All About Peaches - Apple Holler

All About Peaches

Peach Picking has ended for 2021

If you love peaches, but thought you would have to travel to Georgia to pick them, you are in luck because we have our very own peach orchard that you can pick these juicy fruits from.  

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Please note that picking conditions can change day by day, and even hour to hour, depending upon Mother Nature, weather conditions and customer traffic.

Apple Holler's Guide to Peaches

Did you know that apples are not the only fruit you can pick at Apple Holler? If you love peaches, but thought you would have to travel to Georgia to pick them, you are in luck because we have our very own peach orchard that you can pick these juicy fruits from.

Do you know the difference between Freestone, Semi Freestone, Clingstone?  No?  Check out Apple Holler’s Guide for Peaches to learn all about our peach varieties.

Our Peachy History

Dave, owner of Apple Holler has been growing peaches since he first started planting them in the spring of 2011.  Dave knew he was taking a chance with planting a peach crop but he did his due diligence when it came to research and found out that there were a few hearty peach trees that grow better in the North, and would be able to withstand our winter weather.

Have Questions?

We know that you have questions, and we hope that our FAQs and Guidelines will help. If you still
have questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 262-884-7100

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COVID SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 

In order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff while having an enjoyable time on the farm, Apple Holler has implemented the following procedures:

  1. Face Masks Recommended: Face masks are recommended, but not required when coming indoors at Apple Holler. 
  2. Vaccinations: Vaccinations are highly encouraged.
  3. Showing Symptoms? If you, someone in your party, or someone with whom you have recently come into contact with are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit our farm. Return home and follow the CDC guidelines.
  4. Keep Your Distance: Stay a minimum of 6 feet (preferably more) away from other visitors and staff at all times.
  5. Wash Your Hands Thoroughly When You Arrive: Please use hand sanitizer & hand washing stations (indoor & outdoor) upon arrival and often. We have dispensers placed for your convenience.

We are committed to keeping your family, our family, and our employees safe. There remains an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present and we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed. Regular sanitizing, access to sanitizer and handwashing, and daily health checks of our employees are just some of the precautions we are taking.

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