Pick Your Own Apples
Apple Picking Season in North Georgia
'Pick Your Own Apples' runs through weekends in September and October or until all the apples are picked in the orchard. School groups or field trips of 15 or more can book weekdays by calling ahead. Tour bus groups that want to pick, please call ahead.
U-Pick and Wagon Ride to the Apple Orchard
Come to the Red Apple Barn or in the hayfield below it to park and decide on the choices below. Once you pay at the Apple Barn or in the hayfield, you will receive a U-PICK sticker. After you get your sticker, park below the Apple Barn in the hayfield. We will load on the trailer from there and head to the orchard. The ride is approximately 10 minutes. When you get back from the orchard, take the new walkway up the hill to get your apple cider and apple cider doughnut.
$5- Tractor Ride and Tour: Tractor ride to and from the orchard, tour of the farm, pick an apple from the orchard, a cup cold cider and an apple cider doughnut. Children under 3 are free.
Saturday is from 10:30am - 5:00pm. Sunday 1:00-4:00pm
Additional Parking: During peak times when the Apple Barn parking lot is full, please just come on down to the pumpkin patch in the hayfield and park. We'll get you going from there.
Walking to the orchard. You are welcome to walk to the orchard but will still need to pay and get your U-Pick sticker.
The Pumpkin Patch opens in October. There are small, mid-size and big pumpkins planted. We have planted traditional pumpkins, cinderella, ghost(white) and old timey pie pumpkins.
Have Fun! You can play Cornhole, Horse shoes, have a picnic, pick flowers, play in the hay barn and take a walk in the hayfield. Come out and enjoy the farm and have a great time!
Thank You to our customers that come to pick apples from Atlanta to Chattanooga, Dalton to Gainesville, all over Georgia, several US States and even a few from foreign countries. Bring your family and friends and enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
It's apple picking season in Ellijay, Georgia. Come out and enjoying picking the best tasting apples in the North Georgia mountains.