Pick your own Apples, Pears, Cherries, Pumpkins, Veggies and Flowers. This is a seasonal activity and Mother Nature dependent. Reservations are required for fruit picking only (Form below). 2017 FRUIT PICKING IS SOLD OUT!
Pick your own veggies and flowers require no reservation and are open during farm stand hours July through November.
Pumpkin Patch will open the first weekend in October. You will pick your pumpkin off the vines.
SOLD OUT 2017 – Fruit – Pick your own fruit is by prior confirmed reservations only. Fruit picking is extremely limited 2017 due to blossom freeze during the May winter storms.
How It Works:
- Cherries ripen early July. Apples are ripe late July through mid-October. Pears are ripe September and October.
- Confirmed reservation – email with your request. (an email that states your request has been received is NOT a confirmed reservation.) Email requests may be sent beginning January 1 for the current year picking. Reservations are made in date order of requests sent and are scheduled beginning in July.
- Around July/August, we will send you a confirmation email to you once your scheduled time has been set.
- This is a family friendly activity. We are not set up to accommodate groups at this time.
- Plan approximately 1 hour to pick apples, meet the animals, eat apple cider donuts and drink cider.
- When submitting your request via the form below if you do not receive a reply stating that your request has been received we did not receive it. Please resubmit it or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
- $3 per person admission. Your admission goes directly towards paying our orchardists to keep this orchard productive, beautiful and open to the public.
- $12 per bag. You will be given 1/2 peck bags (holds 5-7 lbs of apples) to be used for picking. Bags may be limited depending on the season’s production. Please do not bring your own bags.
When coming to the orchard please be mindful of the following:
- Out of respect for our 4 legged and 2 legged creatures and other guests, please leave your dogs at home.
- Be gentle on our trees and plants. How you treat the trees has a lot to do with their blossom ability next Spring.
- Parents, please supervise your children at all times.
- Pay for what you pick.