U-Pick Apples at CherryHawk Farm

U-pick apples. East of Marysville, close to Dublin, Hilliard, Delaware, Powell, Worthington and Columbus. The simple apple-picking experience your grandparents might have enjoyed. Loaded trees in a quiet, natural setting. Bring a blanket and have a picnic. PS: flip-flops are not recommended and dogs are not allowed in the orchard. (They can be walked on a leash in a different part of the farm.

Enterprise, Mutsu, Braeburn, Yellow Delicious and the green mystery apple are  ripe. Open Friday the 9th, Saturday the 10th, Sunday the 11th, and Monday the 12th [Columbus Day] from 11 to 7. (We are closed next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.) Expecting more Kibby’s bakery made with our apples. Sunflowers are ready for photo taking and purchase at 3 for $1. It will be cooler and more windy here than in town, please dress warmly. Also watch for farm equipment on the roads, it is harvest time.

Season runs Aug1-Nov 1 Fri, Sat, Sun
Varieties Ripe
Williams Pride sold July/August
RedFree sold July/August
Jonafree  sold August/September
Gala  sold August/September
Honeycrisp sold August/September
McIntosh sold August/September
Red Delicious  sold September/October
Yellow Delicious  ripe-now September/October
Mutsu  ripe-now October
Enterprise  ripe-now October
Braeburn  ripe-now October/November
Granny Smith October/November
ripe-now = Variety is ripe now.
Directions from nearest freeway, Rt. 33
  1. From Rt. 33 take the Scottslawn exit and continue north on Scottslawn.
  2. Go left/north on Watkins. [This is tricky, Watkins is a curve onto which you can go left or right, you want left/north.]
  3. Take Watkins to the Hinton Mill intersection, turn right/east.
  4. Take Hinton Mill to Springdale, you can only turn left, turn left/north.
  5. Drive a mile or so until you cross a bridge, our farm is on the right just after the bridge.
  6. Yard sign says CherryHawk Farm.
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Helpful links
  1. How to make homemade applesauce
  2. How to make apple butter
  3. Union County Farmer’s Market