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Apple Picking in Moncton

Apple Picking in Moncton

Can’t wait to sink your teeth into a fresh, crunchy apple or bake a delicious apple dessert? You’re in luck! Apple orchards abound in and around Moncton. Plan a special apple-picking outing with family and friends, and stock up on your favourite apple variety while enjoying the beautiful fall weather in a gorgeous setting.



Apple orchards in the Moncton region


Verger Belliveau Orchard – Memramcook, NB
🍎 Apple u-pick: walking from Tuesday to Thursday, by tractor Friday to Sunday
🍎 On-site food truck from Friday to Sunday
🍎 Market featuring local produce and products, as well as Belliveau Orchard’s ciders, wines, sparkling juices, and honey
🍎 Café offering freshly baked apple desserts
🍎 Le Tchai Bar serving local cider, beer and wine on Saturdays and Sundays
🍎 Licensed patio
🍎 Live music on Fridays (and on Saturdays on occasion)
🍎 INFO

Les Petits Fruits de Pré-d’en-Haut – Memramcook, NB
🍎 Blueberry, apple and pumpkin u-pick
🍎 Wagon rides to the pumpkin patch
🍎 Picnic area and play area for children on site
🍎 INFO

La Fleur du Pommier – Cocagne, NB
🍎 Apple u-pick
🍎 Other fruit available for u-pick: pears and plums
🍎 Fresh produce, apple juice, apple cider vinegar, apple jelly, honey, jam, fresh vegetables and more
🍎 Photo booth
🍎 INFO

Irishview Estates – Moncton, NB
🍎 Apple u-pick
🍎 Apple varieties: Honeycrisp, Gala and Ambrosia
🍎 INFO

Le Verger Goguen – Cocagne, NB
🍎 U-pick: apples and pumpkins
🍎 U-fish pond
🍎 Market featuring a variety of fresh produce open during apple-picking season.
🍎 INFO

Uris Williams & Sons Apple Orchard – Saint-Antoine, NB
🍎 Apple orchard 
🍎 Pumpkin patch 
🍎 Family farm 
🍎 On-site store featuring homemade goods including honey and jam
🍎 INFO

Ferme Marcel Goguen Farm – Cocagne, NB
🍎 Apple u-pick
🍎 Small animals including hens, ducks, geese, pigs and a horse
🍎 Educational presentations on where food comes from
🍎 Large collection of antiques from the 1920s and 1930s
🍎 INFO

 

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