Ten varieties of PYO apples including Empire, Gala, and McIntosh.They ripen in September and October though weather and demand can effect availability.Weekday pricing is by the pound.A peck bag is $20 (cash only) on weekends and Monday holidays.Bakery offers cider donuts, seasonal pies and other treats daily.Visit the farm animals or sip wine in the tasting room.Apple trees were first planted on the property in 1920, and it is now run by its third farm family under an agricultural preservation restriction that prevents it from being turned into a development.
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