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.
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 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.
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.
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.
A mid-season apple, that is great for fresh eating. Honeycrisp apples are honey sweet (with a touch of tart) and amazingly crisp. Kids love the taste, and it’s easy to see why this recent variety has continued to grow in popularity since its 1991 introduction in Minnesota. Honeycrisp is also good for sauces, baking, and pies.
A mid-season apple, that is a great choice for snacking. This apple has a mild flavor perfect for the “picky eaters”, with mild sweet flavors, and a crisp creamy yellow flesh that is very juicy.
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 mid-late season apple, that is great for eating, cooking, and baking. This apple is tangy and juicy.
A late season apple, it is sweet, juicy, and firm. This apple is best for snacking and salads.
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-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.
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 is definitely sweeter than tart, making it a great choice for a fresh from the tree eating apple.
Early season apple that is juicy, with a light and crisp texture. This apple has a sweet but still tart taste with a hint of brown sugar. It is best as a fresh eating apple. Zestar apples can keep their taste and crunch for up to two months if stored in the refrigerator.
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.
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.
Early Season apple that has a tart-sweet flavor profile. This apple, with firm white flesh, is great for fresh eating, applesauce, pies, and baking.