Orr’s Farm Market Is OPEN with Homegrown Produce, Local Foods, U-Pick Fruits, and our Pumpkin Patch!

We are feeling full on fall at Orr’s and we can’t wait to share it all with you!

The Pumpkin Patch opens September 10reserve your spot here! Apple picking begins weekends in September 11 – reserve here. Make a fun day of it and book a Fall Field Trip for your school or special group here.

The bakery is enticing us with the amazing smell of their delicious Apple Cider Doughnuts and the market is popping with color from the Winter Hardy Mums and fresh seasonal vegetables and fruits. Save the date for the Bin Apple Special that begins September 16.

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Convenient Curbside pickup is still available through online and phone orders. If you prefer the convenience of curbside, we’re happy to assist you.

Open Monday  – Saturday   10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm

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Stoney Creek

Bluegrass Weekends
Join us October 30 with Stoney Creek and October 31 with Ernie Bradley.


Orr's PYO Apples

Pick Your Own!

Apple picking starts September 11 – make your reservation today!


Orrs Pumpkin Patch

Orr’s Pumpkins!
Our famous pumpkin patch opens September 10th.
Book your Reservation Now!

Summer Veggies

Did you know that we put months of planning into our gardens each year? It’s not as easy as just picking out some seeds, and throwing them in the ground for us. We plant multiple gardens every season, full of lively vigorous plants. Starting in January every year, we have a Garden Planning Meeting as a […]

Orrs Family

Since George S. Orr, Jr purchased the land in 1954, Orr’s has depended on extended family and close friends to help bring in the harvests. Without such a dedicated staff of employees our farm would not be what it is today. George S. Orr, Jr. would be proud of what the family has accomplished so far, but there are many goals still on the horizon.

Meet our family . . .