PYO blueberries is expected to begin in early July.
We do not grow strawberries, but do carry local berries in the Farm Market.
Imagine picking a fresh apple off the tree, shining it on your sweatshirt and then bringing it home to bake into your own homemade pie just hours later. We’ve been growing fruit for four generations at Holmberg Orchards to bring this experience to our friends and neighbors. At Holmberg Orchards, expect to connect with nature, your family and your community.
More than just apples…
Holmberg Orchards grows a large assortment of summer and fall fruits. We begin our picking season with blueberries in early July. We also offer peaches, raspberries, and grape tomatoes beginning around the 1st of August. Summer apples and pears are just around the corner, opening in mid-August. By late August, we’ve added sun-kissed nectarines as well. Don’t forget the pumpkins in late September, and our multitude of fall’s bounties, including squash, gourds, Indian corn, hay bales, cornstalks and mums.
Entertainment for the whole family
There’s nothing like the wonder that a child experiences when they see fresh fruit hanging low and ripe on branches. The Holmberg family has enjoyed watching countless families grow over the years, to see them return with children and grandchildren of their own and continue the tradition.
We will keep the family busy with our variety of fun activities. Tractor rides run continuously, and drop you directly at the best fruit picking. Photo opportunities abound, we set up hay bales in the pumpkin patch for a great seasonal backdrop. Document the kids’ growth on our “How Tall This Fall?” measuring stick, or snap a picture with our Johnny Appleseed cutout. And our adult visitors are welcome to step into the Wine Barn for a sampling of our fruit wines and hard ciders, located in the heart of our bustling fields.