Prospect Hill Orchards-Apples


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Address Prospect Hill Orchards-Apples
Prospect Hill Orchards-Apples
73 Clarks Lane
Milton, NEW YORK
12547, United States
Coordinates
N 41° 39.4270
W 73° 58.7630
Contact
845-795-2383
[email protected]
Prospect Hill Orchards is a family owned and operated fruit farm. It has been in the Clarke family for nearly 200 years! Apple season begins in mid-September. Our 15 acre apple orchard is dedicated to pick your own and includes Bosc pears, Asian pears, Quince and winter squash and pumpkins. Popular apple varieties grown are Gala, McIntosh, Macoun, Empire, Honeycrisp, Red and Golden Delicious, Cortland, Mutsu, Fuji, Braeburn and Granny Smith. All these varieties are available at the Pick Your Own location and at our NYC Greenmarket locations.

Product Description Price Harvest Availability Stay in touch
Apple Chips Available only in the fall, our app... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apple Cider Fresh pressed pure apple cider is U... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples We grow a large variety of apples o... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples (fuji) Our Fuji apples are available from ... n/a Sep. 26 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 1 month
Apples (honeycrisp) Honeycrisp are a very difficult app... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Sep. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples Braeburn Braeburn are a late season apple wi... n/a Oct. 1 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 1 month
Apples Braeburn n/a Oct. 1 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 1 month
Apples Gala Gala's are an early season apple. ... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 18 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples Granny Smith Granny's are a late season apple. ... n/a Sep. 26 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 1 month
Apples Macintosh Macintosh apples have been a long t... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 18 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples Macoun Macoun is a favorite apple of many ... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 18 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apples, U-pick We have all the apple varieties lis... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Apricots Delicious sweet apricots are ripe s... n/a Jun. 29 ~ Jul. 13 Season starts in 10 months
Asian Pears Our Asian pears are ripe about the ... n/a Sep. 19 ~ Oct. 12 Season starts in 1 month
Corn Maze Our farm has a corn maze which is t... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Donut Peaches The first donut peaches are called ... n/a Aug. 2 ~ Aug. 10 Season starts in 11 months
Donut Peaches Mango donut peaches are the ssecond... n/a Aug. 9 ~ Aug. 17 Available now !!
Donut Peaches Limey donut peaches ripen last. Th... n/a Aug. 2 ~ Aug. 17 Available now !!
Gourds Gourds are so much fun in the fall!... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Homemade Jams & Jellies We use our own fruits and berries t... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks
Jonagold Apples A cross between heirlooom Jonathan ... n/a Sep. 26 ~ Oct. 18 Season starts in 1 month
Nectarines We grow both yellow and white necta... n/a Aug. 2 ~ Aug. 26 Available now !!
Peaches Peaches come in all colors and shap... n/a Jul. 7 ~ Aug. 26 Available now !!
Pears We have Bosc pears available for Pi... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Sep. 27 Season starts in 3 weeks
Plums Early plums are Japanese style, rou... n/a Jul. 12 ~ Jul. 20 Season starts in 10 months
Pumpkins Pumpkins come in all sizes, shapes ... n/a Sep. 19 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 1 month
Quince We have a few quince trees which ri... n/a Sep. 26 ~ Oct. 18 Season starts in 1 month
Winter Squash We grow several kinds of winter squ... n/a Sep. 12 ~ Oct. 25 Season starts in 3 weeks



For apple and pear seasons we are OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

9:00 am ~ 4:00 pm

9:00 am ~ 4:00 pm

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