The only apple farm in the area that has a pick-your-own operation.
This region is tops for apples for two main reasons, soil and climate. Apples like a sandy or gravelly soil, and don't like getting their feet wet. They are most susceptible in spring if there is a late frost after the apples have flowered (as happened in 2012). Here the soils are old glacial beach ridges, and the water of Georgian Bay has a moderating influence that delays blooming until the risk of frost is low. A good combination for apples.
One of the new high density apple orchards, trees grown close together in espaliered style.
Red Prince, one of the new varieties grown only here in the valley.