The Corey Lake Orchards (CLO) farm market operates from early Spring starting with asparagus and crops from the greenhouse through late Fall with apples, grapes, and sweet cider pressed in the cider mill. Our open-air vintage farm market overlooks picturesque Kaiser Lake.
If you love surrounding yourself with the freshest fruits and vegetables, you will want to make the Market at CLO part of your regular shopping routine. In addition to a wide variety of daily offerings, we also offer bulk quantities of selected produce during the height of the season for canning, freezing, and preserving.
We carry a full line of seasonal fruits and vegetables grown on the farm and picked fresh daily. Depending upon the season, you will find strawberries, blueberries, peaches, apples, grapes, cucumbers, peppers, zucchini, sweet corn, tomatoes, green beans, squash, pumpkins, and more! There is also a play yard and customer seating for children and families to enjoy.
Fall is a special time at the Market. With the crispness of the air, we begin harvesting pears, plums, around 30 varieties of apples, onions, fall squash, and pumpkins. Fifty acres of juice grapes give the fall a highlight, with a you-pick opportunity that last about 3 weeks. The wide variety of fall ornamentals add color and pop to every corner of the market.
We make our own fresh-pressed cider each fall and use a mix of apple varieties for full flavor. Our cider is pure apple juice – no added sugar, no added water, and no preservatives. Our cider is NOT pasteurized, so it is important to keep it refrigerated. It is perfect for home brewers wanting to make hard cider. And if you wonder why our slushies taste so good – it all starts with this great cider. Fun Fact: It takes over 30 apples to make a gallon of cider.
Curbside pickup and pre-ordering are available for your convenience.
Current market changes:
- Most produce will be sold individually or by the package, not weighed to lesson handling.
- We cannot take back or reuse any produce containers from previous visits.
- We follow the latest State / CDC guidelines on the use of masks; they may be required where physical distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
- For the health and wellbeing of all individuals please maintain a safe distance from one another while in our fields, picnic areas, shopping and in lines.
- Please stay home is you have a cough, fever, or you are not feeling well.