U-Pick Barn

Richard and Laurine Kimmel’s belief in sharing what the land produces lives on, especially in the orchard. School groups and families are able to explore the fields at leisure, picking seasonal fruits straight from its source. Best of all, you get to purchase and take home the hand-picked fruits of our collective labor. Turn this one-of-a-kind experience into periodic class field trips or make it a seasonal family tradition. From July–October, you’ll always find something fresh in the fields of Kimmel Orchard. 

Each Season Offers a New Hands-On Adventure

Free roam 40 acres of fields to find these seasonal fruits. Educational markers guide you along the trails helping your family or students identify and learn about what’s in bloom.

We’ll supply your tribe with picking bags and containers and help weigh your fruit for purchase—we’ll even pit your cherries before you go. When you arrive, just look for the red-roofed barn just north of the main buildings.

Fruit Picking Schedule

Pumpkins, Braeburn, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Pinova, Shizuka, Jonathan Apples available for U-Pick this weekend!

Check back here on our web site to see what varieties are available each week!

Fruit Availability Harvest
Strawberries Not available Late May – Early June
Cherries Frozen available in store Late June – Early July
Peaches No peach crop 2019 Late July - Early August
Blackberries Not available Late July – Mid August
Asian Pears Done picking for the 2019 season Early September
Apples U-Pick and Pre-Picked Late August – October
Pumpkins Available this weekend October


Saturday: 9 AM – 4 PM
Sunday: 11 AM – 4 PM

U-Pick admission

Adults (13 & Older): $5
Kids (4-12): $3
Toddlers (3 & Under): Free
Seniors (62+): $3
Military (active or retired): $3

PLEASE NOTE: Produce pricing is dependent on season and yield, much like your local grocer or farmers market.

About Apple Varieties

Quality First

A Friendly Reminder

U-Pick is intended to be a fun and educational experience for the entire family, so please be respectful and only pick what is in season. We work hard to ensure our crops are at the highest level of quality and ask that everyone respects the land and its surroundings.