Myers Apple Farm
37 Highway 52
905 627 0420
9am-6pm, 7 days
A few weeks back, I went to the apple farm. A thing I have not done since I was in my single digit years. It isn’t that I don’t like to, but just never really have much of an opportunity to. Things chanced when my parents friend told me I had to come with all them…so I did.
One of the reasons why this friend likes the Myers Apple Farm, is because of the Apple Cider that they sell. He usually buys two.
The apple schedule is handy, as it lets you roughly sketch when you want to come by.
You purchase bags inside the store. We got the smaller one for $25?? (I think, completely forgot).
Be warned though, if your bag does not close, you will be heavily charged. So make sure you don’t over pick apples!
Once we had our bags, we made our way over to the orchards. Mom wanted Honey Crisp, but we had just missed the pickings for them. Instead, we went with Royal Gala.
On the way over, there are a few animals on the way…
(Colts in the distance)
Areas are sectioned off so you can’t pick, as they aren’t ripe. Or because they were done for the season.
There are handy signs to tell you what the trees hold..
The Royal Gala were delicious, but I definitely needed water with it, as they were SUPER sweet. In any case, it was a nice and quiet time picking apples. If you want other kinds, there are some that are on sale inside as well. So we picked up a bag of Honey Crisp.
Have you gone apple picking lately?
4 thoughts on “Visiting Myers Apple Farm”
omg honey crisp are my weakness. I remember I used to do this as a kid but would get annoyed because we wouldn’t buy any other fruit for a week LOL
LOL, that makes so much sense though! Cause it is SO FREAKING TRUE. We haven’t bought anything else either T__T
That looks like so much fun. I love apples but granny smiths are my fav and we don’t really grow them here. you should make some pies!
We don’t?! I guess that’s why I didn’t see them when I went. I used to love Granny Smiths~ The Mutsu is kinda similar, just not as sour. Or at least ours were too sour.
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