April - October
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We are open from Labor Day weekend until the first week of November or until the apples run out. We make cider, too. We have apples for sale in the store as well as pick your own for families who want to have the orchard experience. We make unpasteurized cider and offer a variety of items in our orchard store including jams, jellies, gift items and cider slushies. We offer field trips for all ages and special events throughout the season. We have a small play area that includes a giant tractor to climb on. We have picnic tables and you are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it at the orchard.
Last modified: Thu Jun 20 2019
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