Apex Orchard’s Farm Store
The Farm Store is open seasonally from August-December
Winter Warehouse open December - April as Self Serve
Our new store fulfills a long time dream of owner/operator Tim Smith. It is located at the apex of the hill on Peckville Road in Shelburne, just a few moments from our previous store location. It features spectacular scenic views of 3 states. You’ll enjoy up to a 50 mile view from here to Monadnock, and also view Mount Grace, Mount Toby, the Notch and more. Bring some quarters to use our viewfinder, conveniently located on our patio.
This land was part of the original family farm and Tim was able to purchase it in 2011. We are now open seven days a week from 9am-5pm beginning in August. We have “pick your own” apples starting in September, which is also offered seven days a week. We feature trailer rides to the pick your own block (weekends and weather dependent), food demonstrations throughout the season as well as many other fun weekend events.
All of the fruits sold in our store are grown right here at the orchard. In addition to our fruit we carry a variety of local products including Graves and Boyden Maple Syrup, honey from Shelburne Honey Company, Sidehill Farm yogurt, Just Soap brand soap, Bart’s ice cream, sweet cider from our neighbors at Pine Hill Orchard and more. We are committed to supporting our local farmers and artisans and we strive to provide our customers with quality fruit and products. We pride ourselves on being a member of CISA
We look forward to sharing our orchards and beautiful new store with you!
If you have general questions about the store or regarding our fruit or merchandise, you can contact us at 413-625-2744 or email FarmStore@apexorchards.com.
Refund Policy: Because of the perishable nature of fruit we ask that returns be made within 3 day of original purchase. Fruit must be returned in order to receive an exchange or refund. Refunds cannot be given after 3 days of purchase. Unopened and unused non-perishable merchandise can be returned to us within 30 days. Thank you for your understanding!
Check out this handy infographic about our fruit seasons!