Apples

Pick Your Own Apples

Come and pick your own fresh apples right from our trees! We provide everything you need for your picking adventure including orchard assistants to help you find the perfect spot for picking!

Special Orchard Ready This Year!

Along with our regular orchard, we know have a special orchard filled with a late variety of Jona Gold, Candy Crisp, Fuji, and Ida Red! Come pick from our special orchard for two weekends only.

Weekend dates for Special Orchard coming soon! 

Apple Varieties and Availability

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Slightly tart. Crisp, very white flesh. Harvest mid September through mid October.

Empire

More sweet than tart. Harvest late September through mid October.

Gala

Sweet, crisp yellow flesh. Harvest early September through early October.

Honeycrisp

Sweet, crisp & juicy. Harvest late September through early October.

Macoun

Extra crisp and sweet, all-purpose eating apple. Harvest mid September through mid October.

McIntosh

Slightly tart, crisp & juicy. Harvest early September through early October.

 

 

Did you know? 

Johnny Appleseed did really exist; his name was John Champman, and he was born on September 26, 1774 near Leominster, Massachusetts.20160908_140657

OPENING: SEPTEMBER 9, 2017

Open Every Saturday & Sunday From 10AM-5PM

Purchase your apple picking bag at the white tent prior to picking apples.

1 Peck-10lbs. $20.00

3 People are allowed in with this purchase. Additional people are $3 each.

1/2 Bushel-20lbs. $30.00

5 People are allowed in with this purchase. Additional people are $3 each.

We accept cash or credit card. 

 

Orchard Etiquette

-Buy appropriate bag from the white tent before entering orchard.

-Pick only from designated trees. Not all varieties are ripe at the same time.

-Fill bag or container flush not heaping, so fruit will not bruise or fall.

-Please eat only fruit you have paid for.

-Place apples into the bag gently, avoid bruising – they will last longer

-Don’t wash apples until just before using to prevent spoilage.

-Keep apples cool to increase shelf life.

-No dogs are allowed in the orchard or the farm area.

-Never leave children unattended.

-Avoid poison ivy.

-Never climb trees, shake or break branches or throw fruit. Simply twist and lift selected fruit. If it is ripe it will pick easily.

-Please stay in designated areas so as not to damage gardens or get hurt.

-Please carry out all trash.

-Don’t waste fruit, please keep what you pick.

-Wash all fruit before you eat it.