Pick-Your-Own Map

Use this map (double click to zoom) to locate today's orchards then scroll down to see varieties available listed by row. 

Apple Picking

Block 1 

Pioneer Mac

Locations: Back of row 2

Fruit quality, flavor and size are excellent. Flesh is white and firmer than many McIntosh strains.

Gala

Locations: Middle of rows 10, 13-15

#1 apple for snacking and school lunches. Crisp, juicy, flavorful with a high sugar content to balance tartness. Great for no-sugar added applesauce.

Corail

Location: Front half of row 13 

Creamy white inner flesh and a crisp, crunchy texture. Its sweet flavor has subtle tropical undertones, such as banana and pineapple. They hold up to temperatures when cooked, so they are ideal for pies, tarts and baking. They are great for eating fresh, out-of-hand or pair with pork for a sweet addition to dinner.

McIntosh

Locations: Back half of rows 11 and 12

Favorite New England eating and pie apple. Juicy and flavorful. Softens rapidly which makes a soft & smooth applesauce or pies.

Cortland

Locations: Rows 14-18

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

Jonamac

Locations: Back half of rows 15 and 16

Sweet and delicious snacking apple. One of the most popular snacking apples for its very sweet, crisp, creamy yellow flesh. It has a characteristic striped skin that is almost orange in color. A red and green apple that is a cross between a Jonathan and a McIntosh that is aromatic, juicy, and has a semi-sweet flavor.

Block 2

Cortland

Locations: Rows 1-4 and 9-12

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

McIntosh

Location: Rows 5 and 8

Favorite New England eating and pie apple. Juicy and flavorful. Softens rapidly which makes a soft & smooth applesauce or pies.

Block 3

Cortland

Locations: Rows 3-4 

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

Jonaprince

Locations: Rows 5-6 

Is a mutation of Jonagold having a bright to dark red colored, non-greasy and very early ripening apple. The fruit flesh is firmer and has a little more sugar and is a little more sour than that of Jonagold.

McIntosh

Locations: Rows 1, 2 and 20

Favorite New England eating and pie apple. Juicy and flavorful. Softens rapidly which makes a soft & smooth applesauce or pies.

Macoun

Locations: Rows 21 and 22

The king of the McIntosh family. Crunchy flesh that has be claimed to be better than McIntosh!

Early Fuji

Locations: Row 24

It has a mostly red colored skin with small patches of golden yellow blush and light vertical striations. The Early Fuji has a white to cream-colored, dense, yet crisp flesh. Complex in flavor, low in acidity and very sweet with notes of both honey and citrus.

Block 5

Cortland

Locations: Rows 1,4 and 5

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

Pioneer Mac

Locations: Rows 12 and 13

Fruit quality, flavor and size are excellent. Flesh is white and firmer than many McIntosh strains.

Linda Mac

Location: Row 17

True McIntosh flavor with a bright red blush. Fruit color develops earlier than other McIntosh strains. Attractive, stripe-free apples with good sweet flavor. Cold-hardy. Excellent for fresh-eating and baking.

Macoun

Locations: Rows 24-26

The king of the McIntosh family. Crunchy flesh that has be claimed to be better than McIntosh!

Varieties and picking locations are subject to change. View our apple chart to see all varieties grown on the farm. In case of emergencies call 911 and then call 978.388.5525 to notify staff so our team may assist you and medics.