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Albion Orchards
14800 Innis Lake Road
Caledon East, Ontario
L0N 1E0
Phone: (905) 584-0354
Albion Orchards was established in 1967 as a family owned and operated business. Our family takes exceptional pride in the quality of our crops. Albion Orchards is located in Caledon East where the local soil structure creates excellent growing conditions. Our orchard produces over 18 varieties of Apples as well as 3 varieties of pears.
Apples: Cortland, Spartan, Idared, Mutsu, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Jonagold, Golden Russet, Paulared, Tydeman Red, Wellington, Quinte, Gingergold Yellow Transparent, and Wealthy
visit Albion Orchards website

Algoma Orchards
4425 Thickson Road North
Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (905) 655-4961
Market: (905) 655-4130
Algoma Apple Market's bakery turns out fresh baked pies and other delicious breads and desserts. There's also a dairy section, pantry items, ice cream, homemade fudge, frozen entrees and vegetables -- even charming handmade crafts and jewelry
Apples: Cortland, Spartan, Idared, Mutsu, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Red Delicious,Golden Delicious; We also offer Gala, Fugi, Jona Gold, Macoun, and Granny Smith Apples when available. Early apples such as Melba, Jersey Mac and Paula Red available late August & early September.
visit Algoma Orchards website

Applewood Farm and Winery
Stouffville
12442 McCowan Road (1/4 km North of Stouffville side road)
Phone: (905) 640-5357
Open: for strawberry picking from Mid-June to Mid-July; for apple picking from September 1st to mid-October
Winery is open from April to December and offers exceptional fruit wines, preserves and crafts.
Wagon rides are available during strawberry and apple seasons, we also offer a nature path through our forest and a play area for children.
Apples: varieties include: Paulared, McIntosh, Honey Crisp, Red Delicious, Spencer, Spartan, Red Corts, Jona Golds, Cortland, and more.
Applewood Farm and Winery website

Apple Doorn Farms
R.R # 1, Carrying Place
Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (905) 655-4951
visit Apple Doorn Farms website
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from Mothers' Day Weekend in May until Hallowe'en, then weekends only.
Description:At Apple Doorn Farms you can enjoy apples, strawberries, tomatoes, corn, pumpkins, and other vegetables fresh from the field and orchard. Shop for other farm products in our cozy market barn, including syrup, honey, goat cheese, home baking,etc. We also have bird feeders, bird houses, bird books, and gift items.
Apple Doorn is blessed with 40 acres of apple orchards, including the ever popular Macs, Delicious, Empire, summer varieties, and plenty of old-fashioned Golden Russett apples.
A large portion of the Apple Doorn property is located in Albury Swamp, a significant wetland supporting a wide variety of wildlife. Features of special interest to birders and naturalists can be viewed from our nature trails. Call ahead to reserve an interpreted trail walk. We have pick-your-own strawberries and apples in season. Each month offers a different theme. In the fall enjoy harvest activities and some special surprises.
Directions: From Toronto, Ontario, take Hwy. 401 east to Hwy. 33 at Trenton. Travel south just past Carrying Place to County Road 3. Take this famous scenic road east along the shores of the Bay of Quinte until you come to Albury and Apple Doorn Farm Market and Wetland Trail.

Archibald Orchards and Estate Winery
Bowmanville
6275 Liberty St.
Phone: (905) 263-2396
Archibald is Ontario's largest apple winery, with 17 different apple wines and ciders. They offer daily samples of their award-winning apple wines and ciders. Open to the public for picking from Labour Day weekend

Balsillie Fruit Farm
793 E County Road 50
R. R. # 1
Harrow, Ontario
N0R 1G0
Phone: (519) 738-4819
visit Balsillie Fruit Farm website
We grow 27 acres of apples in 3 orchard sites. We grow over 30 different cultivars of apples, with harvest dates ranging from mid-July through mid-November. Our goal is to produce high quality, flavourful apples for specialty markets that appreciate good eating apples. We grow a small test orchard of new cultivars, some of which have not yet been named by their breeders. Look for numbered selections like 9P-15-30 to try a new flavour of apples. Last year, we added a few more trees to our test orchard: Redcort and Northern Spy on dwarf rootstock to try in our warm climate.
Strawberries, Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Pears, Sweet Cherries
Apples: Empire, Gala, Red & Golden Delicious, Mutsu (Crispin), Idared, Gingergold, Sunrise, Jonagold, Fuji and Braeburn

Bateau Channel Orchard
292 Spithead Rd
Howe Island, Ontario, K7G 2V6
613 542 2504
Pick your own apples at our picturesque waterfront orchard. We are located on Howe Island, just east of Kingston, Ontario on the St. Lawrence River
Directions: You can reach us by boat or car. >From Kingston, Ontario 20 minutes. Take the County Ferry just south of intersection of Joyceville Road and Highway 2 (mid-way between Kingston and Gananoque). It is a 7 minute ferry ride from the mainland to the island and the orchard is located on the northwest shore of the Bateau Channel.
visit the Bateau Channel Orchard website

The Big Apple
Brampton
Pick your own
Phone: (905) 455-8414 Directions: from Hwy. 401 go N. on Mississauga Rd. to Steeles Ave. Turn W. to the next concession (Heritage Rd.) and go north, follow the signs from there

Binkley Apples Limited
RR#1
Thornbury
519-599-2125

Birtch Farms
RR 7
Woodstock, Ontario, N4S 7W2
Phone:(519) 469-3040
Fax:(519) 469-3588
Pick your own apple and pumpkin farm. New fruit winery features wines made from the apples and fruits grown on our farm and other local farms. Farm related entertainment, a children's playground, and a comprehensive school tour program.
Motorcoach tour and tasting program
Directions: Located just 10 minutes off 401 highway, on the way to the Stratford Festival.
Apples: Melba, Paula Red, Jona Mac, McIntosh, Gala, Cortland, Empire, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Ida Red, Northern Spy, Mutsu, Golden Russet
visit the Birtch Farms website

Brus' Orchards
On 401 at Ingersoll (West of Woodstock and East of London)
Tillsonburg, Ontario
(519) 842-2262
visit Brus' Orchards website
Our orchard is 15 acres big and contains over 7000 apple trees and over 100 pear trees. The whole orchard is watered by drip irrigation. Our orchard produces around 300 bins per year which is about 1'000'000 apples. We also grow pumpkins, raspberries, corn and many other products.
We have 11 varieties of apples. All apples are handpicked. Most of our apples are sold in our store. Windfalls are either sold or pressed to apple cider and also sold in our store. Our apples are stored in our cooler which keeps them around 2 degree Celsius cold.

Campbell's Orchards
1633 Rednersville Road
R.R. #1 Carrying Place
Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (613) 962-3751
visit Campbell's Orchards website
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from Mothers' Day Weekend in May until Hallowe'en, then weekends only.
Description: A quaint country market with adjoining Tea Room. Chickens, geese and of course Wilbur the pig for your children's enjoyment to feed or observe. Nicki and Tigger the cats and Abby the Golden Retriever love to frolic with children and adults alike
Apples: Macintosh, Empire, Royal Gala, Delicious, Spys & Russets
Directions: We are located 2 hrs from Toronto. Turn off the 401 at the Wooler Rd Exit. Follow the Wooler Rd. to #33 south. Turn left at County Rd. 3, (Rednersville Rd.) Follow until you come to a speed reduction. You can't miss the sign and store. We are #1633 on the south side.

Chudleigh's Apple Farm and Bakery
9528 Hwy. 25
Milton, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 878-2725
visit Chudleigh's Apple Farm website
We are located in Milton, Ontario, Canada, about 30 minutes west of Toronto. Every year, in late summer and fall, families come to pick their own apples, and enjoy the farm-themed entertainment area. Also located on the farm is a retail store, open November to June Fri-Sat-Sun, where you can purchase delicious Chudleigh baked goods and other specialty foods.
Directions:
>From Toronto:
Take the 401 West to Highway 25, Exit 320. (Approximately 15 minutes west of Pearson International Airport). Go north on Highway 25. Chudleigh's Apple Farm is approximately 3 km north on the lefthand side of the road.
>From Hamilton:
Take Highway 6 North to the 401. Take the 401 East to Highway 25, Exit 320. Chudleigh's Apple Farm is approximately 3 km north on the lefthand side of the road.
>From Oakville/Burlington:
Take Highway 25 North from Highway 5. Highway 25 jogs a bit through Milton, but it will bring you right to the farm. Just follow the signs and you'll be fine! Once you cross Hwy. 401 Chudleigh's Apple Farm is approximately 3 km north on the left-hand side of the road.
Apples: Tydeman, Wealthy, Cortland, Spartan, Mutsu, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Red Delicious,Golden Delicious, Gala, Fugi, and Granny Smith.

The Country Apple Store
Brampton
Pick your own apples
8605 Heritage Rd.
Phone: (905) 455-8202
Directions: from Hwy. 401, go N. on Mississauga Rd. to Steeles Ave. Turn W. on Heritage Rd and go N. Follow the signs
Open to the public from Labour Day Weekend

Delhaven Orchards Ltd.
Blenheim
Phone: 519-676-4475
Description: 400 acres located on the north shore of Lake Erie. We grow 180 acres of fruit and over 200 acres of cash crop. Come and visit our Farm Market, where you will find a variety of fresh in season produce for sale, and homemade apple cider.

Devins Orchards
Aurora
14847 Warden Ave.
Phone: (905) 888-1637
Go N. on Hwy. 404 to Aurora Sideroad. Go E. and drive 3 km to Warden Ave. Turn right and go S. 1 km.
Open to the public in early September

Gould's Apple Orchard and Fruit Winery
5551 Fifth Line, RR# 3, Tottenham, Ontario
905-936-2701
Come and visit our quiet, peaceful location, enjoy the winding tree-lined driveway and parking area and revel in the beauty of nature. Walk down the manicured grass rows in the orchard, have a rest or picnic by the quiet pond, tour the winery and sample the wines. Browse through the store and see a variety of apple products, gift baskets and other gift ideas.
U-pick apple orchard featuring over 2,300 dwarf apple trees. We make a variety of fruit wines and ciders. We use 100% Ontario grown fruit in our wines. Tours of the orchard and winery and wine tastings can be arranged. Please call to set up a date for your group.
Location: 45 minutes northwest of Toronto, 5 minutes east of Tottenham and 20 minutes west of Newmarket
Open: daily from 9 to 6. Sundays 12 to 5. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Closed New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Christmas Day. In the month of December we are open daily until Christmas.
visit Gould's Apple Orchard and Winery website

Greenacres
Brampton
Pick your own apples
9266 Heritage Rd.
Phone: (905) 459-4458
Directions: from Hwy. 401, go N. on Mississauga Rd. to Steeles Ave. Turn W. and then turn N. on Heritage Rd. (the next concession). It's 3.5 km up the road. Open to the public the weekend after Labour Day

Howes Orchards
Howes Orchards is a family owned and operated commercial apple farm located in the township of North Marysburgh in Prince Edward County in eastern Ontario. This farm has been producing apples since 1850. For over 20 years we have carefully tended these orchards taking full advantage of the area's unique climate and soil conditions to produce apples of unequalled flavour and quality. Sunny autumn days and cool fall nights combine with onshore breezes to concentrate the exceptional qualities and varietal flavours of the late harvest apples. The moderating effect of Lake Ontario on the local micro-climate, coincides with well-drained, nutrient-rich soil providing ideal conditions for growing high quality fruit. Many types of apples are grown in this area, and include varieties that could not stand the harsher winter climate just 20 miles further north. visit Howes Orchards website

Josmar Acres
568 Lynden Rd. (1 mile South of Lynden)
Lynden, ON L0R 1T0
Phone: (519) 647-2025
We are a family run business established in 1974 with over 30 acres of apple orchard in production. At Josmar Acres, 15 different apple varieties are grown including our latest variety "Honeycrisp". During the summer months, we have pick your own/pre-picked strawberries and raspberries. Following this are the many varieties of peaches, pears and plums. Our home market is open all year, Monday to Saturday, closed Sundays. We also offer free range brown eggs, home-grown potatoes, honey, home-made jams, apple cider and fruit pies. As well, we bring in a vast arrangement of box plants and hangers in the spring. For the fall, we have a large assortment of mums, pumpkins and thanksgiving decorations. Come out and meet Spikey, the Golden Retriever and his many friends.

Carl Laidlaw Orchards
Pick your own apples
Heritage Rd. W.
Phone: (905) 702-0988
Directions: from Hwy. 401, go N. on Mississauga Rd. to Steeles Ave. Head W. and go S. on Heritage Rd. (the next concession). It's located on the W. side

Marsh Fruit Farms
8644 Townsend Line
Arkona
Phone: 519-828 3695
Fruit Farm - Packing - Retail - Pick-Your-Own processing cherries.
visit the Marsh Fruit Farms website

Matthie's Sunnyside Farm Inc
R.R. #2 Bloomfield
(613) 393-1862
On-Site Bakery
Fresh Picked Apples - 18 varieties in season (Sept - Oct), apples available year round -- in quantities from bags to bushels.
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Vegetables in season, Fresh Pressed Cider
Retail & Wholesale
Educational Tours

Orchalaw Farms
Norval
Pick your own apples
Toronto
Phone: (905) 456-1879
Directions: from Hwy. 401, head N. on Mississauga Rd. to Hwy 7. Turn W. to Heritage Rd. and go S. It's the first farm on the W. side. Open to the public on Labour Day Weekend

Orchard Home Farm
235 Howell Road
St. George
Orchard Home Farm is a family-run 80 acre apple and pear orchard. At the farm, you can drive right up to the trees that you want to pick from. You don't even need a ladder because Orchard Home Farm apples are grown on "Dwarf" and "Semi-dwarf" trees. We provide you with bags, so you don't need to bring containers. If you don't feel like picking, you can always select from our ready-picked apples at the barn
Hours: You can come and visit us any time from mid August to the end of the harvest in late October
Directions: from Brantford or 403, exit highway 403 at highway 24 (King George Road). Follow highway 24 north 2 km past highway 5 to Howell Road. Turn right on Howell Road and drive 1.5 km to Orchard Home Farm on the left. Look for the Orchard Home Farm signs along the way.
>From Cambridge or highway 401, take highway 24 South towards Brantford. After leaving Cambridge, stay on highway 24 South for 10 km to the Orchard Home Farm sign located at Howell Road. Turn left on Howell Road and drive 1.5 km to Orchard Home Farm on the left. Look for the Orchard Home Farm signs along the way.
Apples: Paula Red, Gravenstein, McIntosh, Cortland, Empire, Spartan, Cox Orange Pippen, Snow, Tolman Sweet, Jonagold, Red and Golden Delicious, Mutsu, Ida Red, Spy Gold, Golden Russet and Granny Smith
visit the Orchard Home Farm website

Pine Farms Orchard
2700 16th Sideroad
King, Ontario L7B 1A3
Phone: 905-833-5459
Open: Tuesday to Friday 9:30-5, Saturday & Sunday 9-5; Mid August to January
Directions: Hwy 400 north to King Road. East on King Road to Jane Street. Jane St. North 4km to 16th Sideroad. East on 16th to 2700 16th Sideroad, north side of road.
Description: Family run operation for over 50 years. Located in the lush rolling hills of King township on the Oak Ridges Moraine. Dwarf trees in a beautiful setting. Farm shop, ciderhouse, gifts and bakery, and tea room. Come sit by the woodstove in the renovated grading and storage barn and enjoy a hearty lunch or our homemade soups. Our store is filled with unique gifts and the bakeshop is brimming with seasonal baking and gourmet preserves.

Pingle's Farm Market
Oshawa
Pick your own apples
1805 Taunton Road. East
Phone: (905) 725-6089
Located southeast corner of Taunton and Courtice Rds., 5 km east of Oshawa Townline or 401 to Courtice Rd. (exit 425) follow signs north 9 km

Rae's Farm
Milton
Pick your own apples
Phone: (905) 878-7708
Directions: from Hwy. 401, head S. on Trafalgar Rd. to Britannia Rd. Turn E. and it's located 1 km up the road. Open to the public the weekend after Labour Day

Scotch Settlement Orchard
Bradford
Pick your own apples
6th Line
Phone: (905) 775-7116 Directions: from Bradford stoplights in town centre (junction of Hwys. 11 and 88), turn south on Simcoe St. and go 1km. At line 6 (edge of town), turn west to first farm on right. Open to the public from the weekend after Labour Day.

Siloam Orchards
7300 3rd Conc.
R.R. #1 Uxbridge
Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada L9P 1R1
Phone: (905) 852-9418
visit Siloam Orchards website
Hours: seasonal, closed Monday's
Description: Specializing in rare and historical apples. Pick your own apples from mid August to late October. Fruit trees shipped across Canada except British Columbia in April,orders accepted all year. Long list and descriptions of historical on website, also modern disease resistant apples for organic growers.Largest collection in Canada. Maple syrup demonstrations early March to mid April. Pies, cider, honey preserves.
Apples: Hundreds of apple varieties to purchase in season including rare historical types once grown locally such as Snow, Red Astrachan Duchess,Tolman Sweet. Many varieties being added to this list annually.
Directions: 7km west of Uxbridge Ontario to the 3rd Concession and turn north-look for sign 1km ahead

Ken T. Speirs Orchards
Brampton
4810 Mayfield Rd. RR 4
Phone: (905) 843-2320
Directions: take Hwy. 410 N., continue on when it turns into Heart Lake Rd., then go E. on Mayfield Rd. The orchard is between Dixie and Bramalea Rds. If you get to Mayfield Secondary School (home of the Mavericks), you have passed it. Open to the public the weekend after Labour Day

Thiessen Orchards Ltd
400 Talbot Rd East
Leamington
Pick your own apples4810 Mayfield Rd. RR 4
Phone: 519-326-5873
Description: Come and pick your own apples and visit our Kountry Kitchen for delicious homemade sausage on a bun, hot dogs, apple fritters, caramel apples, hot and cold drinks. Fun for kids! Enjoy wagon rides, picnic & barn play area. (Pumpkins also available in the fall).

Wagner Orchards
1222 8th Concession 
Maidstone
Phone: 519-723-4807
Description: Wagner Orchards is a pick your own farm with a variety of fruits and vegetables. We are more than just a U-Pick farm. We offer a day in the country with pony rides, farm animals, apple cider, apple butter making, honey and bee keeping. School tours and tractor rides.

Williams' Orchards
Milton
Pick your own apples
Phone: (905) 876-4220
Directions: from Hwy. 401 take Hwy. 25 N. to the second stoplight. Turn E. on Reg. Rd. 9 (Campbellville Rd.) and go 1 km E. to Third Line. Head N. and go 3 km to the dead end. Open to the public from Labour Day Weekend

Wilson's Orchard
Brampton
Pick your own apples
Phone: (905) 838-2530
Directions: from Hwy. 401, take Hwy. 410 N. and go E. on Mayfield Rd. Head N. on Dixie Rd. for 7 km. Located 1 km N. of King St.

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