U-Pick Apples at CherryHawk Farm

Apple picking the way it used to be. Experience what your parents and grandparents might have in our apple orchard. Over a dozen varieties ripen over the season in a beautiful, natural setting. An easy drive in the country from Columbus, Hilliard, Dublin, Powell, Delaware, and Worthington.

Featuring Red Delicious this coming weekend September 23 and 24 from 11-7. Winecrisp (related to Honeycrisp) Staymared and other varieties available as well. The sunflowers are still in bloom, this is likely the last reasonably good weekend for them.

Field of sunflowersSunflowers are a bit past but still nice. They are short and small and good things come in small packages.


Apple VarietyRipe & Available?Month Expected
Williams Pridepicked outJuly/ August
RedFreepicked outJuly/ August
JonaFreeyesAugust/ September
Galapicked outAugust/ September
Honeycrisppicked outAugust/ September
McIntoshpicked outAugust/ September
Snowpicked outSeptember
Cortlandpicked outSeptember
JonaGoldpicked outSeptember
Red DeliciousyesSeptember/ October
Yellow/Golden DeliciousnoSeptember/ October
MutsunoSeptember/ October
Green MysterynoOctober
EnterpriseyesOctober/ November
BraeburnnoOctober/ November
Granny SmithnoOctober/ November

Directions from 33 West

  • Exit at Scottslawn Road, at the end of the ramp turn right
  • Turn left/north on Watkins Road. [This is tricky, Watkins is a curve, you can go left or right, you want left/north.]
  • Take Watkins Road to the Hinton Mill Road intersection, turn right/east.
  • Take Hinton Mill Road to Springdale Road, you can only turn left, turn left/north.
  • Drive a mile or so until you cross a bridge, our farm is on the right just after the bridge.
  • Look for the driveway with a big red apple flag and an enter sign.


Dogs are not allowed in the main orchard or the sunflowers. They can stay in your vehicle with the windows cracked (weather permitting) or be walked on a leash in the parking area. Please be prepared to clean up any dog poop and do so promptly.

Flip flops and sandals are not recommended. Please wear sturdy shoes covering your feet. We have rough terrain in the fields.

Helpful links:

  1. How to make homemade applesauce
  2. How to make apple butter