Apple Picking at the farm

The 2023 apple picking season has ended!

PLEASE BE ADVISED when the weather is outstanding the orchard can be busy on the weekends during the high season and we must close our gates periodically when we reach capacity. Thank you for your patience & happy harvesting.

Picking from the tree $2.35/lb you must pay for what you pick so only pick what you need. We cannot put the apples back on the tree. Please be respectful so that others may enjoy picking as well.

Admission to orchard:

Adults/Child 2+ $7.00/per person(tax included)

Seniors 65+ $5.00

Cash, Visa, MC, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Debit accepted.


Happy harvesting

**Picking for the day Ends at 4:30pm**

Please Note:

Apples ripen at different times and these are approximate harvest dates. We advise you not to pick apples that are not ripe.

Harvest start dates are approximate. Call ahead or visit our What’s On! page for best picking times and availability!

PYO COST:Pick your own apples are weighed by the pound at $2.35/lb. You must pay for what you pick.

Please visit our whats on page to see what varieties are ready for pick your own

We have limited quantities of:

Cox’s Orange Pippin, Gravenstein,
and Sunrise.

Please call ahead to order any of the varieties we grow for curbside pick up. Email us at or call.

Rules of the Orchard — please take a gander!

We want you to have a great time at the farm. But, with many visitors, a few rules of courtesy are necessary to protect trees from damage, keep our visitors safe, and help avoid unnecessary costs. Please take a moment to read the following rules and guidelines:

  • Our attendants are happy to help! Please ask them for assistance and follow their instructions.
  • Please don’t pick apples that are not in season or pick from areas that are blocked off. They’re not ready for eating, and you might damage the tree!
  • Please don’t climb trees – trees are easily damaged and children can be hurt when climbing or hanging onto branches.
  • Remove apples carefully by turning them on their stem and they will stay in your hand. “Eye to the sky and twist” The eye is at the bottom of the apple where the remnants of the apple blossom is.
  • No picnics or outside food allowed in orchard or store area. Local parks and community centres offer this service and space area for you.
  • Service dogs and friendly family dogs on-leash are welcome and poop and scoop there are garbage's in orchard and at store. No off-leash pets, please. We also sell dog ice cream!
  • Remove apples carefully by turning them on their stem, and they will stay in your hand. “Eye to the sky and twist”
  • Garbage and recycling pails are provided - please be courteous to others and use them. Do NOT throw masks or gloves on the ground, use the recepticals provided, or take them home with you to dispose of.
  • Using your own reusable bags for picking is cool — and good for the environment!
  • No bags? No problem. We provide them on site.
  • Please don’t block entrances or exits
  • Safety first! This is a working farm: enjoy your time here at your own risk.
  • Please respect the environment and the orchard:

    R – Responsible
    E – Environment
    S – Sustainable
    P – Protect
    E – Educate
    C – Care
    T – Tradition

Apple Glossary:

Find out about the different kinds of apples and their uses for cooking, eating, and more at the Ontario Apple Growers' website: Ontario Apple Growers

…and the most important rule: have fun! Stay safe & healthy. #weareallinthistogether