Currently Picking: PYO Cherries will not be available this season. Please see top of page for details



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PYO CHERRY UPDATE for 2014........ Due to the horrible winter and very cold spring, we lost 95% of our sour cherry crop & 100% of our sweet cherry crop this season. Below is a picture of an unpicked sour cherry tree to give you an idea of the sparseness of the crop. Because of the fact that is is very hard picking, we decided to pick all of them ourselves and not offer PYO this year. We will be selling what we have at a price of $6.50/quart which comes out to approx $3.99/lb. Supply is VERY limited and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Please call 908-475-1507 to reserve yours today.

Our 45 acre orchard sits atop a mountain that has a magnificent view of the Delaware Water Gap. While we grow many different types of fruit, we only offer two items for pick-your-own at this time. Sour Cherries and Apples.

Sour Cherries ripen in June. PYO apples are available on Saturdays & Sundays only.

As with any pick-your-own operation, please call before heading out. You never know what Mother Nature has done to us. We may have a great crop or we may have been frozen out. It is different every year.

unpicked cherry tree

284B County Route 519
Belvidere, NJ 07823


We grow over 100 varieties of apples that ripen between August and November. We offer pick-your-own on weekends in September and October. The exact starting weekend depends on the crop so check with us before coming out.

You get to our orchard on the top of the "hill" via hayride. There is a $2 pp charge. Children 3 and under are free.The ride takes approximately 15 minutes round trip.

We charge for the apples by the bag. A half-peck bag (approx. 5 lbs) is $6.50. A peck bag (approx 10 lbs) is $12.50 and a half-bushel bag (approx. 20 lbs) is $20. The price works out to be about $1.25 per pound. Picking apples in anything other than our bags will be considered theft.


Click Here to see a partial list of apple varieties we grow.