Apple Picking in Niagara

Celebrate fall by enjoying a nice day outdoors apple picking in Niagara. Choose from the list below of friendly pick-your-own apple farms in the Niagara Region. Please call the farms before you visit to make sure they are open and apples are ready for picking.

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Where to Pick Apples in Niagara

Windwood Farms (PICK-YOUR-OWN)

A family operated farm located on the beautiful Beamsville ‘Bench’, Windwood Farms has become a traditional destination  for families and friends to pick fresh and tasty Apples, Pears, and Plums.  The farm is also home to a big pumpkin patch where you can personally select that perfect specimen to carve into something special. The quaint market is the place to go for fresh seasonal vegetables, pre-picked fruit, baked goods, and of course, Windwood’s Famous Apple Cider. Open weekends only, 10am-4pm. Apples available September 12th, 2020. They will be doing things differently this year. Please check the  website for details before heading to the farm.
Address: 4198 King Street East, Beamsville, Ontario
Phone: 905-401-0515 or 905-563-7106

Puddicombe Estate and Farm (PICK-YOUR-OWN)

Puddicombe Estate Farms & Winery harvests its own fruits to provide fresh produce and a wide variety of value added products such as hand-baked pies, jams, jellies, cookies, tarts, strudels, cider, fudge and wines. Puddicombe Estate allows you to pick: Sweet & Sour Cherries, Blueberries, Apples, Pears and Pumpkins. Open daily 9am-5pm. Apple picking for 2020: September 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th 2020 | October 3rd, 4th 2020. Weekends Activities: P.Y.O Apples, live entertainment, children’s village, fall harvest train rides, 3 wine/cider tastings, juice tasting, campfire & marshmallow roast, fall craft, kids’ bouncy fun.

Address: 1468 #8 Highway, Winona, ON
Phone: 905-643-1015

Silmaril Farms (PICK-YOUR-OWN)

Family friendly Pick Your Own apples on dwarf trees – NO LADDERS!    Open Friday, Saturday and Sundays from 10 to 4:00.  They recommend that you call ahead for dates, times and varieties throughout the harvest period which starts in September and runs through until the middle of November.  The pre-recorded message will be updated with daily picking conditions.  Call 905-945-7963 Directions: Take the QEW exit Christie, Maple, Ontario Streets.  Turn north onto Christie Street (turns to Mountain Street).  Follow up the escarpment.  Turn left on Elm Tree Street and then at the next street turn left onto Russ Road.

Address: 144 Russ Road, Grimsby
Phone: 905-945-7963

Parkway Orchards (PICK-YOUR-OWN)

Parkway Orchards is a pick your own fruit farm with cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, apples and grapes available throughout the early summer to fall.
Parkway Orchards offers pick your own fruits as well as a shop with baked goods, sandwiches and ice cream. Hours: Monday – Friday, and Sundays : 11am to 5pm. Saturday: 11am to 6pm. Apples should be ready for picking around Sept. 10, 2020
Address: 15000 Niagara Parkway, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Telephone(905) 262-5097

Mathias Farms (PICK-YOUR-OWN)

Not available for the 2020 season.

Mathias Farms is a family owned and operated fruit farm that offers pick your own and ready picked fruit to the public. Children are welcome, as long as their family supervises them.  All interested parties should call first to inquire as to the picking conditions before coming out to the farm.  This is especially true for large groups.
Crops available for pick your own are sweet cherries…sour cherries…red and black raspberries….mulberries….apples …red currants. Farm Hours:  Monday – Friday: 5:00pm – Dusk.  Saturday – Sunday: 10:30am – Dusk.
Address: 1909 Effingham Street, Ridgeville, Ontario
Telephone: (905) 892-6166

Looking for other fruit to pick? Check out our list here!

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