Pick your own apples, pears and more by reservation only for individuals and families (they aren’t able to accomodate groups). They usually sell out their reservations by August, so email early to secure your spot – January 1st is the first day to reach out for the current year. Apples are ripe mid-July through mid-October, pears in September and October. You will also be able to meet the farm animals, drink apple cider and eat fresh cider donuts, and take a tractor-driven hayride (weekends in September and October only). This Boulder County orchard now has 810 trees with more than 120 varieties. 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. They are located about 45 miles north of Denver.
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