Apple Acres Farm
Ten varieties of apples from McIntosh to Macouns.
Pick-your-own, Sept. through October. Cider mill. Farm store
features fudge, pies, jams, jellies, and maple syrup, plus
Maine-made crafts and gifts.
365 Durgintown Road
visit the Apple
The Apple Barn/Hope
Pick your own apples daily until mid-October. The Apple Barn
is open daily until mid-December, with several apple
varieties, pears, apple cider, jams, honey, Maine products
The Apple Farm
30 varieties of apples. Pears and plums.Pumpkins, squash,
cider, crafts and many other local items. PYO available in
Apple Ridge Farms
One of the largest apple orchards in the State.Come and pick
your own apples from our many varieties; enjoy a scenic
hayride. The kids will also love our farm animals
2 1/4 miles from Windsor Fairgrounds
Several varieties of apples. Pick your own or buy them all
picked. Plenty of fresh cider (no preservatives) pressed
here at the orchard. Pears, plums, crabapples, honey, fudge
Bear Well Orchard
Certified Organic apples on trellissed dwarf trees. PYO
October 1 - October 15. Call for directions.
e-mail Bear Well
Phone: (207) 563-3026
Access Road off I-95 through to hospital. Follow signs from Rte. 6
We sell 12 varieties of apples, pears and crabapples
Taber Hill Road
Pick your own apples while enjoying one of the greatest views in Maine. Our Apple Shed has several varieties of picked apples, our own cider, pumpkins, gift boxes and baskets
Chick Orchards, Inc.
155 Norris Hill Road, right next to Winery
Open: 7 days a week from Sept. through the end of Oct. from 8 to 6, weekdays thereafter from 8 to 4
The largest family owned farm in New England, managing over 800 acres of McIntosh, Cortland, Macouns, Red and Golden Delicious apples. We offer wholesale, export, retail, pick-your-own, gift packs and sweet cider.
Clark's Cove Farm & Inn
"The prettiest orchard in Maine"
107 Ridge Road
Walpole, ME 04573
Directions: Business Rte 1 to RTE 130/129 to RTE 129 . Rte 129 for approx. 4.2 miles. Right off Rte 129 on to Ridge Road. 1/2 mile on right.
Accomodations: Finely furnished 1 bedroom apartments with orchard and water views available May 15 - October 31.
Nestled away on the Bristol Peninsula in Midcoast Maine, Clark's Cove Farm & Inn is a 54 acre Apple farm with 30 acres of groomed, rolling meadows and lawns, flowing perennial gardens, 24 acres of woods complete with 8 trails, a 500 tree apple orchard and 700 feet of fresh water frontage. Wander the trails, picnic at waterside. Hay rides most weekends -- call ahead. Apple store & cider mill open 7 days a week 10 AM- 6 PM from September 1 thru October 31. Apples, cider, jams, jelly, pumpkins, honey, baked goods & home made sweaters and quilts. Pick your own (U-Pick) from September 15 thru October 31.
Apples: 21 varieties - Astrachan, Yellow Transparent, Northern Spy, McIntosh, Cortland, Ida Red, Macoun, Winter Banana, Rhode Island Greening, Baldwin, Jonathan, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Mutsu & more.
Visit our website for listing and dates of availability.
County Fair Farm
Pick your own McIntosh and Cortland apples. Pumpkins too. Also for sale are Red and Golden Delicious, Macoun, Northern Spy and other apple varieties. Full farm stand, including vegetables, eggs, cheese and gift items. Baby animal barn, and free wagon rides on weekends
visit the County Fair Farm website
Double T Orchard
36 Orchard Road
Doles Ridge Road, between Rts. 11 and 117
Beautiful hilltop location with many varieties to choose from.
Open: daily 10-6 Labor Day weekend to mid October
Plummer Hill Road
One of the oldest and most complete apple stands in Western
Maine. You can purchase apples already picked, or you can
pick your own
Hardy Farms Apple
Church Street, 1/2 mile from Rte. 105
Pick your own apples or buy them picked. Open mid-Sept. to
mid-Oct. Cider, pumpkins and squash are also available
Several varieties of apples. Bring your family with their
bag ready to pick the apples
560 Main Road South (Rte. 1A)
Fresh picked apples, including McIntosh, Cortland, Wolf
River, Delicious and other old varieties. Gift shop features
Maine-made crafts, jams and jellies and other food products
Kents Hill Orchard
1625 Main Street
A beautiful panoramic view of the mountains. Open through
October 31. Orchard is accessible by car. We make our own
cider, and sell jams, honey, maple syrup, baked beans, and
fresh chowders and stews. We also ship apples.
Readfield Road (Rt. 17)
We offer "pick-your-own" from September until
mid-October. Our store is open from August until January,
where we sell 16 varieties of apples and 3 varieties of
pears, along with other delicious treats. We ship gift
packs, baskets and crafts.
Priest Hill Road
Come visit us for great apples and fun. Pick-your-own or
apples. We have Macs, Cortlands, Red and Golden Delicious,
Spies, Spartans and many other varieties. Fresh cider is
made on premises
684 Grover Hill Road
Fresh picked McIntosh apples. Beautiful views. Visitors are invited to take their time and stroll through the orchard
Fresh picked apples (14 varieties) and sweet cider. You can pick McIntosh and Cortland apples from semi-dwarf trees - no ladders
needed - easy picking.
Open: Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday, August
Hanson's Ridge Road
Pick-your-own or ready-picked fruit. Easy access to orchards. 11+ varieties. Mostly dwarf trees. Convenient location between Rts. 202 and 11A
Open: daily 9-5, mid-August through October
Meadow Brook Farm
Rt. 302 to Rt. 85 - 7 miles to farm
Many apple varieties which you can pick or buy fresh-picked while you enjoy the beautiful mountain/lake view. Also natural cider, vegetables, pumpkins, squash, baked goods and ornamentals.
Open: September 1 to Halloween, daily 9-6. Hayrides mid-September
to mid-October on Sundays
Merrill Apple Farms
Route 1A, Bangor Road
A family owned and operated orchard for over 50 years. Popular fall attraction for visitors and residents alike. We sell our own apples and cider and much, much more.
More High Farm
Off Rte 202, 1/8 mi. at top of hill
Macs, Cortlands, Red Delicious apples, cider, pumpkins and other fall produce. Hayrides, home-cooked pastries and preserves.
Open: 8 a.m. until sunset, Saturdays and
Beautiful, small family run orchard with really good apples, and just a short ride from Portland. You can buy already picked or pick your own
North Chester Orchard
North River Rd. between Lincoln and Medway
Featuring McIntosh and Cortland apples as well as other varieties. Pumpkins, squash, honey and other farm products. We are between Lincoln and Medway. Follow the signs, call or send e-mail.
e-mail North Chester
North Star Orchards
Orchard Road (off Rt. 43)
Orchard with scenic views and picnic area. Pick-your-own
apples including free wagon rides on weekends. Your-round
store offering apples, cider, produce, flowers, Maine food
products, gifts and crafts
e-mail North Star
Pleasant Pond Orchard
430 Brunswick Road, Route 201
Richmond, ME 04357
Phone: (207) 737-4443
Open: Daily 10-6, Closed Tuesday. Late summer through Christmas
Description: We grow over 30 varieties of apples. We also grow pears, peaches, plums, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries.
In our pleasant shop, we sell our own fresh cider, home-made pies, baked goods, jams, and fudge. Our bees supply the shop with plenty of honey.
Apples: Yellow Transparent, Red Astrachan, Jersey Mac, Duchess of Oldenburg, Mollie's Delicious, Pumpkin Sweet, Ozark Gold, MacIntosh, Empire, Cortland, Liberty, Tolman Sweet, Red Delicious, Winesap, Jonathon, Jonagold, JonaMac, Pippin, Idared, Golden Delicious, Northwest Greening, Macoun, Wolf River, Pure Gold, Connell Red, Spencer, Gravenstein, Northern Spy, Rome, Granny Smith, Enterprise, Stayman, Spygold, Zesta!, Melrose, Honeycrisp, Gala, Braeburn...
Other Fruit: Peaches, Plums, Pears, Raspberries, Blackberries, highbush Blueberries
Directions: From 495 - take Exit 47 in Richmond and go west on Route 97, towards Litchfield. At Route 201 turn right, going north towards Gardiner. We are one mile on the left side of the road.
Website: Visit the Pleasant Pond Orchard website
Rand's Orchards, Inc.
379 Orchard Drive
Apples: some early varieties, as well as regular
Macs, Cortlands, Red and Yellow Delicious
We make cider with no preservatives - available until the first of January
Randall Road off Rt. 25
Visit our beautiful family farm, only 15 minutes from Portland. We have many varieties of apples, peaches, pumpkins and squash - also a working cider mill. We welcome you to come and enjoy
Ricker Hill Orchards
Intersection of Ricker Hill Road and Rt. 117
Convenient self-serve apple and produce stand in front of our packing house
Rocky Ridge Orchard and Bakery
Bowdoin, Sagadahoc county
Open: May - November; 6 am to sunset
Directions: Route 201 between 125 and 138 intersections; Exit 25 off I 95
Description: Our own apples, fresh cider, vinegars, jams, maple syrup, local crafts, soaps and honey. You can pick your own Macs and Cortlands. Bakery-fresh apple pies and breads.
Restroom Facilities Available
Can Accommodate Bus Tours
Apples: Jerseymac, Viking, Paulared, Mac, Cortland and more.
visit the Rocky Ridge website
Shackley Hill Orchard
Off Route 108 on Shackley Hill Road
Apples: Macs, Cortlands, Red and Gold Delicious and other varieties. Pick your own apples across the road at Clear View Orchards
1 mile west of Garland Village on Rte. 94
Apples: many antique varieties. We also have our own cider, in season. Also pumpkins, squash and honey
Enjoy apple picking atop York County, with White Mountains and blue Maine lakes in view.
Apples: McIntosh, Macouns, Red and Golden Delicious and Cortlands. Free hay rides.
Open: 9-4 weekends and holidays through the harvest season. Call for details
Snell Family Farm
Apples: Large sized McIntosh, Cortlands, Macoun and Red and Yellow Delicious.
Open: September 1 through October 15, 8 a.m. to 6
Directions: From Portland, follow Rte. 22 - From
Saco, Rte. 112 N, 10 miles
1123 Branch Road
U-Pick apples, hay rides, pumpkins and fall vegetables. Come and enjoy the farm!
Sweetser's Apple Barrel/Orchards
19 Blanchard Road
A choice of apple varieties, old-fashioned and new, including Red Gravenstein, McIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, and Northern Spy. Pure sweet cider, in season, no preservatives
276 Gloucester Hill Road
New Gloucester, ME 04260
Open: Labor Day Weekend through Christmas Eve; 9am-6pm 7 days a week
Directions: 2.5 miles north from Cole Farms on Route 202/4/100. 6.5 miles south from Auburn Exit
Description: Pick your own apples or buy freshly-picked
HOME OF THE HARVESTER BASKET
Tractor rides on weekends; Maine-made maple syrup; Local honey, pies, jams, and jellies; Fresh, sweet cider from mid-September; Warm donuts & apple dumplings; Many varieties of pumpkins & squash; Cornstalks & mums.
Maine-made crafts, Picnic tables and AFTER THANKSGIVING...Christmas trees & wreaths
Apples: Featuring Macs & Cortlands as well as many other varieties
visit the Thompson's Orchard website
Treworgy Family Orchards
3876 Union Street
Wallingford's Fruit House
1240 Perkins Ridge
Wagon rides on weekends. Lots of family fun in the pick-your-own orchard. At the roadside store, we cook delicious donuts, pies and dumplings, right before your eyes. Please come and visit.
Case Road, off Rt. 202
We welcome families, friends and individuals. A beautiful site over-looking a watershed and wildlife habitat. Enjoy apples and the harvest season in our orchards