Open everyday but Tuesday for apple picking from 10am to 5:00pm
If you are from the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge or Guelph area and are planning on apple picking – We make it easy to pick your own, so you can have the maximum amount of fun.
Here’s how it works:
Apple Harvest Calendar
These dates are approximate, please check back in the future for the set dates.
|Sunrise||Late August||Crisp, sweet|
|McIntosh||Early September||Tender, juicy, aromatic, tart-sweet|
|Gala||Early September||Crisp, firm, juicy, mild and sweet|
|Honey Crisp||Mid September||Crisp, juicy, mild, honeyed flavour|
|Cortland||Mid September||Tart with hint of sweet and tangy
|Empire||Late September||Sweet-tart, juicy cross between Red Delicious and McIntosh|
|Ambrosia||Late September||Juicy, Honeyed Flavour|
|Golden Delicious||Late September||Crisp, mild, sweet|
|Jonagold||Late September||Crisp, juicy, sweet
|Red Delicious||Early October||Sweet, juicy
Please note that when varieties become ready, depending on popularity, we are typically picking them for about 3 weeks.
Apples don′t have fat, cholesterol or sodium, which may help maintain heart health and a healthy weight.
Apples contain small amounts of potassium, which may promote heart health and help maintain healthy blood pressure.
The skin of an apple can have 6 times more antioxidants than the flesh.
Apples do have lots of soluble and insoluble fiber. Fiber may help promote heart health and maintain regularity.
Apples and apple juice are two important foods contributing the mineral boron to the diet, which may promote bone health.
Apples contain a large amount of minerals and vitamins that can strengthen the blood.