Cherry Avenue Farms
Pick-Your-Own Fruit


The Moyers - Growing Since 1799
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Family Owned and Operated Since 1799
Photo Taken: August 25th, 1937
 
 
 
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4303 Cherry Avenue
Lincoln, Ontario
L0R2E0
905-562-5481
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Located in the beautiful Niagara Peninsula, our farm has been owned and operated by the Moyer Family since 1799 -218 years!  Thank you for your interest in our 'pick your own' operation and  welcome to our website. Here you will find all the necessary information  to plan your next visit to our farm. This includes directions to the  farm, a picking schedule, which includes variety and approximate  ripening time, pricing and FAQ's. The quality and quantity of our fruit  is largely effected by weather conditions, so please check back often to  ensure you have the most up-to-date information. Or you can contact us  at the homefarm in Vineland. We would be happy to assist you in any  way possible:
Homefarm-905-562-5481. 




This website was updated on Sunday July 23 ,2017














Our sweet cherry season has ended for 2017.

**We are waiting for our next variety of peaches to ripen - should be ready for late this week (~July 27). Apricot picking still on!


​We have just started picking apricots and peaches. Apricots will be available everyday for the next 3-4 weeks. Our early peach varieties get picked quickly, and until Mid-August, there will be days when we will not have any ripe peaches for picking. If you are coming specifically for peaches, please check before heading out. Please note, that on some weekends we may be busier than expected; when this happens, we often run out of ripe peaches on Sunday afternoons. Once freestone peaches begin in Mid-August, we will have them every day until late September.


Please note that the hail storm has left visible marks on some of the fruit - they will all taste good, but many will not be perfect looking on the outside. Apricots, in particular, will look quite ugly this year, thanks to the hail marks.

Pricing:(Cash or check only)
Peaches and apricots will be less expensive this year, due to the hail marks left on a lot of the fruit. We expect they will be around $1.50 per pound.


Hours:(once we open for picking)
-Monday-Saturday 8am-7pm
-Sunday 8am-6pm
-Holidays 8am-6pm



Buses:
If you are bringing a bus, you will need to contact the farm and arrange for date and time of arrival with Jennifer (905-562-5481)  or email; imremraf@aol.com


We are still open when it is raining, but expect to get wet!!

​We look forward to seeing you on the farm sometime this season!
The Moyer Family