Peach Picking & Farm Park

Pick Your Own Peaches 2016


Today we offer peach picking and lots of fun activities.  You may purchase your Farm Park Admission & Picking bags at the Country Store (big red building).

After purchasing your Farm Park Admission and a picking bag (1/4 peck = 4 lbs of peaches), you may pick and taste whatever peaches we are picking in the Orchard; but make sure that you keep your receipt.  Please show your picking bag receipt when you exit from the orchard.

Peaches2cropW620Please make sure that all the peaches you pick are put in your picking bag and not in backpacks, bags, strollers, etc.  They will be checked.

*Last ticket or picking bag sold is at 3:30pm.

**While Supplies Last**




Peach Picking Pricing is:

$15 a person (1/4 Peck Bag)

$20 a person (1/2 Peck Bag.)

*Everyone entering the orchard must pay for Peach Picking.

Peach Picking Package Includes:

  1. Bag for Peach Picking – per person
  2. FREE Tasting of the peaches while in the Orchard
  3. FREE Farm Park Admission

Don’t miss our Guide for Peaches!    Here you will learn all that you ever wanted to know about Peaches here at Apple Holler!

Farm Park Admission (no picking bag)

Weekday – $4/person
Weekend – $8/person


  • All Day Access to the Kids Corral Play Area including Cool Cow Maze, Music Garden, Corn Maze, Amish-Built Train, and Rainbow Play Structure
  • Golden Goat Bridge & Farm Animal to Visit
  • Bee Observation Exhibit & Tree Life Cycle Exhibit
  • Pedal Carts & Giant Slide
  • Many Photo Opportunities & Lots of Memories


  • Hand-led Pony Ride for Kids   10am – 4pm
  • Orchard Express Train Ride    10:30am, 11:30am,  12:30pm,  1:30pm,  2:30pm, 3:30pm
  • Mother Goose Puppet Show    11am,  1pm, 3pm


Thank you for visiting our family farm.  Have a Wonderful Fun-Filled Day!

Apple Holler’s Guide for Peaches

Apple Holler’s Guide for 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 peaches, you are in luck because we have our very own peach orchard that you can pick peaches from.

Peach treeOur Peach Growing History

Dave Flannery, 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.

The winter of 2013/2014 was a disappointing year for the peach crop at Apple Holler, due to the extremely bitter temperatures that we experienced.  There was not a single peach on any of the 500 peach trees; additionally, that season Dave lost about 50 peach trees from the temperatures that dipped as low as -20F.   That was the winter that many of us learned a new weather term “Polar Vortex”….. read more