Corey Lake Orchards has seasonal pick-your-own produce such as strawberries, blueberries, apples, grapes, herbs, flowers, and pumpkins. Check this page often for seasonal updates on when each fruit is available, hours, pricing, what to bring, what to wear, and more.
Due to the significant storm in June and the resulting extensive damage to the apple crop, regretfully, the apple u-pick is cancelled for 2022.
On June 13th, we received a significant storm with high winds, hail, and rain that severely damaged our strawberries. Regretfully, the u-pick strawberries are cancelled for 2022.
Grape U-Pick Update
We have a good crop of grapes this year. Typically they do not ripen until late September. Please check back for an update. Also remember that you will need to make a reservation for a day and time for u-pick.
General – Market Area
Herbs – In the proximity of the Market, you will find fresh herbs such as dill, mint, cilantro, rosemary, basil and more. You can pick your own to perfect your special culinary delight, available seasonally.
Fresh Cut Flowers – We also have a Terrace Garden offering u-pick flowers for a fresh cut bouquet. Flower varieties vary depending on the time of year. Picking times are dependent on the weather.
General – U-Pick Fruit
Time to Allow – Depending on what you are picking and the quantity, plan to spend 30 minutes to 1.5 hours for your visit. You will want time to pick your fruit, allow your group to experience the market area and take some great photos.
What to Wear – We are a working farm. Our fields, orchards, and vineyards may have rocks, sticks, holes, uneven terrain, tall weeds, biting insects, sometimes poisonous plants, and strong sun. Please dress accordingly with protective pants, shirts, sunscreen, hats, athletic or sturdy shoes (not sandals).
What to Bring – Refreshments and snacks (we also have bottled water and goodies for purchase). Sit at one of our picnic tables if you wish.
Hand washing – Per food safety laws, we have hand washing stations available for you to use before and after you pick.
Eating fruit – Eating or sampling of fruit and or other food items in the fields and orchards is not permitted in accordance with food safety laws. Our picnic areas will be open, and food can be consumed while sitting there.
We want your picking experience to be fun and educational. If this is your first time picking, please let our staff member know and they will be happy to explain how the fruit grows and the best way to pick it.