Go Apple Picking in the Glens Falls Region
New York State is second in the nation when it comes to apple production, and there's better place to experience the wholesome, family-friendly fall activity of u-pick apples than in the North Country.
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Where to Go Apple Picking
Below you'll find a list of orchards in the region that offer u-pick. Even in a normal year you should check details ahead of time with individual businesses with regard to hours and types of apples they're offering this season.
See our guide to different types of apples »
Find Glens Falls Region Apple Orchards
Hicks Orchard is the oldest U-pick orchard in New York State, having been established in 1905. In addition to apples, Hicks also offers cherries and blueberries. The property features an apple barn, a farm winery, and other activities.
Stop by McWhorter's Orchard in Argyle, NY during the fall for apple picking, pumpkins, cider donuts, a petting zoo, and more!
Saratoga Apple, Inc.
Open year round, Saratoga Apple is the place to go to pick your own apples or buy a variety of other farm products. The Darrows have been growing apples for five generations, using low-spray techniques and micronutrient fertilization.
Billy Bob's Orchard
Putnam Station, NY
Please note, Billy Bob's Orchard is unable to open for fall 2023, due to a late spring frost that destroyed their crop. Follow them on Facebook to keep updated, as they may put together a fall craft fair or some other special event this season.
Bowman Orchards invites you and your family to pick your own apples, pumpkins, and more at their farm and orchard in Rexford, NY. You'll also find tons of fun farm activities for the kids to enjoy during your visit.
Apple Hill Orchards
Apple Hill Orchards in Whitehall, NY is a family-friendly orchard that offers u-pick apple picking as well as pre-picked apples of all varieties. You can also pick out some carving pumpkins during the fall.
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