Where To Pick Apples Near Saratoga
Apple orchards are spread all over upstate New York, especially around Saratoga County. From Empire to McIntosh to Golden Delicious, apple growers in this state work hard to produce an average of 29.5 million bushels every year.
Take the time during the height of picking season to visit one of the local Saratoga County orchards. Many offer u-pick, allowing you to choose your own apples straight from the trees. While you are there, grab some delicious produce, apple cider, cider doughnuts, and other special treats.
Please, as the apple picking season varies from year to year, call ahead and make sure that the orchard still has the apple variety you're looking for.
Not sure which apples to pick? See our simple and easy guide to which apple is right for you.
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Saratoga Area Apple Orchards:
We invite you to enjoy nature's beauty on ninety-eight tree-filled acres. Over 46 varieties of apples being grown with new ones each year. Most are available for your family to enjoy picking. We also have strawberries, pumpkins, pears, peaches & more
Devoe's Rainbow Orchard
Clifton Park, NY
Devoe's is a year-round country store specializing in fresh apples from their 40-acre, 15,000 bushel orchard. They also grow corn, tomatoes, winter squash and much more! Give an apple gift box this fall or enjoy the handmade baked goods.
Clifton Park, NY
Pick your own apples at Riverview Orchards, located in Clifton Park. In addition to the orchard, the property features a well-stocked country store.
Saratoga Apple, Inc.
Open all year, Saratoga Apple is the place to go to pick your own apples, or get a variety of other farm products. The Darrows have been growing apples for five generations, using low-spray techniques and micronutrient fertilization.
Goold Orchards, Inc.
Goold Orchards features U-pick apples and pumpkins, a farm store with freshly baked treats, and they offer school tours.
Borden's is a seventh generation family-owned orchard and dairy farm, selling products at Hanniford, Shop-N-Save and the Washington County Fair. Borden's grows over 25 different kinds of apples. Try the apple cider and doughnuts, too!
Lindsey's Idyllwood Orchard
Lindsey's Idyllwood Orchard was the first U-pick orchard in the area, having been established in 1971. They offer over 40 varieties of apples throughout the season along with farm-grown vegetables.
Knight Orchard of Saratoga
Burnt Hills, NY
Family-owned since 1907, Knight Orchards offers apples, pears, fresh-pressed cider, local maple syrup and honey, homemade pies, and tea breads.