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Pick-Your-Own Map

Apple picking is located in Apple Blocks 1 & 5. Use this map (double click to zoom) to locate the field. Enjoy! Apple descriptions are below. 

Apple Descriptions

Ambrosia - This glossy, bi-coloured apple has an attractive conical shape and smooth, flawless skin with a bright, almost fluorescent pink blush over a creamy-yellow and green background. The apple has tender, juicy flesh with a fine, crisp texture & honeyed flavor. Ambrosia is also a low-acid apple, which makes it easier for kids and older people to digest.

Braeburn - Its firm flesh is pale yellow to gold and contains a few dark brown seeds in the center of the fibrous core. Braeburn apples are very crisp and juicy with a sweet flavor combined with subtle hints of spice, pear, nutmeg, and cinnamon.


Carousel - A bright, red-striped apple with a creamy orange color; firm and crisp. It has a thin skin with a sweet/tart flavor, and makes a great fresh eating apple. You may even notice a hint of pear.

Cortland - Versatile & all purpose apple favorite! Crisp & juicy for eating fresh, non-browning flesh for salads and ideal for pies since it cooks without mushing.

Empire - Red, juice, firm, crunch & sweet. Empire apples are excellent for eating and salads, and good for sauce, baking, pies and freezing.


Fortune - It has a burgundy red skin with green streaks peeking through, and a unique flavor that mirrors both parent varieties. The Fortune apple is both sweet and tart, and its flavor has spicy undertones, though the core may be bitter.

Mutsu - Our version of Granny Smith! Great all purpose apple. Dense, crisp and juicy texture. Makes a flavorful applesauce and is also great for pies & eating. Store well.

Spigold - A high-quality apple from a tree that is vigorous and bears medium-to-large sized, bright golden fruit with gorgeous red striping. Flesh is crisp with a delicate flavor and delightful aftertaste. Ideal for fresh-eating as well as baking.


Staybrite - Hard crispy yellow flesh with tangy flavor Best for baking, sauces, and ciders. For a fresh eaten tart apple, its flavor is superb.


Suncrisp - As its name references, this is a crisp and sweet variety with subacid flavor. Suncrisp stores exceptionally well and has excellent apple flavor. Best for fresh eating but also a nice addition for baking and applesauce.

Best Practices

  • Keep plants happy by walking on paths.

  • Carefully select ripe fruit before picking.

  • Use provided containers for picking. Personal picking containers not permitted.

  • Respect the land and farmers by minimizing waste and sampling.

  • Adults are responsible for their children’s actions and safety at all times.

  • Take your time and enjoy your visit! Exit the fields by 5:30 p.m.

  • Leave backpacks and bags in your vehicle. The farm is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Varieties and picking locations are subject to change. In case of emergencies call 911 and then call 978.388.5525 to notify staff so our team may assist you and medics.

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