Massachusetts Orchards- Western Region
Apple orchards in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties
Central Massachusetts Orchards (Worcester county)
Eastern Massachusetts Orchards
1150 West Street, Amherst, Hampshire county
Junction of Rt. 116 and Bay Road, South Amherst.
Nestled in an old country orchard against the scenic Holyoke Mountain Range in the historic Pioneer Valley where the Atkins Family has been growing apples for over 100 years.
Apples: McIntosh, Cortland, Delicious, Empire, Macoun, Spencer, Spy and Mutsu
Open: Daily 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(Fall & Winter hours)
In season call for
picking conditions. Fun for the whole family.
visit Atkins Farms website
575 Swamp Road, Richmond, MA 01254
Apples: Paula Reds,
Cortland , Northern Spy, Red Delicious, Mutsu, Ida Red, Empire, McIntosh.
Open: 8-5:30 everyday.
Baked goods as well
160 East Street, Southampton, MA 01073
Phone: (413) 527-9091
for jams or frozen cider call 527-0128
for the season; will re-open in
Baxter's Echo Hill Orchards
101 Wilbraham Road, Monson, Hampden county
From Monson Center- West on High Street and Wilbraham
Road toward Hampden and Wilbraham.
Open: daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m..
Apples, pears, peaches,
plums. Families welcome. tractor/trailer rides on weekends.
Fresh donuts, jams and pies. Lovely gift store.
School and other groups by appointment.
Bilton's Mountainside Orchard
46 Somers Road, Southampton, Hampshire county
Directions: Center of East Longmeadow to Meadowbrook Road
to Mill Road to Somers Road. Call for hours and directions.
Clark Brothers Orchards
Apple Valley Road, Ashfield, MA 01330
Phone: (413) 625-2785 or (413) 625-2492
Furnace Brook Winery
Formerly Hilltop Orchards
Canaan Road, Richmond, MA 01254
Phone: (413) 698-3301
Open: General hours wed-sun 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Specializing in apple wine, hard cider, and varietal grape wines.
Free hay rides Sept - Oct. Fri.-Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Bakery has cider, donuts, pies, breads, etc.
Visit us online: www.hilltoporchards.com
Noel E. Brown & Sons
443 North West Street, Feeding Hills, Hampden county
Phone: (413)-786-0495; Call for picking conditions and times.
Directions: From I-91 in Springfield take Exit 3, Rt. 57
West. One mile past Feeding Hills Center turn right.
200 Bay Road, Amherst, Hampshire county
Phone: (413)-253-3688; Call for picking conditions.
Directions: Turn east off Rt. 116. Second house on left.
Open: daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Clarkdale Fruit Farms
Upper Road, Deerfield, Franklin county
Directions: From I-91/ Rt. 2 rotary in Greenfield, 2 miles
south via Newton, Fairview and Munson Streets. Signs at intersections.
Open: daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. for pick your own, seasonally September 10-October 10.
For everything else, 8-6 everyday, after time change 8am-5pm; Season
begins Aug-christmas. Containers supplied.
Apples: Dutchess of Oldenburg, Jersey Mac, Gravenstein, Paula Red,
Gingergold, Redfree, Macs, Macoun, Cortland, old varieties, Northern Spy,
Baldwin, Suncrisp, and Gala.
Farm Stand is on 303 Upper Road. We also have 10 varieties of pears, 40 peach
varieties, 10 plum varieites, and grapes, all seasonal. Children welcome with parents.
Cooks Farm Orchard
Haynes Hill Road, Brimfield, Hampden county
Directions: Route 20 West to Brimfield Center stop light.
1/2 mile South on Rt. 19. Follow signs.
Open: daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m. from Labor Day to Columbus
Day. Children welcome.
Containers provided. Free weekend trailer ride. Homebaked goods and farm
New Ludlow Road & South Street, Granby, Hampshire county
Phone: (413)-467-3715; Call for picking conditions.
Directions: Two miles east of junction of Rt. 33 and New
Open: daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. from Labor Day to Columbus Day. Containers provided.
Children allowed with supervision.
265 Millers Falls Road,Rt 63
Northfield, Franklin county
Open: Wednesday - Sunday 10am-6pm.
Greenwood Farm is a small, family operated apple orchard with a cider house that produces and sells it's own unusual and distinctive apple products. The orchard has over 30 apple varieties that include many for crisp and flavorful in-hand eating, tart and astringent apples for pies and cooking, the best early American and English cider apples, and apples that have been the favorites for old fashioned apple butter and sauce.
Apples: MacIntosh, Cox Orange Pippin, Jonathan, Jonagold, Macoun, Ribston Pippin, Cortland, Empire, Rhode Island Greening, Spitzenburg, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Baldwin, Roxbury Russet, King David, Northern Spy, Golden Russet, Newtown Pippin, Rome Beauty, York Imperial, Arkansas Black, Winesap, Calville Blanc.
Visit us online at our Greenwood Farm website
22 West Street, New Salem, Franklin county
Just off Rt. 202, near northern end of Quabbin
Reservoir. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for picking conditions.
508 Canaan Rd
Richmond, Massachusetts 01254
Open: 9 - 6 Friday, Saturday, Sunday; August - October; Call for times during rest of year
Directions: Located on Mass Rt 295, between Rt 22 (NY) and Rt 41 (Mass), just 10 minutes from Tanglewood. From the Mass Pike, the Orchard is 8 miles North -- take Exit 1 to Rt 41N to Rt 295W. From NY Thruway the orchard is 5 miles north -- take Exit B3 to Rt 22N to Rt295E. There are detailed recorded directions from local Berkshire towns available by calling the orchard or visiting the Hilltop Orchards website.
Description: Hilltop Orchards offers the most extensive pick-your-own apple program in Berkshire County. Beginning in late August with Lodi and Jersey Mac varieties, the pick-your-own season extends to Columbus Day weekend. Always call for specific varietal availability. Free tractor hay rides on the weekends.
Hilltop is the largest producer of fresh apple cider in Berkshire County. All cider is flash pasteurized, and is bottled with no preservatives.
Furnace Brook Winery is located at Hilltop Orchards, specializing in apple "cidre" in the Normandy style, as well as a range of Northeast varietal wines: Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Sparkling Blanc de Blancs. Home of the original Johnny Mash American Hard Cider.
Celebrating 15 years of responsible farming in the Berkshires, Hilltop Orchards offers a unique Berkshire farm/winery experience for the whole family.
Apples: Over 20 varieties of Northeast regional apples are grown at Hilltop Orchards. The orchard is noted for its cool and crisp micro-climate that results in outstanding Macoun, Honeycrisp and Fuji eating apples. Traditional McIntosh, Cortland, Golden Russet, Northern Spy and many others are available. In addition, three varieties of Italian prune plums are grown. Pear varieties are Clapp, Bartlett and Anjou.
visit the Hilltop Orchards website
Ireland Street Orchard
330 Ireland Street, West Chesterfield, Hampshire county
Located on Ireland Street between Rt. 112 in
So. Worthington and Rt. 143 in West Chesterfield.
Open daily (daylight hours) mid-September-October.
On weekends, tractor-drawn wagon brings you to and from the orchard. Children welcome.
Perenial gardens, specializing in day lillies and peonies in the summer.
94 Old Cheshire Road, Lanesboro, MA 01237
Phone: (413) 448-6009.Open: Friday for
selling fruit and vegetables that are in season. July we will be open 6 or 7
days a week, as our raspberries
should be ready by the first week in july for pick your own.
We have a Farmersí Market and Bakery specializing in cider donuts, blueturn
apple turn, extra large whoopie pies, small banana breads, applesauce breads,
homeade honey, rose-apple chutteny, applesauce, and a full variety of jams.
Apples: McIntosh, Empire, Honeycrisp, Gala, Redfree, Williams Pride, Brock,
Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Ginger Gold. We also grow sweet cherries (200
trees) and these should be ready by July 4th.
Little Orchards Everlastings
505 Main Road, Chesterfield, MA 01012
Phone: (413) 296-0011
Colrain-Shelburne Road (Rt. 2), Shelburne, Franklin county
Take Rt. 2 West off I-91. Three miles west of
Greenfield take a right. Open daily 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
from mid-September. Containers provided. Call
ahead for picking conditions.
Rt. 66, Westhampton, Hampshire county
Rt. 91 to Rt. 9 to Rt. 66- eight miles. Open
6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. September-October 31
Hayrides on Sundays. Containers provided. Country
Due to a fire we will be closed for the summer. We hope to be
open by fall! 248 Greenfield Road, Colrain, Franklin county
Take Rt. 2 West out of Greenfield. In three miles
turn right onto Colrain-Shelburne Road.
On right, 3 miles up. Open Saturday-Sunday 6:30 a.m.- 7 p.m. Bakery, cider, snack bar and gift items available.
Wagon ride to orchard and containers included for pick your own.
Visit us online: www.pinehillorchards.net
3 North Street, Whately, Franklin county
Just 2 miles from I-91, exit 24, south on Rt.
5. Take second right onto Christian Lane.
Next right onto North Street. Open August 15-November,
weekends and holidays only, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Free containers. Apples and peaches, cider available.
Rice Fruit Farm
757 Main Street, Wilbraham, Hampshire county
tours available of orchard, cider mill and sales area in fall
Route 57, Granville, Hampden county
Call ahead for starting date, hours of operations
Scott E & J Orchards
Upper, Buckland, MA 01338
Phone: (413) 625-8228
126 Sodom Street, Granville, Hampden county
From Mass Pike take Springfield Exit 6 to 291.
Go left on 291 to 91 South. Take Exit 3 to Rt. 57.
Go about 15 miles- Sodom Street is first left
off Rt. 57 after Granville/Southwick. Orchard is 1.5 miles down
Sodom on sharp turn. Open September 11-mid-late
October, Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Call first for picking conditions. Containers
supplied. Children welcome.