Apple Varieties

NEW this year!

Our apple orchard is ready for picking! The trees will not be at full production for a couple of years yet, but there will be a limited amount of apples available for picking this fall. With over 20 varieties of apples to choose from, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Our orchard offers a fun and unique experience where you can pick your own apples straight off the tree, no ladder needed. Take a stroll through the rows of apple trees and soak in the fresh air and beautiful scenery. Whether you're looking to bake a pie, make some apple sauce, or just enjoy a crisp, juicy apple, we've got you covered. 

*Please note the orchard is only open on Saturdays and Sundays and

admission to our Fields of Fun is required for entry to the apple orchard.

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A mid-late season apple, that is great for eating, and good for sauces and salads. This apple has an extra-sweet, and very juicy profile. Macoun has a tender and snow-white flesh color.


A mid-season apple, that is a cross between a Golden Delicious and a Monroe apple. Extra crisp and juicy. Excellent for apple slice snacks.

Crimson Crisp

A mid-season apple, that is great for eating and baking. This apple has a sweet, yet spicy taste to it with a creamy-white flesh and a crisp bite.


A mid-season apple, that is great for fresh eating, salads, sauces, pies, and baking. Picture a fresh fruit cup featuring beautiful, snow-white apples. It’s likely made with Cortland, New York’s very best salad apple. Cortland apples are sweet with a hint of tartness, juicy and have a tender, snow-white flesh.

Autumn Crisp

A mid-season apple, that is great for eating, salads, pies, and baking. The Autumn Crisp Apple has a unique sweet-tart taste; however, this extra crisp and juicy apple are definitely sweeter than tart, making it a great choice for a fresh from the tree eating apple.

Coming Soon

Ginger Gold

Early Season apple that is sweet with slightly tart overtones. This apple has a fine textured, crisp cream-colored flesh. It is best for fresh eating and on salads. Ginger Gold is very slow to turn brown and is an excellent choice for any fresh-cut apple use.
*Coming 2024*

Premier Honeycrisp

An early variety of the delicious Honeycrisp, it's ready 3 weeks earlier and is great for fresh eating. Just like Honeycrisp, these apples are honey sweet (with a touch of tart) and amazingly crisp. Kids love the taste, and it’s easy to see why. Premier Honeycrisp are also good for sauces, baking, and pies.

Ruby Mac

A mid-season apple, that is a great eating apple and for applesauce. This apple has a tart-sweet flavor and is a beautiful red apple all shined up. You can use them in pies too but is best to mix with another apple since Ruby Mac break down easily when cooked.


A mid-season apple, that is great for eating and salads. This apple is juicy with a wonderful blend of sweet and tart. Empire apples are very crisp with a creamy-white flesh.


A mid-late season apple, that is great for eating, cooking, and baking. This apple is tangy and juicy.


A late season apple, it originates from the Honeycrisp and Fuji apple varieties with clean, floral flavors and a texture that melts in your mouth. A medium size apple, great for eating fresh.


A late season apple, its flavors are fruity and juicy like tropical fruit such as pineapple, red grapes, and strawberries. A newer variety, Ludacrisp produces large size apple and stores well over time.


A late season apple, it is sweet, juicy, and firm. This apple is best for snacking and salads.


A late season apple, Fuji apples have it all – they’re super sweet, wildly juicy, extremely crisp, and ideal for snacking. This apple is best for eating, salads, and sauces.