PYO Apples

Pick Your Own Apples in Western MA

Apples, one of the earliest (and most delicious) signs of fall, have been an important part of New England agriculture for centuries. McIntosh apples are undeniably the most iconic of New England’s apples, and make up over two thirds of the regions apple crop! Macs and countless other delicious and fascinating varieties of apples are grown at orchards across western Massachusetts, and families can enjoy this year’s fantastic apple crop by visiting an orchard to pick or purchase a bushel.

Participate in the tradition of apple-picking and support local agriculture! Check out these orchards and farms in Western Massachusetts for Pick Your Own Apples! 

Park Hill Orchard – Easthampton, MA
www.parkhillorchard.com

Outlook Farm – Westhampton, MA
www.outlookfarm.com

Bear Swamp Orchard & Cidery – Ashfield, MA
www.bearswamporchard.com

Quonquont Farm – Whately, MA
quonquont.com

Clarkdale Fruit Farms – Deerfield, MA
www.clarkdalefruitfarms.com

Bashista Orchards – Southampton, MA
www.gotcider.net


Excerpt from Learning Ahead: Cultural Itinerary for Western Massachusetts (Seasons: Sept/Oct), a downloadable bimonthly publication produced by Hilltown Families that sheds light on embedded learning opportunities found in cultural resources that exist within the geography, history, and cultural traditions of Western Massachusetts.

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2 Comments

  1. September 22, 2016 at 9:14 am

    Thanks for adding them to our list, King Family!

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  2. King Family said,

    September 22, 2016 at 9:03 am

    Our family loves to go apple picking at Apex Orchard in Shelburne Falls. However, we did not see them on your list.

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