Click on the produce names below for hours, pricing and information.
We ask that you please respect our trees and plants that we work hard on year round to provide you with high quality fruits and vegetables!
You pick it, you bought it! Everything you pick has to fit in the picking bag or box you purchased! Extra produce that does not fit, you will be required to purchase additional bags or boxes! No exception to these rules!
Pick-Your-Own Strawberries coming back in Spring 2024!
We will post on here, our Facebook and Pick-Your-Own Hotline number if we will be closed due to weather or not enough ripe berries to pick.
You can call our Pick-Your-Own Hotline at 610-841-1417, for more information.Finding fresh and great tasting fruit is difficult these days, especially when you consider that most food travels hundreds or even thousands of miles to reach your local supermarket. But during our strawberry picking season, you can truly get the freshest, all-natural strawberries possible straight from the plant itself. Not only that, but it is a fun family activity that everyone of all ages can enjoy, and one that yields delicious and fresh fruits. Come out soon to Grims strawberry picking this season and get the best, freshest fruit for your baking recipes and summer parties! We have 30,000 strawberry plants on raised beds of plastic with straw between the rows, to keep the weeds down, for much easier strawberry picking.
STRAWBERRIES$3.99 – green pint box – ages 3-8 only $6.99 – green quart box – ages 9 and older $11.99 – small picking box $17.49 – large picking box
PRE-PICKED STRAWBERRIES$7.59 – quart $14.49 – 2 quarts
- Each person entering must buy at least 1 quart box to enter the field or orchard, anyone ages 9 and older. Each person entering must have their own, you cannot share one box for the whole family. If you do not have a box, you will not be allowed into the fields/orchard.
- Ages 3 – 8 can buy a pint box
- Age 2 and under is free, but does not get a box
- Only pick produce that will fit in the box that you purchased.
- Any extra produce picked that does not fit in the box that you purchased will require you to purchase another box.
2023 FALL FESTIVAL SEASON!
Dates and times!
- Apple Picking, Veggies, Potatoes: open mid-August thru mid November, PYO will be open: Monday - Friday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Last picking bags sold at 5 pm.
- Pumpkin Picking: open September 9 thru mid November, PYO will be open: Monday - Friday, 10 am to 6 pm.
- Fall Festival, Corn Maze, Hayrides, Cattle Train, Bounce Pillows, Pick-Your-Own Apples, Veggies, Pumpkins and Play Corral: WEEKENDS ONLY (Saturday and Sunday), Friday's in October and Columbus Day Monday, October 9, open September 9 thru November 5. Friday's, 10 am to 6 pm, last admissions sold at 4:30 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 7 pm, last admissions sold at 5:30 pm; Columbus Day Monday, October 9, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, last admissions sold at 4:30 pm
- Kitchen & Bakery: WEEKENDS ONLY (Saturday and Sunday) and Columbus Day Monday, October 9, open September 9 thru November 5. Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 am to 6:30 pm. Columbus Day Monday, 10:30 am to 5:30 pm*
- Hard Cider & Wine: WEEKENDS ONLY (Saturday and Sunday) and Columbus Day Monday, October 9, open September 9 thru November 5. Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 am to 6:30 pm. Columbus Day Monday, 10:30 am to 5:30 pm*
*NOTE: *Last admission into the orchard is 6:30 pm. *Kitchen, Hard Cider & Wine, and Bakery open 10:30 am to 6:30 pm. *Last Corn Maze entry is at 6:15 pm. *Last hayride leaves at 6:30 pm.
Pick Your Own Farm
It all started on October 11, 2010, Josh had a great idea to expand the existing Corn Maze and Fall Festival by planting dwarf apple trees for a Pick-Your-Own apple orchard. Within a couple of weeks, he had 3,800 trees and supplies ordered for planting in Spring, 2011. At the beginning of December 2010, we started clearing 5 acres of land and tree line until the beginning of snow season. In March we finished clearing the land and preparing to install 2,200 feet of 8’ high deer fence to protect the apples from crop damage. In April, we planted 60 Sugar Maple and Red Sunset Maple trees around the perimeter of the orchard to give it some Autumn color. By the end of April, we planted the apple trees and put white protective sleeves around the trunks. In May, we started constructing a 4 wire trellis support system, tied the trees to the first wire, and removed all the apple blossoms. The irrigation system was installed in June to water them, and pruned and trained the trees by tying the limbs down. Then it was time to just watch them grow! One blossom was missed, so we only had one apple this first year.
In 2012, we expanded the orchard to a total of 15 acres, with almost a mile of deer fencing. We planted another 3,000 apple trees. In 2013, we expanded the orchard again for a total of 26 acres, with over a mile and a quarter of deer fencing, and planted another 4,300 trees. In 2014, we added another 4,300 trees and in 2015, added 3,000 more trees. Each year we have added more trees, with over 30,000 dwarf apple trees on a trellis system, literally creating a wall of apples. We have over 20 varieties of apples for the Pick-Your-Own orchard in the surrounding Lehigh Valley.
In 2013, we planted 2,500 Sweet and Sour Cherry trees, available to pick in June and July.
We also planted 30,000 Strawberries, to add to our Pick Your Own Farm experience. Available to pick end of May through June.
2020 was a year for more changes. We planted potatoes, sweet potatoes, and many varieties of vegetables, all for Pick-Your-Own!