Our Plan for the Safety of Our Guests and Staff

We know that outdoor activities offer one of the safest choices for entertainment during the pandemic.  We hope that you will take comfort in our commitment to implement these COVID-related safety precautions and ask that you join us in doing your part so we can all enjoy another fall harvest season together.


Vigorous cleaning procedures throughout the day in all farm areas.

Employee Screening

Employee health screenings at the start of daily shifts

Capacity Limits

Limiting capacity of guest in our building.

Hand Sanitizer

Increased number of hand sanitizer stations available

What We Ask of You When You Visit


Please visit only when you are healthy.  If you have a fever or any COVID-19 symptoms please stay home.

Bring a Mask

Bring a mask.  Masks will be required for entry to our Orchard Market, at Admission Areas and anywhere you are not able to social distance.  Feel free to remove your mask in all other outdoor areas.

Six Feet

Social distance at least 6 feet whenever possible.

Wash Hands

Wash your hands frequently.

Changes to our Services & Attractions

Upic Orchard
In an effort to reduce risk of exposure guests will walk to picking areas this season.  At times when fruit may be at the farthest corners of the orchard rides may be offered if crowd size is manageable but guest should be prepared to walk when they visit.
Reservations are no required.  Guests must wear masks during the admission process but then masks can be removed when in the orchard.

Pumpkin Farm Activity Area
A reservation system will be implemented for The Pumpkin Farm Activity Area in order to avoid large wait lines at the entrance for the peak weekends from October 3rd through October 25th and Monday Columbus Day.
Online tickets are highly recommended to speed you process through this area.  Reservations can be made during the online ticket purchase process for the dates they are required. Tickets may be purchased at the Ticket Window but entry to the park will only be allowed if capacity limits have not been met. Guests must wear masks during the admission process but then masks may be removed upon entry.
The following activites will be closed due to health concerns or by DCEO Mandates: Hayrides, Chaul House, Cornboxes, Scream Shed.
Click here for Online Ticketing and Reservations.

The Orchard Market & Bakery
Entry to the Market will be regulated on busy weekends so as not to exceed our capacity limits and keep shopping comfortable and safe. Guests must wear masks while inside at all times.
Cider Doughnuts will only be sold by the dozen in prepackaged containers. A dozen will contain either a mix of all four flavors (limited supplies) or all Cinnamon & Sugar topped.
We have discontinued all sampling of products and apples for the 2020 season.


According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.  By visiting our farm, you are on behalf of yourself or any invitees, voluntarily assuming all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 or any other disease.

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