Pick your own apples


You may have to reach a little.

2011 Update: We've put together a much more extensive listing and map of pick-your-own apple orchards in the Capital Region.

Apples are here!!! McIntosh and all your other favs. If picking your own is your thing, here's where to go.

(If you're lazy, like us, they'll also sell you the already-picked variety.)


Altamont Orchards, Inc.
6654 Dunnsville Road
(518) 861-6515

Indian Ladder Farms, Inc.

342 Altamont Rd
(518) 765-2956


Best Berry Farm
1078 Best Road
East Greenbush
(518) 286-0607

Goold Orchards Inc.
1297 Brookview Station Rd
(518) 732-7317


Bowman Orchards LLC.
157 Sugar Hill Road
(518) 371-2042

Bowman Orchards North
107 Van Aernem Rd
Ballston Spa
(518) 885-8888

Devoe's Rainbow Orchards
1569 Rt 9
Clifton Park
(518) 371-8397

Lindsey's Idyllwood Orchard & Farm
267 Sugar Hill Road
(518) 371-5785

Riverview Orchards
660 Riverview Rd.
(518) 371-2174

Saratoga Apple, Inc.
1174 Rt 29
(518) 695-3131


Billy Bob's Orchard
720 County Route 2
Putnam Station
(518) 547-8309

Fairview Orchard
11962 State Route 4
(518) 282-0013

Hicks Orchard LLC
18 Hicks Road
Granville NY, 12832
Phone (518) 642-1788

photo: flickr users Tim & Selena Middleton used under a CC license


Can't wait to apple picking!! One of my favorite things about this time of the year.

I'm all for Goold's, but people are trying to sway me to go to Beaumont Orchards (sp?) this year ... Suggestions?

I have to say, I am super excited about going to Goold's this year!

Schoharie County orchards did not make the list:

Sharon Orchards in Sharon Springs off of Rt 20.

Schilde's in Sharon Springs (heading toward Canajoharie) Rt 145.

Boeringer's in Middleburgh Rt 30.

Barber's Middleburgh Rt 30.

Cobleskill has a great farmer's market "downtown" at Main and Union on Saturday mornings.

Also the former Carrot Barn in Schoharie, Main St.

Thank you AOA for this awesome list!

Anyone know where/when I can pick Gala apples. They're the only ones I really like but I've never arrived when they are the ones being picked.

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