Farm & Orchard Tours, School Field Trips

U-Pick Apples, Pumpkin Patch, Wagon Rides

Games and Picnic Areas

Weekday Apple Orchard Picking & Tour...

Take a ride up the mountain to the orchard and pick a fresh apple right off the tree. Enjoy the ride back down, then come in the Red Apple Barn for a cup of cold cider and an apple cider doughnut. Cost is $5 per person.

Weekday Farm Tour...

The Farm Tour will take you by the Hayfield, to the mountainous Orchard, through the Pumpkin Patch and Flower Garden, then back to The Red Apple Barn for a cup of cold cider and an apple cider doughnut! Please call ahead to schedule for a weekday. Deposit may be required for groups on weekdays. Cost is $5 per person.

Group minimum is 15 or $75 for the Farm Tour or $75 for the Apple Orchard Picking Tour on weekdays. Please call ahead to schedule a weekday or Friday. Deposit may be required for groups on weekdays.

The Pumpkin Patch is open everyday beginning in October.

The "Play in the Hay Barn" has a group price of $2 each for groups of 15 or more.

Weekend Details

U-Pick times are 10:30-5:00pm on Saturday and 1:00-4:00pm on Sunday.

Tour Buses

Tour buses are welcome anytime at the Red Apple Barn. We welcome you to come by enjoy your trip seeing all the apple products, jams, jellies, ciders, our very own cookbook, caramel & candied apples and baked goods.

If you are looking for somewhere close by to eat, Sue’s Restaurant (706-635-5500) is just a quarter mile up the hill from the Apple Barn and Davis House is in town. There are plenty of other eating options around town also.

Come Visit Us!

At the Red Apple Barn, we offer a fun time on our family’s working farm. A wagon ride from the Apple Barn behind the tractor will take you to the apple orchard and up the mountain. You pick your own apples and enjoy a beautiful natural mountain setting on the tour. Our family dog may ever pay you a visit! She loves meeting new friends!

We have folks from all ages visit our orchards. Babies pick their first apples and patients from assisted living centers come using their walkers. Other groups bring picnic lunches and have class reunions here. The girl scouts took a wagon ride, picked apples and had a picnic on the creek.

Many of the groups come and sit in the orchard for hours just enjoying the peace and quiet and God’s beautiful scenery.

We look forward to seeing you!

Marvin Pritchett owner showing young apple pickers the ropes! A school field trip from Dalton, Ga taking the wagon ride Tractors and wagons meet in the road Apple pickers coming back from the orchard on the wagon ride