Apple Orchards for Picking near Denver

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Ferrara’s Happy Apple Farm - Penrose, CO
They are open Wednesday through Sunday.Admission, hayrides and apple bags are free. They are growing more than five varieties of apples but they did not have an apple crop in 2013. They also have a pumpkin patch (and it did have pumpkins!).Country Store includes delicious baked goods and other country products.

Masonville Orchards - Ault, CO
No U-Pick in 2017. An apple orchard owned by Walt Rosenberg that is growing 150 varieties of apples and pears across their six properties.They started planting a 15 acre parcel of land for apple picking in 2012.Optimistically, they hoped to have fruit for picking in 2014 but you should definitely call them to see how it is going.

Orchard Valley Farms - Paonia, CO
An 80 acre farm created in 1976.It now has a farm market and u-pick fruits.They started growing grapes in 1997 and later opened the Black Bridge Winery.

Ya Ya Farm & Orchard - Longmont, CO
U-pick is by reservation only for individuals and families.They do not allow large groups.Cost is $12 for a 1/2 peck bag which holds 5-7 pounds of apples.You will also be able to meet the farm animals, drink apple cider and eat cider donuts.About: The land was purchased in 2003 to rejuvenate the orchard and farm that was originally opened by the Goss family in 1896.The U-Pick-It orchard was opened in 2006.The Boulder County orchard now has 810 trees with more than 120 varieties.

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