Fresh, Juicy and Delicious Apples
Ready at Log Cabin Orchard for pick-your-own or pre-picked
Come early for best selection...
Different Apple Varieties throughout the season, starting in September and depending on mother nature.
All apple varieties picking dates are estimates weather permitting.
Picking dates mid to end of September. For those that covet our tart McIntosh early September is prime picking. Our Macs have been said to taste like no other McIntosh in the area!!! In high demand by our customers and the pride of Log Cabin apple orchard.
Nova Mac Apples.
Mid September. From the McIntosh family, cherry red color, super sweet, the kids love them in their lunches.
Paula Red Apples.
Picking date middle of August to mid September, will keep for a month in cold storage, Paula red is the first apple offering at Log Cabin Orchard. It has become a perennial favorite of many of our farms visitors, a red juicy crunchy early season apple that burst with flavors, Great for fresh eating and in making pies and other delectables.
Late September early October. Will keep until February/March. No other apple can match a fresh Cortland right off the tree. Not only fantastic for its desserts quality but great in pies and salads.
Picking dates are early September. Will keep a couple of months in cold storage. Oh baby, what an apple! Highly prized by our French Canadian customers who truly appreciate its tart sweetness and size.
Late September. Fabulous for fresh eating, juice and sauce, this crunchy, mildly tart apple.
Apples are the perfect, portable snack: great tasting, energy-boosting, and free of fat.