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U Pick Apples

A family tradition since 1918

U-Pick Guidelines

Before visiting the farm, please review the rules below:

  • No dogs
  • No glass bottles
  • Carry it in, carry it out

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Sweet Maia

Picking: Late August/Early September

An early-season apple with fall apple qualities. Crisp and sweet with bright, attractive red coloring. A Honeycrisp/Winecrisp cross

Premier Honeycrisp

Picking: Late August/Early September

Premier Honeycrisp shares many of the same attributes of the original honeycrisp.  Crisp, juicy and a perfect sweet/tart combination.  Ripens about 21 days ahead of Regular Honeycrisp. 


Picking: Early/Mid September

A moderately sweet apple with a nice crunch. One of the most popular apples in America.

Autumn Crisp

Picking: Mid September

An apple developed by Cornell University. Autumn Crip are extra crisp and juicy with a hint of tartness. Excellent for apple slice snacks.


Picking: Mid September

The name says it all.  Recently our most popular apple.  It’s sweetness, juiciness and tartness make it the perfect eating apple. 


Picking: Mid/Late September

An all-purpose apple.  Excellent for eating, baking or apple sauce.  A tart apple with a crisp flesh.  


Picking: Late September

This apple won’t turn brown and very popular for salads.  A wonderfully tart apple that is great for snacking and baking. 


Picking: Late September

A true New York apple.  Developed by Cornell University, its unique sweet tart combination makes it very versatile. 


Picking: Late September/Early October

Another successful apple developed by Cornell University.  Jonagolds tend to be on the sweeter side with a hint of tartness.  A great snacking and baking apple that gives off a wonderful aroma. 


Picking: Early October

One of the most sought-after apples in the fall.  A crisp tart apple with a white flesh.  


Picking: Early October

One of the juiciest apples we offer.  A great baking and eating apple and known for its large size.  Less pealing!!! 


Picking: Early/Mid October

The flavor is pleasant and sweet, with very low acidity.  A great apple especially if you love galas but want something a little more crisp!!

Ida Red

Picking: Mid/Late October

A great baking apple that works well for pies or apple sauce.  A tart, juicy apple.  

Pink Lady

Picking: Mid October

A beautiful apple that is good for snacking or baking.  A tart, firm apple that stores well.  


Picking: Late October

Well known for its firmness and sweetness.  The flavor is predominantly sweet, and very refreshing.   


Picking: Late October

Sweet, juicy, firm and crisp.  The name describes the apple perfectly, and it stores great all year around.  A Honeycrisp and Fuji cross. 

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