Beardsley’s Cider Mill & Orchard
The Beardsley family has called this farm home since 1849. It has had a number of uses over the years that range from a dairy farm to the raising of turkeys. Several of the apple trees you’ll see when you visit this historic spot were planted way back in the 1920s!
Beardsley’s Cider Mill & Orchard makes use of more than 10,000 dwarf apple trees. These dwarf trees make it easier for folks to pick as many apples as they can, without having to climb up those cumbersome ladders. The smaller apple trees also make it easier to fit in other varieties of fruit within the orchard. For instance, there are 400 nectarine, peach, and plum trees at Beardsley’s.
Here are a few of the different types of apples you can pick:
• Crimson Topaz
• Red Delicious
Over in the Cider Mill, they offer freshly made cider and farm-baked pies such as apple, apple-crumb, peach, pumpkin, pecan, and coconut cream. You’ll also discover cider donuts, cookies, farm-baked fruit breads, and scones.
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