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U-picks and orchards to guarantee you keep the doctor away this fall.

Who loves apple picking in the fall? 🙋

If you’re looking for spots to go in New Brunswick, you’re in luck. Due to the province’s unique microclimates we just so happen to be one of the best spots to grow apples in Canada. And with tons of different varieties to choose from, you’ll have no trouble picking a favourite for your baked desserts or your snacks. (Honeycrisp, anyone?)

The season typically kicks off in September, lasting through October. Some farms and orchards will include wagon rides, corn mazes, country shops with homemade jams and ciders and much more. So gather up the kids or call up a friend, and head on out to a local farm for a quintessential fall afternoon in the orchard.


Where to pick:  Saint John River Valley

Dukeshire’s Apples — Orchard Shade Farms
4210 Route 105, Northampton
Phone: 506-328-2012
Hours: Call ahead for hours
Details: You’ll find apples for every taste bud at this fourth-generation farm. Pre-picked apples, apple pies and many other products available for purchase at the Apple House.

Sandow Farm
684 Tripp Settlement Road, Keswick Ridge
Phone: 506-363-2262
Hours: Daily from 11am to dusk
Details: All-natural spray-free orchard with delicious tree-ripened and frost-sweetened apples. Specialized in Sandow apples, a crisp, aromatic, and juicy variety with a sprightly flavour reminiscent of raspberries. Check their website for recipes ideas.

Johnny Appleseed U-Pick Orchards
146 Crocks Point Road, Keswick Ridge
Phone: 506-363-3500
Hours: Daily, 10am to dusk
Details: A peaceful scenery with views of Mactaquac Dam surrounds this orchard operating a u-pick since 1954. On-site farmstand with picked apples, jams and jellies, cider and pumpkins. Bring a blanket and enjoy a picnic in the orchard. Open September through to mid-October; follow them on Facebook for more details.

River View Orchards
251 Route 616, Keswick
Phone: 506-238-7537
Hours: Monday-Saturday from 10am to 6pm, Sunday from 10 am to 5pm
Details: Keeping the apple-picking tradition alive with fun for the whole family. Farm, duck pond, shuttle to the fields with a tractor and wagon, and corn maze. Don’t miss the fall fair at the orchard on October 2-3.

Doucette’s Family Orchard
118 Carlisle Road, Douglas
Phone: 506-453-1582
Hours: Weekdays 11am to 5pm; weekends noon to 5pm
Details: Fantastic views overlooking the Saint John River from Fredericton’s north side. Eight varieties of apples to choose from, delicious pears (Bartlett and Clapp’s Favorite) plus wagon rides on the weekend.

Everett Family Orchard, Island View (near Fredericton)
Everett Family Orchard, Island View (near Fredericton)

Everett Family Orchard
32 Everett Lane, Island View
Phone: 506-459-7406
Hours: Daily from 10am to 6pm
Details: Eight-generation farm with beautiful views of the Saint John/Wolastoq River Valley and the famous Keswick Islands. Pick a little wagon to carry your haul and stop visit the friendly resident horses. Pre-picked apples, local fall produce, jams/jellies and pickles available at the outlet. Find them on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.

Hall’s Apple Orchard
216 Gore Rd., Fredericton Junction
Phone: 506-368-1898
Hours: U-Pick and stand sales daily 10am until dusk at the orchard starting mid-September
Details: Enjoy a beautiful fall day picking MacIntosh, Spartan, Cortland and other varieties. Stock up on tasty jams and jellies from the Apple Lady. Squash and pumpkins available as well. Stop by on cider-making days and you might get a chance to throw some apples in the chopper, turn the crank or taste fresh cider.

Gilbert’s Farm
419 Route 102, Burton
Phone: 506-357-8634
Hours: Daily from 10am to 5pm
Details: MacIntosh, Honeycrisps, Cortlands and many more varieties of snacking and cooking apples (u-pick or pre-picked). Bosc and Anjou pears, pumpkins, jams, pickles, apple butter, apple sauce, freshly baked cookies and the resident cows are also a hit at this riverside farm. Check out their daily morning updates on Facebook.

Charlotte’s Family Orchard U-Pick and Farm Market, Gagetown
Charlotte’s Family Orchard U-Pick and Farm Market, Gagetown

Charlotte’s Family Orchard and Farm Market
2287 Route 102, Village of Gagetown
Phone: 506-488-2630
Hours: Daily from 10am to 7pm
Details: One of the first full time u-picks in New Brunswick (in operation since 1983), Charlotte’s Family Orchard grows over 30 varieties of apples as well as pears and plums. The farm market on site features vegetables, jams, jellies, pickles, cider, honey, and many other local products. Check their Facebook page for updates in season.

Hazen Cameron and Son Farm
2260, Route 102, Village of Gagetown
Phone: 506-488-2895
Hours: Daily from 9am to 9pm
Details: Have fun picking apples or grab some at the farm’s roadside market. Pumkins, plums, cider, apple pies, jelly, jam and pickles also available. Just an apple’s throw from the charming village of Gagetown on the shore of the Saint John river.

Mackay Apple Orchard
3155 Route 845, Long Reach
Phone: 506-763-2636
Hours: Daily, 9am to 5pm
Details: Set on the slopes of the Saint John River, this picturesque apple u-pick is the perfect location for a fun day with family and friends. Swing by Yip Cider, just 3 km down the road (3015 Route 845), to taste the ciders made from Mackay’s delicious apples.

Bostwick’s U-Pick Apples
36 Bostwick Road, Kingston
3469 Route 845, Long Reach
Phone: 506-763-2943
Hours: Weekdays by chance or by appointment; weekends and holidays from 9am to 5pm
Details: This family farm operating since 1783 overlooks the Saint John River on beautiful Kingston Peninsula. Enjoy a ferry ride on your way to pick a variety of apples, pumpkins, squash and gourds and get family photos taken at the annual fall display. Visit them on Facebook for up-to-date information on their activities.

Team work at Verger Belliveau Orchard
Team work at Verger Belliveau Orchard

Where to pick:  Acadian Coast

Verger Belliveau Orchard
1209, Principale Street, Memramcook
Phone: 506-758-0295
Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 7pm, Saturday-Sunday from 10am to 5pm
Details: Tons of activities in addition to apple picking at this orchard well-known for its ciders. Tractor and wagon rides, food truck, local products market, orchard café offering freshly baked fare, music and a licensed patio.

Uris Williams & Sons
875 Murray Road, Saint-Antoine
Phone: 506-525-2376
Hours: Daily from 9am to 5pm
Details: Over 20 acres of superior quality apples. Farm store with a variety of homemade goods, including honey and jam. Orchard tours.

La Fleur du Pommier
79 R. Goguen Road, Cocagne
Phone: 506-576-7946
Hours: Daily from 10am to 6pm
Details: Plenty of fresh products available on site in addition to apple picking. Fresh apple juice, apple cider vinegar, apple jelly, honey, jam, fresh vegetables and more.

Verger Goguen
401 & 406 White Settlement Road, Cocagne
Phone: 506-531-7506
Hours: Call ahead for hours
Details: Bring a picnic lunch and take advantage of the picnic tables in a beautiful apple orchard setting.

Ferme Marcel Goguen
475 chemin Cocagne Sud, Cocagne
Phone: 506-576-6307
Hours: Daily from 10am to 5pm
Details: Family farm in operation since the arrival of the first Acadians to the region in 1778. Apple orchards, pumpkins, squash, other farm products plus small livestock and a collection of local antiques. Dogs welcome (on leash).

Verger Haut Tilley Road
481 Tilley Road, Haut Tilley Road (near Saint-Isidore)
Phone: 506-399-1679
Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 1pm to 4pm; Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm
Details: A thousand apple trees and 15 varieties of apples, as well as wild blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, plums, grapes and farm-grown vegetables. You’ll also find a great variety of plants (indoor and outdoor) at their greenhouse in Tracadie (451 Poirier Street).

Apple bounty at the country markets
Apple bounty at the country markets

Where to pick: Miramichi River Route

RiverTrail Orchard & Farm
4460 Route 108, Bryenton
Phone: 506-625-4265
Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 6pm or other times by chance
Details: A family favourite in the Miramichi region, this orchard offers U-pick apples, pre-picked plums, grapes, berries, vegetables, frozen pies, preserves, fall decor and more. Located 10 minutes outside the city limits on a gentle southern slope toward the main Southwest Miramichi River, it is also accessible via the NB Trail for ATVers.


You like to see and learn where our food comes from? Take a road trip to visit farms and meet local producers around the province on New Brunswick’s Open Farm Day, Sunday September 19.

To #buylocal year round, visit New Brunswick’s farmers' markets and search the Buy Local Directory.

Happy Picking!

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