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Idaho orchards directory

  • Anderson Apple Ranch

    Phone: (208) 695-9741
    1877 West South Slope Road, Emmett, ID
    Isn't fall great? We love the harvest and look forward to seeing you at Anderson Apple Ranch! We have 350 Old Fashioned Red Delicious and Golden Delicious trees nestled in the wonderful Emmett Valley of Plenty! Apples are usually available to Pick-Your-Own by late September through mid-to-late October. We are a family-oriented and family-owned ranch and would love to accommodate your field trip, fundraiser, family picnic, or other great activity! After picking apples take pictures, and take home a homemade cinnamon apple cheesecake with caramel sauce! Come and enjoy the beautiful outdoors in autumn with us at Anderson Apple Ranch!  more>>
  • Apple Creek Farm

    Phone: (208) 280-2949.
    81 South 350 West, Jerome, ID
    We are an Organically Certified Orchard and Farm. The Orchard has about 320 apple trees along with a few pear, peach, apricot and walnut trees and several grape vines as well. The farm is a glorified garden full of raspberries, blackberries, lettuce, corn, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash, summer squash, pumpkins, and more.  more>>
  • Brooke Orchards

    Phone: (208) 642-1907
    50 Hill Rd, Weiser, ID
  • BYU-Idaho Apple Orchard Museum

    Phone: (208) 496-4581
    525 South Center Street, Department of Applied Plant Sciences, Rexburg, ID
    The orchard was planted by the Horticulture Department in 1980 under the direction of Dr. Kim Black and continues to be maintained by faculty and students. The orchard was planted to test apple varieties and to research apple rootstocks that would be hardy in the Upper Snake River Valley. The orchard museum contains a large and diverse collection of trees with rare genetics and unusual characteristics, some of which date back to the 1600's. Overall this collection of 160 fruit trees is unique in the United States, especially in the Inter-mountain States where it is the only one of its kind. In the quiet reverie of this well cultivated history, the orchard continues to be an outdoor learning center where horticulture techniques are taught and practiced.  more>>
  • Caldwell Riverview Orchards

    Phone: (208) 459-3993
    19491 Apricot Lane, Caldwell, ID
  • Candy Apple Orchard

    Phone: (208) 365-1413
    1871 W. South Slope, Emmett, ID
    Apple Season is a great time for a family adventure to enjoy visiting an orchard and picking your own apples. Getting the apples is just the start as you can eat them fresh, make applesauce, or bake delicious pies, breads, and crisps.  more>>
  • Garrett Ranches

    Phone: (208) 649-5496
    24113 Homedale Rd., Wilder, ID
  • Isom's Apple Fruit Farm

    Phone: (208) 684-4573
    150 South 900 West, Blackfoot, ID
    Welcome to Isom's Fruit Farm! Our first ever experience raising apples began in the spring of 1994 with the arrival of our mail order trees. The two narrow long boxes containing 200 bare root whips introduced our young family to the ups and downs and ins and outs of growing apples. Not realizing how this spontaneous adventure would shape our future, we busied ourselves hand digging two hundred holes in the dirt and tenderly placing the dark and lifeless looking twigs. Sixteen years later, 2700 apple trees grace the rich fertile soil next to the beautiful Snake River in South East Idaho. View our beautiful photo gallery to get a glance at our farm and orchard trees. What was once dessert now thrives as a small farming community with people rooted deeply in family tradition. Thank you for letting us share a touch of apple country with you during our visit!  more>>
  • Kelley Orchards (Weiser)

    Phone: (208) 642-7265
    53 Hill Road, Weiser, ID
    You will find our orchards tucked in at the foot of the hills half way between Payette and Weiser. We specialize in peaches, nectarines, plums and apples.  more>>
  • Kelleys Orchard

    Phone: (208) 543-5330
    1903 River Road, Buhl, ID
  • Rolling Hills Orchards

    Phone: (208) 365-2141
    2812 West Black Canyon Highway, Emmett, ID
  • Snake River Orchard

    Phone: (208) 251-7350
    682 N 3862 E, Rigby, ID
    Snake River Orchard is a small backyard apple orchard located running along the Snake River. Established in 2015 as a retirement project for Gary and Karen Blackham , the Snake River Orchard has 150 Honeycrisp and Gala apple trees, along with a few Wealthy and Transparent Yellow varieties used for cider. We use our own organic compost and sprays whenever possible. Our Orchard and grounds are impeccably groomed! Our apples are given tender care making them beautifully shaped without blemishes brilliant colors, and a crisp juicy taste! We sell our apples each fall out of our home at 682 N. 3862 E. in Rigby. We are also located on Facebook @ Snake River Orchard Rigby. We also sell our apples to the Jackson Hole, Wy and Driggs, Idaho farmers‘ markets each fall. We hand-make cinnamon dried apples, naked dried apples , fresh and frozen hand-crank cider, and apple cider vinegar with “the mother”. We also help youth groups with Apple fundraising sales!! Please give us a call to place an order or watch FB for harvest times.  more>>
  • Tyler's Rocky Point Orchard

    Phone: (208) 365-6160
    145 E. South Slope Rd, Emmett, ID
    Tyler's Rocky Point Orchard is a family owned and mananged blueberry, cherry, apricot, peach, plum and apple orchard located on one of the most scenic location in the beautiful Emmett Valley. We are open to the public and encourage people to bring their families and pick their own fruit.  more>>
  • Williamson Orchards & Vineyards

    Phone: (208) 459-7333
    19692 Williamson Lane, Caldwell, ID
    Williamson Orchards and Vineyards is a family owned and operated business which aims to produce the highest quality product and provide honest and knowledgeable service to our clients. We feel it is important to practice good business while serving as stewards of the land. We strive to use natural and organic growing methods whenever possible. In the early 1900s the Williamson's planted our first trees. As the family grew, so did the business. Four generations of Willimasons have worked the farm. Today, Williamson Orchards and Vineyards is operated by the brothers Roger and John Williamson and their families. The original homestead of 80 acres has grown to over 700 acres of fruit and row crop. From the first planting of apples and cherries in 1910 we have added a wide variety of soft fruits and apples. In 1999 we planted our first grape vineyards for a contract with a local winery. Since that time we have taken the next step and now produce our own wine.  more>>