Pick Your Own Apples in Northeast Ohio

Pick Your Own Apples in Northeast Ohio
Many Thanks to Bauman Orchards for sponsoring the Apple Orchard’s Listing

One of our yearly fall traditions is to visit our local apple orchard to pick apples. To encourage you to make a trip this fall, here is a list of Northeast Ohio Apple Orchards.

Remember, if you know of any pick your own apple orchards not on the list or have feedback on an orchard listed, please leave a comment below or email me and I’ll get it added.

Please call the orchard to confirm availability before planning your trip. Phone numbers are listed below. In addition, some orchards many not accept credit/debit cards so remember to bring cash.

 

Featured Apple Orchards

Ashtabula County Apple Orchards

Kiraly’s Orchard
6030 South Ridge West, Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 969-1297
Enjoy picking your own apples in this apple orchard in Ashtabula, OH.  In addition to apples, they have other seasonal fruit including peaches, pears and pumpkins. Sweet cider is also available.

Smith’s Fruit Farm
6611 S. Ridge Rd. E, Geneva, OH 44041
(440) 466-2433
Apple Orchard in Geneva, OH.

 

Cuyahoga County Apple Orchards

Heavenly Hill Farm
18373 State Rd., North Royalton, OH 44133
(440) 537-3018
At this apple orchard in North Royalton, OH, pick-your-own or select from fresh-picked apples. Hayrides are available. Read a review of apple picking at Heavenly Hill Farm at Poise in Parma.

 

Geauga County Apple Orchards

Blue Jay Orchard
17909 Rapids Rd., Hiram, OH 44234
Click here to go to their website; (440) 834-4318
A pick-your-own apple orchard in Hiram, OH.
Hours: Open through December, Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-6pm, Sunday from 12pm-6pm. Closed on Monday.

Eddy Fruit Farm
12079 Caves Rd., Chesterland, OH 44026
Click here to go to their website; (440) 729-7842
A pick-your-own apple orchard in Chesterland; OH. The Eddy family still runs the farm after generations of devoted family members continue their friendly tradition.

Patterson Fruit Farm
8765 Mulberry Rd., Chesterland, OH 44026 
Click here to go to their website; (440) 729-9809
A pick-your-own apple orchard in Chesterland; OH. On Saturdays and Sundays, hop on a wagon and ride out to the orchards to pick as many as you like – just a few to eat or bushels to store for winter. During the week, you can pick your own apples as well, but you will be directed to the orchard where you will walk to the trees loaded with ripe apples. In addition, Patterson’s Farm also hosts an annual Fall Fun Fest
Farm Market Hours: Open daily from 9am-6pm
U-Pick: Mid-September through mid-October, but call for specific varieties and timing: (440) 729-1964.

Sunrise Farm Market
13115 Kinsman Rd., Burton, OH 44021
Click here to go to their website; (440) 834-1298
Apple season begins around Labor Day and continues throughout the month of October. Every weekend in October they host their Fall Festival, where you can enjoy hot apple fritters, spiced apple cider, fresh-made caramel apples, fall home decor, and Halloween decorations in the farm store. Their huge corn stalk maze is open every day in October.

 

Lorain County Apple Orchards

Hillcrest Orchards
50336 Telegraph Road, Amherst, OH 44001
Click here to go to their website; (440) 965-8884
Apple Orchard in Amherst, OH. Pick juicy and crunchy apples right off the tree! They also have a Corn Maze This four-acre maze makes it’s return this year with the “Great Railroad Adventure.”
Farm Market Hours: Daily from 10am-6pm
U-Pick Apples & Pumpkins: Weekends only from 10am-6pm (Pick your own apples will begin again Labor Day weekend 2015.)

Miller Orchards
8690 Vermilion Road, Amherst, OH 44001
Click here to go to their website; (440) 988-8405
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Amherst, OH. The Farm market also offers jams, jellies, local honey, cider, pumpkins, and Indian corn. Some Amish produce is available in season. Miller Orchards has been a family owned operation since the mid 1800’s.
Hours: Monday through Saturday from 9am-6pm, closed on Sunday

 

Medina County Apple Orchards

Bauman Orchards
161 Rittman Ave, Rittman, OH 44270
Click here to go to their website; (330) 925-6861
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Rittman, OH. We offer you the pick of the crop. We will provide containers & easy to reach dwarf apple trees. You-pick apples (if available) from September 8 through October 10, 2015. Their Fall Festival will be held September 19 & 26, and October 3 from 8am-5pm. Enjoy pony rides, a hay maze, petting zoo, wagon rides, live performances, and fall foods.
Hours: Open to the public from June through October, Monday through Saturday from 9am-5pm, Sunday from 1pm-5pm

Geig’s Orchard
8468 Wooster Pike, Seville, OH 44273
Click here to go to their website; (330) 769-3276
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Seville, OH. Geig’s own cannery, offers a variety of jams, pie fillings, and other homemade tasty treats. Stop in and try some of their products.

Hillside Orchard and Farm Market
2397 Center Rd., Hinckley, OH 44233
Click here to go to their website; (330) 225-4748
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Hinkley, OH. Walk the orchard during the month’s of September and October and fill a bushel or two with apples. In the Farm Market, find locally grown produce or items homemade with fresh ingredients. Enjoy their Fall Harvest Festival on the second weekend in October. Come out and enjoy a horse drawn hayride, BearCubs Playground, and our exciting and challenging Pumpkin Maze. You make your way to the maze by taking a hayride.

Pick N Save Orchard
1222 Ledge Rd., Medina, OH 44256
Click here to go to their website; (330) 239-1480
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Medina, OH. Weekends are a family favorite, hayrides and a horsedrawn carriage (call for an appointment for carriage rides). Shop an assortment of canned, baked and farm-made products. The store offers apple cider, jams, honey, maple syrup, pumpkins, as well as home-made crafts offered by local talent.
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday from 10am-4pm

Richardson Farms
6984 Lafayette Rd., Medina, OH 44256
Click here to go to their website; (330) 722-4029
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Medina, OH. Their greenhouse is stocked with locally-grown plant and herbs, and they grow vegetables and fruit for their stand. The orchard allows you to pick your own apples in the fall. Visitors can also visit the cows, chickens, turkeys and pigs!

 

Mahoning County Apple Orchards

Stahl’s Farm Market (North Benton Location)
10780 North Johnson Rd., North Benton, OH 44449
Click here to visit their website; (330) 584-2077
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Benton, OH. Their local stores offer a wide variety of homegrown seasonal produce including a full line of assorted high quality fruits and vegetables, as well as local favorites such as non-pasteurized cider, freshly baked breads, and assorted jams and jellies.
Hours: 10am-6pm
U-Pick Apples: Weekends, usually from the second weekend of September to the second weekend in October.

 

Portage County Apple Orchards

Monroe’s Orchard & Farm Market / Pioneer Trail Orchard
6313 Pioneer Trail, Hiram, OH 44234
Click here to go to their website; (330) 569-7464
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Hiram, OH. Apples are available from the middle of August until Christmas. Some varieties are available for pick-your-own. Visit on the last Saturday in September and the first two Saturdays in October to take part in their Apple Harvest Festivals, which include many FREE activities.

Stotler’s Orchard
4597 Laubert Rd., Randolph, OH 44201
Click here to visit their website; (330) 947-3373
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Randolph, OH. Stotler’s also offers a variety of jams, jellies, homemade donuts and apple pies, and sugar-free products.
Store Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm
U-Pick Hours: Saturday from 12-5pm and Sunday from 3-5pm

 

Stark County Apple Orchards

Arrowhead Orchard
11724 Lisbon St., Paris, OH 44669
Click here to visit their website; (330) 862-2733
Pick-your-own apples and family activities start September 12-13, 2015. Fall Family Fun Weekends include hay rides through the apple orchard and pumpkin patch, climbing and riding activities, and two different corn mazes – a 2-acre corn maze for children and adults, and a bean maze for younger children.
Orchard Market Hours (August-December): Monday through Saturday from 9am-6pm, and Sunday from 12-5pm
Apple Picking: September 12 through October 18, 2015. Saturday from 9am-5pm, and Sunday from 12-5pm.

 

Summit County Apple Orchards

Dunlap’s Orchards
1106 Apple Ridge Rd., Clinton, OH 44216
(330) 896-8650
Pick-your-own apples in Clinton, OH. Fresh-picked apples are also available. Apple Cider is available starting in mid-September.

Read about Our Trip to Pick Apples at Dunlap’s Orchard.

Kuner’s Fruit Farm
5424 South Arlington Rd., Green, OH 44216
Click here to visit their website; (330) 896-1391
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Green, OH. They also have apples, Award Winning Cider, Apple Butter, Honey and Plums.

 

Wayne County Apple Orchards

Bauman Orchards
161 Rittman Ave, Rittman, OH 44270
Click here to go to their website; (330) 925-6861
Pick-your-own apple orchard in Rittman, OH. We offer you the pick of the crop. We will provide containers & easy to reach dwarf apple trees. You-pick apples (if available) from September 8 through October 10, 2015. Their Fall Festival will be held September 19 & 26, and October 3 from 8am-5pm. Enjoy pony rides, a hay maze, petting zoo, wagon rides, live performances, and fall foods.
Hours: Open to the public from June through October, Monday through Saturday from 9am-5pm, Sunday from 1pm-5pm

Moreland Fruit Farm
1558 W. Moreland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691
Click here to visit their website; (330) 264-8735
Pick-your-own apples in Wooster, OH. Throughout the fall, their farm market is filled with mouthwatering fruits and vegetables as they come into season.
Orchard Hours: Open September and October, Monday through Friday from 9am-7pm and Saturday from 9am-4pm. Sunday from 1pm-5pm beginning mid-September.

Rittman Orchards & Farm Market
13548 Mount Eaton Rd. North, Doylestown, OH 44230
Click here to visit their website; (330) 925-4152
Pick Your Own Apples in Doyleston, OH. In addition to apples, the market offers fruits and vegetables, baked goods, and more. Read a Review of apple picking at Rittman Orchards at Best Bib & Tucker.
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-6pm, Sunday from 11am-5pm. The farm is closed on Mondays.

Remember, if you know of any pick your own apple orchards not on the list or have feedback on an orchard listed, please leave a comment below or email me and I’ll get it added.

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Comments

  1. Kalena says

    Our family visited Arrowhead Orchard in Paris, Ohio over the weekend. The admission is $5.00 for everyone over the age of 2. For the price of admission you get a hay ride, a childrens tractor/train ride, tricycles, corn maze, greenbean maze, hay bale climbing, playground, etc… They have pick your own apples, with the cost varying depending on the # of apples you pick. They have a store where you can purchase cider, apples, jellies, apple butter/pumpkin butter etc. This is definitely worth a trip for those living in Stark County and the surrounding areas. It was a fun time for everyone!

  2. Laurel says

    Kuner’s Apple Farms: NOT A FRIENDLY PLACE!!! There is this apple farm that I’ve been to a few times on South Arlington Rd. in Green. Last year the owner treated my rudely, but I just chalked it up to late menopause or something. I decided to go apple picking with all the kids today on my way home from a friend’s house quite close to there. Thought it would be fun and convenient. It was neither. After having to wait a long time before they came out to direct me to where to go, we had a fun time sampling and picking apples. BUT, when it came time to pay, I went to hand her my debit card, she glared at me like she had caught me red-handed stealing apples! I was confused until she opened her mouth, then I went into a state of shock. She raked my over the coals for DARING to come to her orchard without being prepared to pay. They only accepted cash or check and I was ignorant to assume that a small business would accept other forms of payment. I anxiously fiddled through my wallet and came up with $8 and change (and wondered if she had never heard of The Square or if she even owned a smart phone) and asked if I could at least buy the equivalent amount in apples. I was in disbelief that she could look any angrier with me…but apparently she had no trouble with that. “Of course not!! You picked them…you HAVE TO PAY FOR THEM, and you can’t leave until you do!!” “But how?” I stammered. Well there was this ATM almost 10 minutes away that she told me drive to and she would most begrudgingly hold my apples for me to get cash out. I just shook my head with her in disbelief. “You want me to drive 20 min. to get cash out?” Without giving me another moment’s consideration she half yelled/growled at the poor girl that worked for her, “Get those apples out of her car. If she’s not willing to pay, I don’t want to do business with the likes of her!” But I am willing I thought, as I choked back tears, but I just have $8 and she won’t even let me buy $8 worth.The confusion that came over my children’s faces as I was stripped of my apples and dignity was awful. “But why mommy? why wouldn’t the mean lady let us buy the apples that we work so hard to pick?” “I’m so sorry”, I choked as my body shook with sobs, “I don’t know”. Some people are just nasty, but she picked the wrong girl to be nasty to. I guess some people wouldn’t have even flinched and just laughed at the mean ol’ lady. I just can’t stand up under nasty. I felt so violated and diminished, I fought back sobs the whole drive home

    • says

      Laurel,

      Picking apples is such a wonderful fall activity and I’m so sorry you had a bad experience. We’ve never been to Kuner’s but know others that have and go back each year.

      We have been to Dunlap’s Orchard (right next to Kruner’s) numerous times. So if you do decide to go again you should try there. I’m not sure if they take credit/debit cards so I’m bring cash just to be safe.

      I’ll be sure to include a note at the top of this article encouraging people to bring cash as well. I’m sure some of the farms take credit/debit, but if not at least the note will help others remember.

      Again, I know I can’t change what happened, but I am sorry that you had a bad experience.

      Danielle

    • Lauren says

      While i do believe the lady should have been nicer, it is common sense to bring cash to any farmers market/pyo place. These farmers work hard to raise these plants and expect people to follow common practices. Hope your next PYO experience is better and always remember to bring cash! :)

  3. Rita says

    Bauman Orachard in Rittman is fantastic! http://www.baumanorchards.com. Their fall festival is great for kids, and very easy on the wallet. .50 all day hay rides, $1 cider and hot dog combo meal, and best of all great family time for apple picking! Live music, kettle corn, ect. Check it out!

    • Lisa says

      Thank you for sharing. Took my son last weekend after I read your comment. We had so much fun and it was easy on the wallet.

  4. says

    Thanks for the link to my Heavenly Hill Farm post!
    We actually stopped there on Friday to find we couldn’t pick apples ourselves. However, we did pick up an array of veggies and a peach pie that my husband really enjoyed. Here’s hoping we can go apple picking this summer again – we do love that farm…

    • Find Time for Fun says

      You’re Welcome! I couldn’t believe so many orchard’s were negatively impacted by the frost. Hopefully you’ll be able to do some apple picking again this year. We are planning to go next weekend.

      Danielle

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