FARM NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER SEASON.

WE’LL SEE YOU AGAIN IN THE SUMMER!

REOPENING JUNE 1ST 2020. 

Chudleigh’s Farm was first opened to the public in 1967. In the beginning, it was a place where families could pick their own apples and savour a few hours of country life. Since then, visiting the farm has become and annual ritual for generations of kids and kids at heart throughout the region around our Milton, Ontario home. And it’s a fun way to learn more about how food is grown.

You can still pick apples here during the harvest season, and there’s no better way to lose yourself in nature and get close to where our food comes from. But today, there’s enough to do at Chudleigh’s Farm to fill a whole day with happy memories.

 

 

Visit Our Farm

9528 Regional Road 25
Halton Hills, ON L9T 2X7

HOURS OF OPERATION:
FARM NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER SEASON
WE WILL BE REOPENING ON JUNE 1ST, 2020!

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Plan Your Day

About Our Apples & Picking Schedule

Apples come in many varieties and each is uniquely different in its own way. We’ve prepared a list of some apple varieties along with their recommended applications (sweet enough to eat, suitable for baking and freezable).

Chudleigh's Apples

Storing & Cooking

Nothing compares to biting into a crisp, freshly picked apple. But once you’ve taken them home from the farm or market, how do you cook them or store them to keep that crunch and flavour?

Storing & Cooking

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my dog?

Yes. Your dog must be on a leash and under control. Also, we ask that you please do not take your dog into the animal area as the animals become startled. Please remember to pick up after your dog. Thank you!

Is there an admission fee?

Yes. You are welcome to park and browse through the The Pantry, The Pie Rack, The Ice Box and Summer Nights (Thursday-Sunday, 3-11pm in the backyard) FREE of charge. Or dine with us at the Farm Kitchen. For entrance to The Orchard and Children’s Entertainment Area there is an admission fee.

Are there washrooms?

Yes. We have many flush toliets and hand washing stations.

Is the farm wheel chair accessible?

Yes. We welcome wheelchairs and we do have one wheelchair-accessible washroom. Please note, due to the naturally un-level ground characteristic of the farm, electric chairs may find certain areas difficult to navigate.

Do you have baby changing facilities?

Yes. We do have a facility in our family washroom area as well as stalls large enough to fit your stroller.

Do you accept debit or credit cards?

Yes. We accept Interac, Visa, and Mastercard.

Do you offer pony rides?

Yes. Weather-permitting, we have pony rides running daily. During the ride, the accompanying adult walks with the child. The charge is $3.00 for a short ride, $5.00 for a long ride.

How long is the tractor wagon ride?

It takes about 10 minutes to travel around the orchard. During apple picking you can be dropped off to pick apples and then get picked up afterwards. We also offer a scenic tour without picking.

Do we have to pay for the apples we pick?

Yes. Please select only the apples you wish to pay for. You are welcome to taste all available varieties at our information booth. Remember apples you pick and then decide not to purchase are wasted.

Do apples bruise? How delicate are apples?

Yes. Apples do bruise. In fact, they are more delicate than eggs. Dropping or rough handling will cause bruising and the apple will not keep as well as an undamaged one.

Is there a charge to park?

No. Parking and entrance to The Farm Kitchen, The Market, The Pie Rack, The Ice Box and the Backyard is complimentary.

Can we bring a picnic lunch?

Only food and drinks purchased at Chudleigh’s may be consumed at Chudleigh’s. There is a picnic area around the pond at the North side of the entrance driveway where guests can enjoy their own lunches.

Can we feed the animals?

Yes. Some of our animals enjoy a snack and visit with the children. Any animals we wish you not to feed will have an appropriate sign posted.

The Apple Song