2023 Clackamas County, Oregon Apple U-Pick Farms and Orchards - PickYourOwn.org
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Apple U-Pick Orchards in Clackamas County, Oregon in 2023, by county
Below are the U-Pick orchards and farms for apples that we know of in this area. Not all areas of any state, nor even every state, have apples orchards that are open to the public. If you know of any others, please tell us using the add a farm form!
Remember to always check with the farm's own website or Facebook page before you go - or call or email them if they don't have a website or Facebook page. Conditions at the farms and crops can change literally overnight, so if you want to avoid a wasted trip out there - check with the farm directly before you go! If I cannot reach them, I DON'T GO!
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Albeke Farms - Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, Marionberries, Boysenberries, Gravenstein, Macintosh, Melrose apples, peaches, pickles, tomatoes, beans, pumpkins, Concord grapes 16107 S. Wilson Road, Oregon City, OR 97045. Phone: 503-632-3989. Open: June-October; Monday to Friday, 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday 12 pm to 5 pm, U-Picks change daily, so please call ahead for availability; Fall Hours Begin in September; Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Directions: 10 minutes from I-205. Take Park Place (exit 10) onto Hwy 213, to Beavercreek Rd.; turn left, go 3 miles to Wilson Road. . Click here for a map and directions. Albeke Farms Facebook page. . Facebook page. U-pick/ready picked: . Fresh picked in stand: super sweet corn, sweet cherries, cots, pears, apples, country crafts and more. U-pick/ready picked: . Fresh picked in stand: super sweet corn, sweet cherries, cots, pears, apples, country crafts and more. .
Farmer John's Produce & Nursery - Uses natural growing practices, apples, blackberries, raspberries, marionberries, peaches, boysenberries, strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins, other pyo crops 15000 SW Oldsville Road, McMinnville, OR 97128. Phone: (503) 474-3514. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Season: Mid April - October 31st and December. Click here for a map and directions. Farmer John's Produce & Nursery . Spring Hours: Mon./Wed.-Sat. 9 am to 6pm, Sunday 10 am to 6 pm, Closed Tuesdays. Summer Hours: Monday to Sat. 9 am to 7pm. Fall Hours: Monday to Sun. 9 am to 6pm. Winter Hours: Thurs. - Sun. 9 am to 6pm, December .24th: 9 am to 2:30pm. Berries, produce, and cut flowers grown by 5th generation farmers! From our family to yours since 1882. Offering U-pick and we-pick.
Marquam Meadows Fruit - apples, Fresh eggs, porta-potties are available, farm animals 9924 Marquam Circle, Molalla, OR 97038. Phone: 503-829-5047. Email: email@example.com. Open: Monday through Friday: please call ahead; Saturday: 7am to 7pm; Sunday: 1pm to 7 pm. Directions: Located between Molalla and Silverton, just off of Highway 213. Coming from the North, pass Molalla and travel south on highway 213; 6 miles past Safeway. Coming from the South, go through Silverton and travel North on highway 213. We are one mile north of Marquam. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. . Picking updates: Click here for picking updates. Apples: August 15th to November 1st; Eggs: available in limited quantity throughout apple season. Apple varieties: Gravenstein, Akane, Cox's Orange Pippin, Honeycrisp, Ida Red, Melrose, Jonagold, Mutsu (yellow Delicious type), Northern Spy, and Braeburn (late October), Spijon. We pick apples are also available for your convenience. Other fresh produce is available in our area; please ask and we will share our favorite places with you. We are family owned and operated U-Pick Apple Orchard. U-Pick and We-Pick apples are available throughout the harvest season. We have several popular apple varieties, but also like to show our customers and friends the little known varieties we grow in our 500 tree apple orchard. This is a great family outing for all ages. No ladders needed! The apples are within easy reach. Dogs on leash are welcome as well. Come see us soon!
Morning Shade Farm - Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, apples, blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, currants (red and black), gooseberries, marionberries, pears, plums, pumpkins, raspberries (Autumn, red), summer squash, winter squash, tomatoes, other vegetables, Other fruit or veg, Honey from hives on the farm, porta-potties are available, picnic area 8345 S. Barnards Road, Canby, OR 97013. Phone: 503-651-2622. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Check web page for seasonal hours and crop availability starting mid- or late-June for you-pick and picked blueberries. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. Morning Shade Farm Facebook page. . . is located in a peaceful and pictorial setting on the edge of 50 acres of woods back off the main road. We use integrated pest management practices to minimize our use of chemicals. Our U-pick vegetables are all organically grown and we use only organic chemicals or spray derived from natural substances directly on our fruit. Some inorganic fertilizers and limited weed control is used on the ground around our berry bushes and fruit trees.
Sherwood Orchards - Sweet Cherries, Cherries, Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Prunes, Apples, Pears, Quince, and Persimmons 23995 SW Pacific Highway, Sherwood, OR 97140. Phone: 503-625-7705. Email: email@example.com. Open: Call for hours and availability. Directions: From Portland: Take 99W south towards Newberg through Sherwood. We are 1/2 mile past the intersection with 99W and Sunset Blvd/Elwert Rd. on the right-hand side. You will see our sign "Sherwood Orchards" and we are the driveway just before the sign. Payment: Cash or check , only. We are a 26-acre U-pick fruit orchard located in Sherwood, Oregon. With approximately 2000 fruit trees in total, our orchard offers many unique varieties. A fruit orchard for over 150 years, this orchard is a landmark in the Sherwood area under its former name Oliphant Orchards, and current name (as of 2005). The season typically begins in early July with Sweet Cherries and continues with Pie Cherries, Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Prunes, Apples, Pears, Quince, and Persimmons through October or as long as we have fruit. We have no picked fruit available. We do not ship any fruit. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash or check , only. Sherwood Orchards Facebook page. . Facebook page. Varieties: Sweet Cherries: Van and Royal Ann varieties. Pie Cherries: Montmorency variety. Peaches: Red Haven, Harken, Hale Haven, July Elberta, Mystery, Loring, and Improved Elberta varieties. Plums/Prunes: Shiro, Italian, and Brooks varieties. Apples: We have over 80 varieties on our property! Pears: Bartlett, Red Bartlett, Seckel, and Bosc varieties. Quince: A fruit that is inedible until cooked, the quince is related to the pear family. Persimmons: Fuyu and Hachiya varieties. PLEASE GO TO WEEKLY UPDATES ON OUR WEBSITE FOR CURRENT CROP INFORMATION AND HOURS OF OPERATION. (UPDATED: June 19, 2019, JBS) (ADDED: June 21, 2018, JBS)
Apple Picking Tips, Recipes and Information
Apples ripen from the outside of the tree towards the center, so the apples out
the outside of the tree will ripen first. Once they are picked, they stop
ripening. Picking apples directly from a
tree is easy. Roll the apple upwards off the branch and give a little twist;
don't pull straight away from the tree. If two apples are joined together at the
top, both will come away at the same time. Don't shake the trees or branches.
If the apple you are trying to pick drops, (or others on the tree) go ahead and
pick it up. They're perfectly fine! But do wash them before you eat them! More info: How to tell
when apples are ripe
Once picked, don't throw the apples into the baskets, place them in
gently, or they will bruise and go bad more quickly.
Don't wash apples until just before using to prevent spoilage.
Keep apples cool after picking to increase shelf life. A cool basement is ideal, but the fruit/vegetable drawer of a refrigerator will work, too. A refrigerator is fine for small
quantities of apples. Boxed apples need to be kept in a cool, dark spot
where they won't freeze. Freezing ruptures all of an apple's cells, turning
it into one large bruise overnight. The usual solution is to store apples in
a root cellar. But root cellars often have potatoes in them: apples and
potatoes should never be stored in the same room because, as they age,
potatoes release an otherwise ethylene gas, which makes apples spoil faster.
If you can keep the gas away from your apples, they will keep just fine.
Just don't store them right next to potatoes.
Prevent contact between apples stored for the winter by wrapping them
individually in sheets of newspaper. The easiest way to do this is to unfold
a section of newspaper all the way and tear it into quarters. Then stack the
wrapped apples . See more here: How
to store apples at home
Recipes, illustrated with step by step instructions
Apple pie recipe and directions and
illustrated! I can say, with, ahem, no bias at all, that this is the
best apple pie recipe in the world! (Alright, I did have an apple strudel in
Vienna once at that place listed in Fodors that was REALLY good, but that
wasn't a pie, was it? And since this was the recipe my grandmother used, it
must be great!)