Peach Picking Near Me – who doesn’t love a freshly picked peach?
Depending on which farm grows which varieties and where in the country you are, you can typically pick peaches from May right through to September. We are adding more states all the time, so scroll down if you don’t see yours straight away.
Have a look at some great places to pick your own peaches near you.
18901 Peach Tree Rd, Dickerson, MD 20842
Lewis Orchards are a family-owned business that “has been a treasured part of Montgomery County, Maryland life since 1888. Robert and Linda Lewis are the fourth generation to own and operate Lewis Orchards Farm Market at the intersection of MD State Route 28 (Darnestown Road) and Peach Tree Road.”
They grow Peaches, plums and apricots in the summer, and pumpkins and apples in the fall. Varieties of apples include:
- Honey Crisp
- Pink Lady
15604 Sugarland Rd, Poolesville, MD 20837
Homestead Farm offer many different fruits for pick-your-own. The season starts in mid-June with tart cherries, then continues in late June with blueberries. Their peach season usually starts in early-July and goes into late-August and they grow both yellow and white peaches. Different varieties ripen at different times in the season.
Thornless blackberry season usually starts in early/mid-July and goes into mid/late August. Apple picking from late-August into late- October. Finally you can pick pumpkins from late September until Halloween.
They also have a petting zoo and sell local honey.
3212 Snake Ln, Churchville, MD 21028
There is so much more on offer at Lohr’s Orchard than just pick you own. Be sire to check out the shop and taste the fresh pressed cider while you are there!
“Located in Harford County, Maryland, Lohr’s Orchard is a family owned and operated farm. Come visit us and enjoy family fun, fresh produce, fresh baked pies, locally, fresh pressed cider (when in season) and other locally sourced items!
During the fruit and vegetable season, Lohr’s has both a “pick-your-own” and a retail farm stand operation. Our retail store is open daily July through January. Our farm stand is open daily during our October fall events.”
Pick your own fruits include strawberries, peaches, cherries, pumpkins and apples.
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9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell JCT, NY 12533
At Fishkill Farm, they take their responsibility to sustainable and ethical farming very seriously.
“At Fishkill we grow food in harmony with nature. We are confident that even with New York climate challenges, we can cultivate good produce that’s nutritious for both us and the land. We pledge to improve our growing methods each season and to support our community as much as our soil supports our crops…The season culminates in the fall with more than a dozen classic NY apples varieties to pick from.”
Fishkill offers a wide variety of apples for picking. In early October you will find popular classics like Golden and Red Delicious, as well as possibly lesser-known Jonagold and Idareds. Interestingly when picked, the apples are covered with a fine, pale substance. This is Kaolin Clay and it is there to help protect the fruit from insects. Worry not – it is nontoxic and cleans off easily.
The Pick-Your-Own season kicks off in early June with strawberries and ever-so-sweet sugar snap peas. July brings sweet and sour cherries as well as our certified organic raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. Late July and August mark the harvest of juicy, tree-ripened peaches and nectarines as well as an extensive variety of heirloom tomatoes and eggplants.
The season culminates in the fall with more than a dozen classic NY apples, heirloom varieties, and pumpkin-picking. The spectacular views, lovely fall weather, and the satisfaction of picking your own organic, sustainably grown fruits and vegetables combine for great family-friendly fun.”
812 Sound Ave, Calverton, NY 11933
Lewin Farms is a family farm now in the fourth generation. “We were the first pick your own farm on Long Island and are continuing that long tradition with a wide variety of u-pick fields throughout the spring summer and fall. We also continue into the winter with our cut your own Christmas trees at our baiting hollow nursery. Over the years our crop offerings have become more and more numerous and diversified to cater to the wants of our customers. We hope you and your family plan a trip out to visit our families farm in the near future.
Strawberries : Late May-June
Raspberries: Late June through early September
Blueberries : Late June – mid-August
Blackberries : Late July – Late August
Peaches : Mid July – Mid September
Apples : Late Aug/September – Into November
Pumpkins/Gourds : mid/late September – Late October
- Christmas Trees. Cut your own
Windy Acre Farm
3810 Middle Country Rd, Calverton, NY 11933
Windy Acre Farm have lots of upick fruit at various times throughout the year (check their Facebook for what is current) it includes:
- white peaches
- yellow peaches
- sour cherries (on the farmstand, not upick)
They also have sunflowers for you to cut and a corn maze in the Fall.
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5575 Zenith Mill Rd, Fort Valley, GA 31030
At Pearson Farm they have over a century of peach growing experience!
“For more than 135 years, the land we know as Pearson Farm has supported the growth of authentic Georgia-grown peaches and pecans as well as the growth of the five generations of family that pioneered it. The core elements remain the same today – good soil, hard work, honest dealings, family and faith.
Our hope and heart from the very beginning has always been to share the bounty the farm provided – peaches, pecans, and wonderful things made in the kitchen – and that remains our passion today. We are blessed with a strong family, happy to have visitors, honored to have friends, and committed to providing things in good measure.
We wholeheartedly invite you to visit us when you get the chance. We’d love to meet you with a warm, southern welcome and send you home with the best peaches and pecans from our backyard.
From June until early August, we proudly ship our fresh Georgia peaches all over the continental United States.* Handpicked straight from our orchards, these sweet peaches are a summertime delight. Clingstone peaches are available at the beginning of peach season in early June, while Freestone and Prince peaches will be harvested beginning mid-June through the end of the season. ”
Sweets Berry Farm
3800 Davis Academy Rd, Rutledge, GA 30663
Sweets Berry Farm is easy to find and offers a fun day out in the country for all the family.
“Our 15 acre farm is between Covington and Madison on Interstate-20. If you enjoy the great taste of sun ripened fruits and berries, picking with friends and being in the countryside, then pay us a visit. The difference between our fresh picked fruits and ‘ripened in the back of a truck or warehouse’ will keep you coming back! At Sweets Berry Farm, we plant many varieties of each type of fruit and berry, allowing us to have early, mid, and late season picking. Taste-test and choose the varieties that you like best!”
5634 Concord Rd, Concord, GA 30206
Gregg Farms in Georgia is a modest Upick Orchard, dedicated to growing and producing the best peaches they can, for you to pick and enjoy!
“Gregg Farms began selling peaches to public in the early 1970’s. John and Patsy Gregg started the U-Pick~We-Pick Farm with the help of their two sons Lee and Brad.
The orchard has been going strong for well over 40 years….it’s had it’s tough times with late frosts, but the good seasons still came after those years. John and Patsy did a tremendous job making the peach business a success, and now Patsy and her sons keep the operation growing. They have grown by adding many seasonal vegetables and fruits to the original peach stand. Now blueberries, blackberries, nectarines, watermelons, tomatoes, silver queen sweet corn and many varieties of peas are available along with the delicious peaches.
The greatest addition to the peach stand is the homemade peach ice cream!! Started back in 2006 the ice cream has been a fantastic hit!! People drive near and far for our delicious ice cream!”
Southern Grace Farms
3131 Vickers Church Rd, Enigma, GA 31749
The Upick fruit opportunities at Southern Grace Farms are excellent but the fun activities for a day on the farm don’t end there – read on to find out all the wonderful family friendly things there are to do!
“Visit our u-pick farm in South Georgia and pick a gallon of fresh Georgia Grown strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, nectarines, or plums. Let the kids play on our unique, re-purposed farm tire playground, browse our country store filled with Georgia Grown Goodies and Southern apparel & gifts, and sit on the porch enjoying a cup of our deliciously addictive homemade strawberry ice cream! We schedule field trips to our South Georgia farm in the spring and host birthday parties year round.
Since our farm is located in South Georgia, our Peach crop is very weather dependent. If we have a very warm winter, then we don’t have a good peach crop because the peach trees need a certain amount of chill hours to go through a dormant state. When we have normal temperatures, and make a good amount of fruit, we open our orchards for U-Pick and we have already picked Peaches available in our Country Store. We grow several different varieties that are early, normal, and late bloomers in the hopes of having a longer picking season. Since they all have different chill hour requirements, sometimes one variety has a better/heavier crop than another. Peaches are not like strawberries in that they will not just keep on blooming and producing to make a long season. Once all the peaches are picked the tree is done for the season. All seasons are weather dependent on our farm so be sure to check here, our facebook page, or call ahead to find out what’s available!”
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Bacchini’s Fruit Tree
2010 Walnut Blvd, Brentwood, CA 94513
Bacchini’s Fruit Tree is a “family operated Picked and U-Pick fruit stand. We are located in beautiful Brentwood, California. Just 60 miles east of San Francisco. Growing premium quality fruits since 1945. Each year we are open during May & June to offer our fresh fruit, grown in our orchard!”
They have u-pick White Peaches, Kiowa Blackberries, Sweet Cherries, White Rainier cherries, Olallieberries, Pluots, Santa Rosa Plum, White Nectarines, Apricots, Loquats, Raw Honey and Walnuts.
4620 M-88, Central Lake, MI 49622
At King Orchards they warmly welcome all the family to enjoy day in the fields picking apples.
“We are a family of farmers. We tend the land together, we run our business with the support of each other and we wholeheartedly welcome visitors to our farm, treating them as part of the family. We love sharing the abundance (and joy!) of our harvest with our customers. We take pride in getting our hands dirty and seeing the smiles that result.
Michigan apples are world-famous for flavor and appearance. Our philosophy is to produce the highest quality fruit possible by focusing on a few select varieties that do especially well in this region.
We actively grow over 140 acres of Montmorency tart cherries, in addition to Balaton cherries, black sweet cherries, apples, peaches, pears, apricots, plums, and nectarines.”
Snappy Apples Farms
961 Newaygo Rd, Casnovia, MI 49318
At Snappy Apple Farms, in addition to an abundance of apples, you can also browse their fully laden farm shop and enjoy all the delicious produce and sweet treats available!
“Snappy Apple has been satisfying customers over 60 years. We proudly offer homegrown peaches and over 15 varieties of crisp, juicy apples. Snappy Apple features all Michigan grown produce and products. We have home grown apples and peaches. Snappy Apple is known for their delicious cider slushies and our large homemade caramel apples are a local favorite. We have honey, jam, maple syrup, popcorn, picked asparagus along with a variety of pumpkins, gourds, mini and decorative pumpkins. ”
And don’t miss their magnificent sunflower field!
5340 Cornelia Hwy, Alto GA 30530
The ethos at Jaemor Farms is about family values, through and through.
“Tucked into the foothills of the north Georgia countryside, Jaemor Farms was established on family values and hard work that has been passed down for six generations in the Echols family. In 2002, we began to diversify the crops grown on the farm to beyond just peaches and apples.
Now our customers can enjoy homegrown strawberries, blackberries, muscadines, scuppernongs, Concord grapes, watermelon, squash, tomatoes, peaches zucchini, pumpkins and more during our harvest season. In 2006, we opened our first corn maze and began to participate in the state’s agritourism industry. Today, on average, Jaemor sees more than a million customers annually and we are happy to host each and everyone one of them to let them taste the difference family makes.
One of the most cultivated and well-known crops throughout written history, the apple is still a firm favorite. During apple season Jaemor Farms specializes in east coast apples. While we grow Ginger Gold and Arkansas Black apples at the farm and harvest in late September/Early October, due to our working relationships with other farms we are able to bring in fresh Gala, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Honeycrisp, Fuji, Winesap, Mutsu, Red Rome, among other varieties each fall when in season. We ensure that, even in our off season, we have a fresh supply of tasty apples available.”
Stribling Orchard – Peach Picking in VA
11587 POVERTY HOLLOW LANE MARKHAM, VIRGINIA 22643
At Striblings Farm they are an absolute authority of fruit growing, having been learning their trade for over 200 years!
“We are a family-run pick your own orchard. We are the sixth generation of Striblings to farm this land, and we are proud of the fruit our family has grown for the last 200 years. Our apples are available from mid-August through early November. Beginning in September, we offer fresh cider and all sizes and shapes of pumpkins.
Come and enjoy a day in the country at our orchard. Relax, bring a picnic, and enjoy our breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Come see our historic buildings, visit our many farm animals, and pick some of Virginia’s finest fruit.
We have the following varieties of apples: McIntosh, Jonathan, Rambo Smokehouse, Mutsu Crispin, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Grimes Golden, Ida Red, and Cox Pippin.
From July to November we feature apples, peaches, pumpkins, cider, and fresh baked breads and pies.”
Mackintosh Fruit Farm
1608 Russell Rd, Berryville, VA
Mackintosh Fruit Farm is located in the very aptly named and beautiful town of Berryville , Mackintosh. Mackintosh Fruit Farm is a family-owned PYO farm nestled in the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley in Clarke County, VA. They produce is first-rate fruit and the pick-your-own crops are well known as some of the best throughout the area. Their assortment of fruit selections allows their PYO customers early, mid, and late-season varieties. Strawberry picking season usually begins in May.
“Our goal for Mackintosh Fruit Farm was to find fruit varieties that have amazing flavor and texture and grow them on dwarf trees that can be picked easily from the ground. We combined our favorite varieties with size controlling rootstocks. This is done by grafting selected varieties on a root system that will allow us to plant a tree that is smaller when mature, easier to pick, and is known for producing larger tastier fruit.”
Apples, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, peaches, cherries, blackberries, local honey and pumpkins available when in season.
226 Tobacco Row Ln, Monroe, VA 24574
“Morris Orchard is a family owned and operated farm. We are located at the foot of High Peak Mountain in Monroe Virginia. Our goal is to provide the freshest and highest quality produce possible as well as good times for all who visit. When you visit Morris Orchard you will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the small farm atmosphere. We grow Apples, Peaches, Blueberries, Blackberries, and press Apple Cider.” With 17 varieties of apples, in season at different times through fall, you can be sure to enjoy some different tastes and flavors each time you visit!
And… if you love cider “Each year our focus on pressing high quality apple cider starts when the trees bloom in the spring and continues through harvest and into pressing, blending, and bottling our cider. There are no additives or preservatives, the only ingredient is apples. Over time we have become known for our signature blend of tart and sweet apple varieties.
Morris Orchard Apple Cider can be found at many farm markets, and shops through the area”.
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Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm
461 Cornwall Bridge Rd, Sharon, CT 06069
There is so much to see, do and try at Ellsworth Hill Orchard that a day spent there will delight the whole family.
“Pick Your Own Fruits & Berries
We call our land Mother Nature’s Candy Store for all the wonderful crops that she produces. We are dedicated in growing the highest quality fruits and vegetables from a tree or bush to your table. All crops and their productivity rely on Mother Nature’s weather so day and hours of picking are subject to change!”
Peaches are full of flavor and as juicy as can be! Early in the season are called “cling-stone”, meaning that the sweet flesh of the peach clings to the pit or stone. “Free-stone” peaches are available mid to late season. Cut in half around the center not at the seam. Twist detaching the pit from the flesh. Come try our unique, “Saturn” white peach also know as the “Donut” peach. One of our sweetest!
Available mid July through mid August. Fresh picked peaches are also available in our farm store Saturday and Sunday, and pre-picked at our farm stand Monday through Friday.”
Easy Pickins Orchard
4805, 46 Bailey Rd, Enfield, CT 06082
You can look forward to the warmest of welcomes at Easy Pickin’s Orchard!
“Easy Pickin’s Orchard is a pick-your-own farm in Enfield, CT. Since opening in 1992, we’ve expanded “what we grow” to include tree fruit, berries, vegetables, herbs & flowers. We aim to provide good, fresh produce to our customers, who enjoy, appreciate and support local agriculture — what we grow and how we grow it. In addition to “pick-your-own,” we sell our produce at the farm and at several farmers’ markets, summer & winter. In apple-picking season, we have special activities; all season long we welcome visitors of all ages to enjoy grocery shopping outdoors: fresh produce in the fresh air. Know your food and where it comes from; know your farmer; keep it local. We’ll see you here, where the pickin’ is easy!
We’re on the northern fringe of peach-growing country; our cold winters and harsh early springs sometimes damage our peach buds so we lose part or all of our crop. But we still grow peaches because they’re just so good when we do get them. Sweet, juicy, flavorful — there’s nothing like a peach (or peach shortcake !) on a warm summer day.
We grow 7 varieties of peaches, which ripen throughout August.
* Our 4 yellow peach varieties, in order of ripening: Garnet Beauty, New Haven, Salem, & Ernie’s Choice.
* Our 3 white peach varieties: Earli-Redfire, Raritan Rose, & White Hale.
We are also experimenting with nectarines — just as delicate and temperamental as peaches, but when we have them you’ll love them, too !”
Scott’s Yankee Farmer
436 Boston Post Rd, East Lyme, CT 06333
For over a century the Scott family has owned and operated Scott’s Yankee Farmer. “Farming on over 100 acres of land we are currently located on Boston Post road in Eact Lyme, CT. While visiting our farm can meet the owners Tom and Karen Scott along with their youngest son and daughter Colin Scott and Allison Schmidt.
Tom and Karen have four children and six grandchildren. The family has made many improvements over the years! A greenhouse has been added to sell plants in the spring and pumpkins in the fall. A cider mill has also been installed, complete with glass windows so the public can watch the cider be pressed from apples grown in our orchard. We can’t forget about the donut room! If you visit our farm from June through December this is where our apple cinnamon donuts are made. People from all over come for our donuts, but that’s not all there is! Tom and Karen have put many years in to growing a wide variety of fruits and vegetables for both Pick-Your-Own and the store.” Pick your own products include:
- CUT FLOWERS
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187 Garren Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28792
“The Justus family has been growing apples for over 100 years, we love what we do and invite you to visit our apple orchard in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina. Enjoy a day in the country with your family, picking apples from our dwarf-size apple trees, bring your lunch and enjoy eating it at our new picnic area while you take in the beautiful views surrounding our apple orchard.
We offer apple orchard tours for families, church groups and other groups featuring quality apples and a great time for all. You can pick your own apples, or we can pick them for you, but whichever way you like it you’re sure to find the variety of apple you love. Make sure while you are here you visit our bakery for your favorite dessert. We look forward to seeing you soon!”
You can pick your own peaches at Justus Orchards.
Knob Creek Orchard – for Peach Picking NC
6471 Fallston Rd, Lawndale, NC 28090
At Knob Creek they love everything apples and offer an extensive range of delicious apple based products in their farm shop.
“Knob Creek Orchards has been family owned and operated since 1958. We started as a small apple and peach business on the Cleveland-Lincoln county line and have grown to sell strawberries, blackberries, and homemade ice cream.
At Knob Creek Orchards we grow a wide variety of fruit. We open up in the spring each year with strawberries. In summer you will find peaches and blackberries. The fall of the year brings us to a close with many varieties of apples. Be sure to experience the joys of Knob Creek Orchards at every season. We begin harvesting apples in late August through December, so you will have plenty of time to make multiple trips to Knob Creek to experience many types of apples.
Here at Knob Creek, we’ve been growing peaches since the 1970’s. We’ve had over forty years of experience with peaches, so we pride ourselves in only growing the best peaches we can. We grow peaches specific to the needs of our customers whether it be for eating, canning, freezing. White or yellow, cling or free, we’ve got a peach to fit your taste buds. Not too keen on the fuzz? We also grow white and yellow nectarines to satisfy all those nectarine cravings. Stop by and grab a peck of peaches and a delicious cone of homemade peach ice cream that is made straight from our peaches.”
7415 NC-16, Taylorsville, NC 28681
Sugarloaf Orchards is a modest, family affair, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy some organic, outdoor farm life experiences whilst fruit picking at being at one with nature.
“We are a 5th generation family owned and operated orchard. We grow top quality Apples, Peaches, Asian Pears, Cherries, and Plums.
Sugarloaf Orchard is located in the Brushy Mountains of NC, a region known for its quality apple production. The farm was started in the 1800’s by Isaiah Lowe. Bobby and Bryant Lowe opened Sugarloaf Apple House in 1971 and continue to run it today, with the help of Bobby’s son Ryan Lowe, who handles all the orchard operations.”
With over 20 varieties of apples available at different times of the season, you can experiment with new flavors!
In addition to the apples, they offer much more farm produce!
“We have a wide selection of Amish made Jams from the Dutch Kettle in Hamptonville, NC. We have honey (local when available), molasses, pickled eggs, sauerkraut, pickles beets, and many more canned items. We carry Foothills Country Ham and Cheeses from Jonesville, NC. We sell corn meal, grits, and pancake mix from Linneys Water Mill right here in Alexander County. We also have many varieties of dry beans and happy home flavorings.”
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91 Wemrock Rd, Freehold, NJ 07728
Battleview Orchards is a “family owned and operated farm, located in Freehold, New Jersey, harvests locally grown fruits and invites the public to “Pick Your Own” New Jersey Strawberries, Sour Cherries, New Jersey Peaches, Nectarines, New Jersey Apples, and Pumpkins. Battleview Orchards is the oldest Pick Your Own orchard in New Jersey!
The Country Store is open all year. It features our own Fresh Pressed Cider and our famous Apple Cider Donuts, along with quality fresh fruits and vegetables. The Country Store has a full line of freshly baked pies, breads and baked goods. Fruit and Vegetable Platters, Gift Baskets, and a large variety of gourmet items are available. Try our family recipes or join us at one of our Seasonal Events.”
The approximate dates (check with Battleview before you travel) for peach picking are:
EARLY VARIETIES Approximate Dates – July 7th through July 23rd
MID-SEASON VARIETIES Approximate Dates – July 21st through August 4th
LATE SEASON VARIETIES Approximate Dates – August 4th through September 12th
244 Werimus Rd, Hillsdale, NJ 07642
Demarest Farms was “founded in 1886 and has since been a staple within the Bergen County Community. Offering a variety of activities, including peach picking, apple picking, and pumpkin picking, the farm is the perfect spot for family-fun. The farm market offers plants, produce, fresh baked goods, and more for all of its guests to enjoy!”
Peach picking starts at Demarest in early July.
Make sure to stop by Demarest Farms this July for Pick Your Own Peaches! The best spot for peach picking, Demarest Farms has great peach varieties to choose from!”
1 Alstede Farms Ln, Chester, NJ 07930
Alstede Farms “is an ever-changing invitation to enjoy the best earth has to offer. Each season brings new fun for your family and new flavors to your table. And that’s why every visit to Alstede Farms is a discovery. We wish to make all of your visits to Alstede Farms memorable. Whether you stop in for a fresh, juicy peach, visit our friendly farm animals with your grandchildren, or simply seek quiet solace and escape from the rat race by visiting our farm; we are dedicated to operating a family farm that contributes to your quality of life. Stop in and experience the warmth that our family brings to Alstede Farms.
Alsteded Farms do peach picking. Peaches are a wonderful sign of summer. Their bright succulent flesh and sweet and delicate aroma make it the perfect fruit to enjoy freshly picked. When you first bite into our juicy peaches your senses will awaken. As juice dribbles down your chin and you begin to enjoy the fruit, you realize all the flavors of summer! What a wonderful feeling enjoying a freshly picked peach from our farm.”
AIRAYA U-Pick Farm
25221 Marsh Creek Rd, Brentwood, CA 94513
Airaya U-Pick Farm have “new varieties of white peaches, yellow peaches, white and yellow nectarines, asian pears and cherry trees as well as more Apricot trees. We hope you will stop by to try some of our new varieties and look forward to seeing you.”
25221 Marsh Creek Rd, Brentwood, CA 94513
McKinney Farms is a small, family-owned farm, located in Brentwood, California. “The McKinney family has been farming in California for four generations. If you are interested in picking delicious peaches, nectarines, and apricots, then come to “A Peachy Place,” farm #28 on the Harvest Time map. Our season typically runs from late May through early August.”
Pomeroy Farm Brentwood
1600 Eureka Ave, Brentwood, CA 94513
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