The Orchards at Robinette’s were purchased in 1911 by Barzilla Robinette, primarily as a peach farm. Currently, the property is approximately 125 acres. Robinette’s grows a variety of fruit including apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines, blackberries and apples. As of 2016, we grow 35 varieties of apples. The apples are harvested as early as July and as late as the beginning of November. Some apple varieties are grown primarily for hard cider production.
To view our produce harvesting schedule, click here.
We love dogs! Please see below.
- Cyclists, hikers, walkers and runners may not use the trails during Sept and Oct – sorry!
- Pets are not allowed in the corn maze, buildings (with the exception of the house dog, Jacob) or on hayrides. Guide/service dogs are always welcome. If you your pet is on our property, it must be on a 6′ leash. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE ORCHARD DURING SEPT AND OCT (HARVEST SEASON). Do not brush your dog and leave their fur all over our property. Please remove your dog’s waste. If we find you do not follow our pet rules, you will not be welcome back to our farm. Sorry, but MANY people have ruined it for the majority.
We respectfully ask that all guests and photographers wishing to capture photographic memories on the farm be courteous to other guests. We want everyone to enjoy their time with us. Thank you.
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