Come and indulge in our warm apple cider donuts and blueberry donuts, made fresh on-site. Donuts are sold individually, by the half dozen or dozen. Volume orders can be requested in advance. In our new farm market you can find local food products including apple cider, cider slushies, fruit butters, homemade fudge, gourmet mixes, homemade pies and goodies by Vickie B's Bakehouse, Chatty Wren coffees, Fruits d'Vine jams & jellies, Dygert Farms' milk, Glenvue Farm's meats, King Brother's Dairy ice cream, Peaceful Valley Maple syrup, River Rat cheese, Rulison Honey Farms' honey, Nelson Farm salsas, winter squash & more. Other local products we carry are: Glassware by Cherie, flowers from Glen Cottage Farms, Family Traditions Tree Farm corn wreaths and mums, and Libby's Natural Soap products.
June 29-July 17- PYO in Orchard (Please check-in at our shed)
July July 13th-August 10th - PYO in Field (Please check-in at our shed)
Blueberries Open: Thurs 8am-1pm, 4pm-7pm
Fri, Sat, & Sun 8am-1pm
Closed Mon, Tues, Wed
August 10 (Available on Farm Cart)
August Apples (Available on Farm Cart)
August 28: Pristine, William's Pride, Dandee Red, Paula Red, Graham Spy, Sansa, Sweet Maia, and Zestar!
September Apples and PYO Pumpkins- Store is Open 9-5
Sept 1: Ginger Gold, Early Mac, Early Gala
Sept 7: Autumn Crisp, Jonamac, Sweetie
Sept 8: Gala, Blondee
Sept. 15: Cortland, Honey Crisp, Red Rubens
Sept 19: Cox's Orange Pippin, Crimson Crisp, Ruby Jon, and Yellow/Golden Delicious
Sept 21: Kidd's Orange Red, Ozark Gold, McIntosh, Rubinette, and Pumpkins!
Sept. 23: Pixie Crunch, Red Delicious, Shizuka, Spartan
Sept. 28: Macoun, Snow Sweet, Suncrisp, Empire, Fuji, Fortune, Pound Sweet
October Apples-Store is Open 9am-5pm
Oct 1: Candy Crisp, Cameo, Jonagold
Oct. 6: Ambrosia, Crispin/Mutsu, Esopus Spitzenburg, SpiGold, Late Season Mac
Oct. 9: Gold Blush, IdaRed
Oct. 11: Pink Lady Maslin, Northern Spy
Oct 15: Criterion, Granny Smith
Oct. 19: Braeburn, Winesap
Oct. 24: Evercrisp, Pink Lady
Open Saturday Dec. 2,9,16,23 from 10am-1pm
These are only approximate ripening dates for our more popular apple varieties. If there is a variety you are interested in and do not see listed, please contact us as we may just have it as we grow over 55 varieties of apples! Our Facebook page also indicates which apple varieties are ready to be picked. As a side note, the majority of our trees are "dwarf" in size so no ladder is needed, and little hands can pick with ease. Wagons are provided for your convenience!
Plan your visit:
Remember to bring the following items: hat, sunscreen, water, insect repellent, boots (if rain is in the forecast), and sneakers. Closed-toe shoes are preferred as the ground can be uneven.
Apple pickers: Please check into our farm store on the week days and shed across the street on the weekends before proceeding into the orchard (Labor Day weekend excluded).
No Dogs are allowed in the picking fields or in the orchard.
*If you bring your own container(s), you MUST check it in; otherwise, we will assume theft and you will be asked to leave.
*If you pick more than your container holds, you MUST pay for it. $1.50/lb. extra.
*If you drive in, your car will be checked upon exit.