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Pennsylvania Orchards- Western Region

Apple Castle
Rt. 18, New Castle - Sharon Road
New Wilmington-Lawrence county
Open: January thru July 9-5:30, August thru December 9-8. Closed Sunday.
Fresh Fruits, Cider, Donuts, Sweet Corn, Cheese, Jams, etc.

Barber's Orchard
Franklin-Venango county
apples, cantaloupe, corn, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, squash, and blueberries

Borecky Fruit Farm
Fairview-Erie county

Botanica Farms
Stahlstown-Westmoreland county

Boyce Fruit Farm
Girard-Erie county
apples, grapes, cherries, peaches
U-pick and cider mill

Bridenbauch Orchards
Martinsburg-Blair county
strawberries, peaches, apples

Brown's Orchard & Cider Co., Inc.
McDonald-Washington county
apples, cider

Byham Farms
Lake City-Erie county

Dawson's Orchards
Enon Valley-Lawrence county
apples and pears available for wholesale watermelons

Kistaco Farm
Apollo- Armstrong county
apples, corn, tomatoes, melons, peppers

Lehman Fruit Farm
Girard-Erie county

Pepe Orchards
New Paris-Bedford county
apples, peaches, plums, asian pears, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash

Schramm Farms & Orchard
1002 Blank Rd
Jeannette-Westmoreland county
Open:Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Sunday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
- From Pittsburgh, take the Parkway to the Murrysville exit. Follow 22 East through Murrysville. At the fourth stoplight past the McDonalds, make a right turn onto Mellon Road. The Watson car dealer is on the left side of this stoplight, and a Quik-mart is on the right. Continue to follow Mellon road, you should go straight at the blinking light, and then continue on the road for about 2.5 miles. Schramm's will be on your left side. The trip should take about 30 minutes.
- From Greensburg, follow 130 from Greensburg through Jeannette and into Harrison City. You will past the Dairy Queen, Elliott Company and Kisler's golf course. It will be about 12 miles to Harrison City. At the first stoplight in Harrison City (at Janet's Restaurant) make a right turn onto Harrison City Export Road. Follow this for about 2 miles. Schramm's will be on your right. The trip should take about 20 minutes.
Apples: 10 different varieties
visit the Schramm Farms & Orchard website

Soergel's Orchards
2573 Brandt School Road
Wexford-Allegheny county
Open:Monday through Friday: 8 AM - 6:30 PM; Saturday & Sunday: 8 AM - 6 PM
- If traveling south on I-79: Take Wexford exit, turn left onto 910 (Orange Belt). From far right lane, take first right (Brandt School Rd.), Soergel's is 1/10 mile on the right
- If traveling north on I-79: Take Wexford exit, turn right into far right lane. Take first right (Brandt School Rd.), Soergel's is one-tenth mile on the right
Apples: 17 different varieties
visit the Soergel's Orchards website

Taggart's Orchard
Washington-Washington county
apples 13 different varieties

The Little Orchard
South Fayette Twp. (16 mi. (30-45 min.) from Pittsburgh)
Allegheny County
Phone: (412) 221-6295
Directions: From PGH: Take I-79 South to Exit 54 (old exit 11) Bridgeville... turn left onto Rt. 50 West... go past 84 Lumber... exit right onto Miller's Run Rd.... go past Pacific Pride commercial gas station on left, about 300 ft.... turn right onto Presto-Sygan Rd (makes sharp right turn under train tressel)... go 1/4 mi. until you see a retaining wall on left... 50 ft. beyond is road on left (Oakridge Rd.)... take Oakridge Rd. for 1.8 mi.... when you see sign on right that says "Northridge Estates" and later on left that says "King's Brook", keep going... when road makes sharp left bend, go 200 ft... store is on left (yellow sign says "The Little Orchard")
For directions from a location other than Pittsburgh, go to: Mapquest and fill in the necessary spaces.
Apples (about 12 varieties)

Tracey's Orchard
Greencastle-Franklin county
apples, cherries, peaches, plums, pears, s. corn

Trax Farms
528 Trax Road
Finleyville-Washington county
Trax Farms was established by Lewis Trax in 1865 and has been operated by the Trax family for six generations.
Open:Monday through Saturday: 8 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Directions:12 miles south of Pittsburgh on Route 88
Apples: 17 different varieties
visit the Trax Farms website

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