We planted our first Peach trees here at our family orchard in 2001. We have expanded since then to more than 11 acres of Peach trees. We have several different varieties of peaches available; including yellow and white peaches. Our peaches are all Freestone varieties.
Peaches are typically ready for picking July through August.
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2022 U-Pick info coming soon.
A field access pass is required to enter our picking areas.
This pass will allow you to enjoy tractor pulled wagon rides to our picking fields, use of our children’s play area and the chance to sit in our shaded area and relax while enjoying the farm fresh air in our 1800s homestead area. For more information please visit our Admission & Hours page.
During Peach Season we have pre-picked Peaches and other homegrown produce for sale. Check out our available market items on our Farm Market page.
A ripe peach will have put on some color and, most importantly, it will no longer have any green undertones. If a peach still has a greenish hint to its skin color, leave it on the tree for a few more days to ripen. If it is picked green, a peach will have a “green” taste to it and it will not be as sweet. Green peaches are not ideal for fresh-eating, but may be worth considering for pickling.
Ripe Peaches need to be used within about 2 days. Our pre-picked Peaches are refrigerated to preserve freshness.
Peaches SHOULD be refrigerated when you get them home.
If you cannot do this, to maintain quality, you should lay the ripe peaches in a single layer, not touching each other, on a flat surface in an air-conditioned room.
Use the ripest peaches first as they do not all ripen at the same speed. IF you leave stacked peaches in a lug box and they are not refrigerated, we cannot guarantee that they will remain good for more than 12 hours.