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Pick Your Own

We offer five products you can pick: apples, peaches, blueberries, pumpkins, and raspberries.
We open in mid-August through September with five varieties of freestone peaches and nectarines. Rick's famous white and yellow peaches ripen in waves each seeming bigger than the last. photo - apple tree

The hayride starts to roll mid-September through Columbus Day to take you to the apple orchard to fill our half-bushel bags. We sell more than twenty varieties of apples - new and old. Our dwarf orchard is within walking distance.

Fall bearing raspberries and blueberries yield until mid October. We provide pickers and pint or quart containers.
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October turns orange with the foliage and the pumpkin patch giving birth to all sizes and types of pumpkins: Cinderella, heirloom, Baby Pam Sugar, Ghost, Big Mac, Tom Fox and Howdens. We also sell gourds and many varieties of winter squash, We provide wagons for retrieving that perfect pumpkin.

Orchard Etiquette

1. Buy appropriate bag or container in farm stand to pick fruit into before entering orchard, berry patch or hayride.
2. Pick only from designated plants. Not all varieties are ripe at the same time.
3. Fill bag or container flush not heaping, so fruit will not bruise or fall. Please eat only fruit you have paid for. Discard cores and pits in compost pails to minimize insects.
4. All dogs must be on a leash at all times and please clean up after them.
5. Never leave children unattended. Any play equipment is to be used at your own risk.
6. Avoid poison ivy, honeybees, and their hives.
7. Never climb trees, shake or break branches or throw fruit. Simply twist and lift selected fruit. If it is ripe it will pick easily.
8. If you use our picnic area please take all of your trash with you.
9. Enjoy the hayride but please observe posted safety rules
10. The wagons are for pulling pumpkins back from the PYO patch. When picking pumpkins keep stem intact, they will last longer.
11. Please stay in designated areas so as not to damage gardens or get hurt on our heavy equipment.