Celebrate the bounty harvest season brings to Addison County by visiting these local orchards!

Champlain Orchards

As one of the oldest continuously operating Orchards in Vermont, Champlain Orchards takes pride in growing over 140 varieties of apples, as well as peaches, pears, plums, cherries, nectarines, apricots, medlars, quince, and many berries. They are careful stewards of the land and grow all of their fruit following strict Eco-Apple requirements, while striving to minimize their carbon footprint and sustainably contribute to our community.

Douglas Orchards

Set on 180 acres in beautiful Shoreham, VT, Douglas Orchards boasts many varieties of apples, pears, cherries, strawberries & raspberries. Proudly growing Vermont apples for over 100 years.

Happy Valley Orchard

Happy Valley Orchard prides itself on the great variety of apples they grow. In addition to the traditional varieties like McIntosh, Empire, Cortland, Honeycrisp, and Red Delicious; they also grow heirlooms and lesser-known varieties like Northern Spy, Keepsake, Spitzenburg, Russet, Vermont Gold, Rhode Island Greening, Newtown Pippin, Jonathan, Winesap, and many others. Find a new favorite apple today!

Sunrise Orchards

Sunrise Orchards’ mission is to grow an amazing apple – an apple which puts a proclamation into the eater’s eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. They do this through a commitment to quality, the environment and community that embody their forward-thinking Vermont farm.

Yates Family Orchard

Yates Family Orchard is a family-owned and operated apple orchard on Monkton Ridge in Vermont with spectacular Adirondack mountain and valley views. Enjoy 28 different apple varieties, pears, and plums. Visit September and October to pick your own apples or visit the Yates Orchard Stand to taste their Orchard-produced products, and pick up local Vermont Specialty products and various Vermont artists’ work. 

All orchard information and fruit availability are subject to change. Please visit each orchard’s website for the most up-to-date information.