Pick-Your-Own Crops: strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, grapes, apples, pumpkins and more!
In the fall this farm also features delicious homemade apple cider 382- 8654
Cider Making Demonstrations: The farm typically hosts cider making demonstrations in the month of November. Cider demonstrations may be temporarily suspended for the 2017 season, but the farm will know for sure in October.
You-Pick Crops: blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, red and black currants, gooseberries, elderberries, apples, and cherries.
Fresh made honey also available.
This location features a large farm store with a variety of apples, canned goods, baked goods, and more. The orchards also offers seasonal tours. This orchard is not pick-your-own.
This orchard sells its apples at its restaurant and farm store. The restaurant features fresh cider, traditional county cookin’ and variety of apple baked goods. This is not a pick-your-own orchard.
This small orchards sells apples and a variety of apple products, including cider, at its farm store. This is not a pick your own orchard.
Famed for its awesome homemade apple cider, this orchard sells a wide variety of apples and apple products at its arm store. This is not a pick-your-own orchard.
In addition to a variety of apples, homemade apple cider, and apple products, the Apple Barn boats several other attractions including a winery, country restaurant, general store and more!
Cider Making Demonstration: You and your family can watch the cider making process all throughout the fall, starting just after Labor Day. The process it split up over several days, so you will need to choose which day you’d like to visit. On Thursday, the apples are juiced, and Friday the juice is placed into jugs.
Wheeler’s claim to fame is its fresh pressed apple cider and u-pick apple orchard. They also sell a variety of apples, apple products, and gifts in their farm store. Pick-Your-Own Crops: apples