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Fruits & vegetables




  • $5 per person

  • $2.50 for seniors age 65+

  • Free for military (must show ID)

  • Free for kids age 9 & under

Produce is not included in entry fee. All fruit and veggies are priced per pound and will be weighed and paid for at checkout.


Receive 10% off your pickings when you pick $20 or more worth of produce. Store purchases do not count towards pick-your-own discount.

  • Bring your own containers or purchase them from our store.

  • Due to food safety guidelines, pets are not allowed on our farm.

  • No buses, RVs, full size vans or other large vehicles permitted. 



Check back in 2022

All items priced per pound

Picking season begins sometime in mid-June with Strawberries, Peas & Rhubarb.


All 2021 crops have been fully harvested.

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You'll be notified of what's picking each week, as well as picking conditions and prices.

Picking Containers for Purchase


FLAT | $0.50

Holds approx. 10 - 15 lbs produce


QUART | $0.15

Holds approx. 1.5 lbs produce


4-QUART | $0.75

Holds approx. 5 - 8 lbs produce


PINT | $0.10

Holds approx. 0.75 lbs produce


1/2 BUSHEL BAG | $0.50

Holds approx. 18-25 lbs produce



Holds approx. 20-30 lbs produce

Planning a Visit

How it works

ARRIVAL: Upon entering the farm, you'll first stop at the farm store window to pick up a harvest map, pay the entry fee, and either purchase containers or have your own weighed. The map tells you what's ready for picking, prices, rules and where to find everything. If you arrive with any produce from another farm inside your vehicle, please inform us before entering our orchard. We will hold it for you in store while you pick, in order to avoid charging you for it upon checkout. CONTAINERS: We recommend bringing your own containers and/or bags for picking, but we have several sizes of containers and reusable bags available for purchase at the check-in window. When checking in, please have the cashier weigh your containers so we can subtract the weight from what you pick at the end. DRIVING: You will drive your own vehicle into the orchard, but the roads can be bumpy, muddy and uneven. Park near your desired picking area and walk into the fields. Please use common sense to avoid driving and walking over living plants. We have signs throughout the orchard pointing you in the right direction for each item currently available for picking, as well as exit signs. Speed limit is 10 mph. Farm vehicles and pedestrians always have the right of way. PICKING: Our harvest map lists all currently available produce w/ prices per pound. We ask that you please only pick what you intend to pay for, and please do not pick anything NOT listed on the map, as those items still need time to grow. Anything picked that is not listed will be charged up to $10/lb. CHECK OUT: You'll stop at the farm store to pay for what you've picked. Pickings will be weighed by a cashier and paid for inside the farm store. You'll find additional produce and farm treats for sale in our store, including homemade hard ice cream and apple cider donuts! All vehicles & bags will be manually inspected before leaving. PAYMENT: We gladly accept cash and all major credit cards. We do not accept checks.

Important things to know before visiting

​All bags will be searched & all vehicles will be fully inspected upon checkout. (This is why). Unfortunately, produce theft is a major issue. The entrance to PYO closes at 4:00pm. All fields must be cleared and guests checked out by 5pm. All PYO produce is priced per pound. Prices may fluctuate throughout the season. Stay hydrated! We recommend bringing water, or you can purchase it in our store. You will be charged up to $10/lb for any produce you pick that is not listed as available on the harvest map OR produce that is not brought out of your vehicle to be weighed.

PYO Rules

  • No dogs or other pets allowed in the orchard. Any guest with a pet in vehicle will be denied entry. We love animals, but it's a federal regulation!
  • This is a working farm with machinery in use. By entering, you agree to pick at your own risk.
  • You're required to pay for all produce in your vehicle, whether you found it on the ground or it was picked by anyone in your party, including kids.
  • All produce must be paid for before eating it.
  • No alcohol or smoking anywhere on property, including the parking lot.
  • No BBQs, picnics, cooking, or fire of any kind. There are picnic tables available outside our farm store once you've paid for your pickings.
  • Do not enter barns, greenhouses, houses or sheds.
  • We cannot accept returns or refunds for PYO produce. It can't be un-picked, and we can't resell it. Please only pick what you intend to pay for.
  • No climbing on ladders, trees or farm vehicles.
  • Do not shake or brake branches, or throw, dump, damage, or waste any produce. We work hard to grow it!
  • PLEASE, no littering. Trash bins are located throughout the orchard.
  • Anyone unwilling to follow the above rules will be asked to leave immediately.


  • Our farm store staff members wear face masks.
  • We recommend wearing a face mask inside our store if you are not vaccinated.
  • Please stay home if you don't feel well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is your farm organic?

A: No, it's not organic. We have a small area outside of our PYO farm where we're growing organic apple trees, but for the majority of our farm we follow low-spray & IPM* practices.

*Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the management of agricultural and horticultural pests that minimizes the use of chemicals and emphasizes natural and low-toxicity methods (such as the use of crop rotation and beneficial predatory insects). The goal of IPM is not necessarily to eradicate or eliminate pests, but to strengthen and stabilize the landscape (ecosystem) so that conditions are favorable for plants but unfavorable for pests.

Q: Should I wash my produce before I eat it?

A: Yes. This is always a good practice, no matter where you get your produce from! Please remember you must also pay for all produce before eating it.

Q: Can I bring my dog?

A: Due to health & safety regulations, no pets are allowed to enter our farm.

Q: Can we have a picnic there?

A: Again due to health & safety regulations, eating is also not allowed on our farm. Therefore, picnics are not permitted. Once you checkout and pay for your produce, you're welcome to park and use our picnic tables near the farm store.

Q: Do you have bathrooms?

A: Yes. We have two bathrooms available inside our farm store, as well as several port-a-potties throughout the orchard.

Q: Do you offer hay rides?

A: No, we do not offer hay rides at this time.

Release of Liability

Samascott Orchards is an active farming operation; all guests enter at their own risk. As a condition of being permitted to enter the property all guests hereby RELEASE, WAIVE AND DISCHARGE the Owners and Staff from any and all liability, claims, demands or causes of action now and hereafter for any and all injuries to his or her person or property and for damages including but not limited to those injuries or damages caused by negligence of the Owners and Staff.


Fall Strawberries
Sweet Cherries
Sour Cherries
Black Raspberries
Concord Grapes
June - July
July thru October

July & August
July & August
August & September
August thru October
August thru October
Peas (snap, shell)
Summer Squash

String Beans
Greenhouse Tomatoes
Field Tomatoes

Winter Squash
July & August
July & August

August thru October

August thru October
September & October
​September & October

**All dates are approximate and depend on weather. Please scroll up to find out what's currently available.