Picking Information

Picking Your Own Fruit at Apple Holler

Pick your own apples in our 74 acre orchard, which contains more than 30,000 select dwarf apple trees in thirty varieties, specially cultivated so you won’t need a ladder to go apple picking.

Apple picking season begins in August and runs through early November…see the Picking Calendar for the best picking dates for your favorite varieties.

Apple Picking jonathan applesWe’re not only about apples!

Starting in July enjoy pick-your-own peaches. For additional fruit variety beginning in early fall, try our pears. During the Autumn months, Apple Holler has pumpkins available for the pickin’ in late September and October.

Folks of all ages can experience the fun of pick-your-own! When it comes to fresh fruit, there is no substitute for picking it yourself in our beautiful orchard. Come give us a taste!

Come enjoy our wonderful Farm Park where you can visit the animals, enjoy a pony ride, Slide down the Giant Slide, ride the Kid’s Korral Train and More!

Learn more about picking your own fruit at Apple Holler with these Blog Articles:

Apple Holler’s Guide to Apple Picking
Ever wonder how to pick the perfect apple?  Apple Holler’s Guide to Apple Picking will tell you all that you need to know.  For 30 years Apple Holler has cultivated the juiciest, tastiest apples around.  But there is more to the experience than just buying apples.  Each year we invite you and your family to come spend a day at the farm picking apples and ….. read 

How We Grow Healthy Apples
Many have asked – How Do We Grow Healthy Apples? So how do we make sure we grow the healthiest apples possible? We grow our apples with an earth-friendly method called… Read more

What’s Better Than Honey Crisp Apples?
Honeycrisp apples are coming early this year!  Newly developed Premier Honeycrisp apples are specifically developed to ripen a full 21 days earlier than the standard Honeycrisp (which is ready Mid-September).….. read more

What you need to know about Pristine and Sansa Apples!

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