Fresh Pressed Apple Cider

We make fresh pressed Apple Cider each week in September and October.  We carefully blend the different varieties of apples to create a balance of sweet, tart, aromatic flavor.  The only ingredients are fresh apples – no preservatives.  We recommend drinking fresh Cider within 10 days or freeze it, or cook with it.  See our Recipe section for great ideas.   We freeze some from each batch to enjoy all winter and spring

Find that special pumpkin!

Find that special Pumpkin in our patch; we grow hundreds of pumpkins of all sizes so you will have fun choosing that one which is special to you.  Walk amongst them and wait until your JackO’Lantern “speaks” to you, "take me home !"

Hay Rides

Time for a hayride! Enjoy a hayride on a sunny Autumn afternoon and eat a delicious caramel apple, or sip a cup of cider with a donut at our picnic tables or under a tree

Farm Tours

Kids love learning all about how nature is at work in the Orchard. Farm tours are tailored to their age, and tie into a class project. Great also for scout troops, church or other groups. Call to schedule at least 3 weeks in advance, our Fall schedule fills fast.

Cider Brats

Served 11am-2pm Sat & Sun

A tasty twist to the beer brat, we add our sweet apple cider to a traditional bratwurst made by Bavaria Sausage. Then after grilling we soak them in hot cider. Top off the bun with our homemade apple and onion relish and a dab of mustard. YUM! Served Sat & Sun 11-2pm

Family Time

Enjoy a stroll through our Orchard with your family and friends. Many varieties available to pick each week.  Also we have special heirloom varieties pre-picked and graded in our store for you to try.

Farm Store

Time for Caramel Apples!

Our farmstore has all your harvest decorations and unique locally made gifts.  We have a wide selection of candles, soaps, kitchen items, and lots of tasty local foods.

Please call 798-2780 for fresh cider, apples, honey and apple firewood to keep you warm all winter.

Russet Apples

Russets – One of our favorite antique apples, these special treats are now ready to eat in October. Try them at our farmstore in the Heirloom Apple section.  You can bag your own, and try all kinds of different flavors, colors and textures.  Each one has it own story, and the varieties available change each week.


Make sure your Thanksgiving Dinner is complete with a delicious apple pie and jug of cider. Put some extra in your freezer to enjoy all winter long
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