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.

Open October 19, 20, and 21  from 11-7 weather pending. Enterprise apples now at their best.  Also lots of Golden Delicious.  Anything else you can find can go in your bag.  Pricing $16 a one peck bag. C ash, check, cards and contactless accepted.

It is harvest season and there will be tractors and other equipment on the roads out here. Be careful, and yield to them. Also it is colder out here than in town, dress warmly. Remember shoes are a better choice then flip-flops and no pets other than service animals.


New traffic pattern

Apple VarietyRipe?Month Expected
Williams PridenoJuly/ August
RedFreenoJuly/ August
JonaFreenoAugust/ September
GalanoAugust/ September
HoneycrispnoAugust/ September
McIntoshnoAugust/ September
SnownoSeptember
CortlandnoSeptember
JonaGoldnoSeptember
Red DeliciousnoSeptember/ October
Yellow DeliciousyesSeptember/ October
FujinoSeptember/ October
MutsuyesOctober
WineCrispnoOctober
EnterpriseyesOctober/ November
BraeburnnoOctober/ November
Granny SmithnoOctober/ November

Directions from nearest freeway, Route 33 | Get Google map directions >

  • From Rt. 33 take the Scottslawn Road exit and continue north on Scottslawn Road.
  • Go left/north on Watkins Road. [This is tricky, Watkins is a curve onto which 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 yard sign by the driveway that says CherryHawk Farm.

Helpful links

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