Every year we enjoy welcoming new & familiar faces to the farm. Below you will find our monthly harvest + events calendar, featuring farm-to-table dinners and other inspired gatherings at Westward Orchards. We look forward to sharing all there is to offer this growing season!
WE ARE OPEN
for porch + curbside pickup only
In an effort to minimize risk to our customers, and our small family staffed team, we are unable to allow customers into our store at this time. We invite you to shop our farm store online, for porch +/or curbside pickup.
10am-5pm MONDAY through FRIDAY
10am-3pm SATURDAY + SUNDAY
we will be closed Thursday, November 26th for the Thanksgiving holiday
WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE WINTER
our farm store re-opens June 1, 2020
Thank you for another wonderful season at Westward Orchards! We may have closed our farm store for the winter months, but we are already at work planning out our 2020 season! Our harvest & events calendar will be updated closer to spring. Thank you again for all your continued support, and encouragement. Have a safe and healthy winter, and we look forward to seeing you again in June!
2019 FALL PYO SEASON
October 26 + 27, 2019
Apple picking is still kicking! We’re recommending for picking in our orchards: McIntosh + Cortlands. We offer two bag sizes – a peck for $20 or a half bushel for $30. Bags are sold in our store 9am-4pm daily, with our orchards and store closing at 5pm. We’ll have all the iconic fall must haves; apple cider donuts, hot mulled cider, butternut squash apple soup and more! Looking for an extra special pumpkin to carve for Halloween?! We have a great selection out in front of our store!
In our store we have Empire, Roxbury Russet, Jonagolds, Gala, Ginger Gold, McIntosh, Cortland and Macoun apples, as well as assorted pears and plums. In addition to our apples, we also have our own tomatoes (regular, heirloom, and cherry), assorted potatoes, lettuce, kale, kale sprouts, collard greens, eggplant, Japanese eggplant, broccoli, summer squash, winter squash, leeks, sweet peppers, beets, herbs, and fresh-cut flowers. All #westwardgrown