PYO UPDATE: 9/27/23- Apples Picking Extended through October 8th.
It’s Peak Heirloom Tomato Season – Come visit the Tomato Bar in the Farm Market!
Pick & play Open 10am-5pm – last wagon ride to pick your own goes out at 4pm to pick – Don’ts miss it!
Heirloom tomatoes are $1.99/lb or $15/half peck (approx. 12lbs) or $25/peck (approx 25lbs).
The Pumpkin Patch is also now open and the selection is the best of the season! Pumpkins are $.59/pound and available now through October 31. Wagon rides do take guests to the pumpkin patch.
We are currently picking Gala, Golden Supreme, Crispin, Royal Empire, McIntosh, Connel Red, Shizuka, Candy Crisp, Golden Delicious, September Fuji and Honey Gold apples for $1.99/lb. Get September Tickets or October Tickets for apple orchard access through October 8th this season. and to enjoy the farm play area too! Wagon rides do take guests to the apple orchard.
Admission includes visits with our bunnies, lambs, pigs, chickens, ducks and goats as well as our 12 acre play area featuring the NEW Irrigation Station splash pad and one of a kind Farm Ninja Obstacle course and Fall Corn Maze. Check out the Fall Weekend Festival Activities!
Don’t want to pay farm admission to enjoy the play area? No Problem. We have plenty of pre-picked apples for sale in our Farm Market. Fast and Easy– just shop and enjoy!
Here are some tips to make your Pick & Play Experience the Best it can Be:
- The best picking is always on weekday mornings in September.
- Last wagon ride to pick your own is at 4pm so you have time to pick before we close at 5pm. Don’t miss it!
- If you plan to come pick on a weekend be sure to get 10am Advance September Tickets to catch the first wagon ride out to the field.
- We provide quart containers for picking. If you bring your own containers, be sure to weigh them first so we can take the weight off when you pay for your fruit.
- Bring a Cooler with ice packs to keep your fruit cool while you play the day away in our 12 acre play area
- Wear a hat & closed toed shoes you don’t mind getting dirty– you’re in a farm field an there may be mud!