right onto Elm Ave at the 2nd light. Travel on Elm ave until you reach Hwy 49 and then turn right. Travel about 3 miles on  Hwy49  and turn left onto Atwood Road. Travel 1.5 miles then turn left onto Shanley Road. Our driveway is the third left just past the mail boxes. Look for the wooden carved sign. Stay on the gravel road and follow the signs for parking to reach the fruit shed.

From Truckee/Reno: Take I-80 west to Auburn. Take the Bell rd. exit and turn right onto Bell rd. Travel on Bell rd. for about 2.8 miles till you reach the intersection at Hwy 49. Turn left onto Hwy 49 and travel about 0.5 miles and then turn right onto Atwood rd. Travel 1.5 miles then turn left onto Shanley Road. Our driveway is the third left just past the mail boxes. Look for the wooden carved sign. Stay on the gravel road and follow the signs for parking to reach the fruit shed.