Pick Your Own
Fuji, Macoun, Empire, Gala, Cortland, Ruby Mac, McIntosh, Golden Supreme and some Honeycrisp
are ready for picking.
Jonagold, Mutsu, Golden and Red Delicious, Northern Spy, Russets and finally Granny Smith will be ripening over the next few weeks.
Check our orchard map at the stand for best picking.
At The Stand
Most of the “ready to pick” apple varieties (listed above) are at the stand, packed and ready to go,
as well as our honey, gourds, peach jam and pumpkins.
Peach, Blueberry & Raspberry Pick Your Own are finished for this year.
We are closed now for Pick Your Own blueberries & raspberries. It was a beautiful crop of plump sweet berries.
Come picking next year starting around July 4th, from 9-4 Tuesday – Saturday.
Our berry stand will be opening in early July! Stay tuned…
Looks like July 9 will be opening day
Daylight Savings Time ends and our hours will change starting Sunday Nov. 4. We’ll be open from 10 until 4.
Macoun, Empire, Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Cortland & McIntosh can be found on the trees, still delicious and firm, sweet or tart, rain or shine! We’ll be open for apples, gourds cider and apple firewood at the stand. For apples, 1/2 or full peck, we have Honeycrisp, Gala, Fuji, Cortland, McIntosh, Empire & Golden Delicious.
Early apples to pick
There are many apples still on the trees ready to pick. Easiest picking goes to Empire, Cortland, Granny Smith, and Delicious. There are Macs, Macoun and Jonagold. You can find them in areas we’ll guide you too.
Gourds, pumpkins and apple firewood are at the stand.
Oct. 6, 2018
We are open every day in the fall
Come walk through the orchard and pick some apples to take home. We have Macouns, Fuji, Gala, Cortland, McIntosh, Empire, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Red Delicious & Jonagold for picking. Honeycrisp & Mutsu have been picked out for the season.
Peaches are gone for this year.
Macoun, Honeycrisp, Gala, Cortland, McIntosh, Fuji & Ruby Mac are on the stand. Pumpkins and gourds are also for sale!
Our honey is on the stand again.
There are so many to choose from! Balsam Fir, White Fir and a few blue Spruce stretch from one end of the block to the other. You walk down the lane to the trees, find a tree, get help if you need it, or cut and carry your own to a stand. We give you & your tree a ride back up to the parking area, then net and tie your tree on your car. For details look at Cut Your Own & check in at a stand when you get here.
If you are hoping to stock up on Honeycrisp (good keepers!), Macoun, Cortland, McIntosh, Fuji, Jonagold or Mutsu come see us this week. We will be closed on Thanksgiving but open Friday, Saturday and Sunday for apple sales and cider.
Check the 4 MINUTE TOUR for a taste of the trees. There is a huge selection of beautiful trees from 5′ up to more than 12′ tall, $65. for any tree (covers tax, baling etc.).
WE’LL BE OPEN STARTING FRIDAY 11/24/2017, FOR CHRISTMAS TREES AND APPLES!
HOURS: 10am – 4 pm
Last entry to Christmas trees at 3:30pm
Check in at a stand when you get here (see map)
- Apple, Cider & Doughnut Stand in the parking lot area
- One of the 2 Christmas tree stands
Here is what to expect:
You’ll have a short walk to the Christmas tree area. Once there, find your favorite tree and cut it (we can help cut and carry if you need). Take your tree to a Christmas tree stand (*) pay, tie your tag on a branch at the base of the tree. Get in line with your tree for your ride back to the parking lot. Your tree will be baled with net & tied on your car. The price of the tree covers everything including tax!
Your tree tag is your receipt. Should you want to contact us about your tree you’ll need it.
Please make way for the tractors!
Due to the necessity of wagon interval scheduling it is very unlikely that we can stop to pick up trees in the field – trees will only be loaded on the wagons at the stands.
Our first few hours can be very busy. You might find yourself waiting for help cutting a tree, wagon transportation, baling and tying the tree on your car… in short, if you are in a hurry, later in the day or in the weekend is a little less busy.
Apple sales continue!
Pick Your Own blueberries and raspberries, early July (we are aiming for the 4th) into August peaches, sunflowers and apples, and maybe some honey and jam at the stand. Stay tuned for a firm date.
An abundance of blueberries to pick