Looking for a great place to enjoy #FallSeason near Toronto? Look no further, Chudeigh's Entertainment Farm is the place to go! They've got everything from amazing cider to pumpkins to apple orchards, wagon rides, farm animals, Live entertainment & so much more! Over the years, the farm has evolved beyond ‘pick your own fruit’ to include children’s entertainment, a retail store, a fully licensed restaurant and many exciting events.
Chudleigh’s was born on an apple farm, a place where bliss is never far away. For three generations, Chudleigh's scrumptious snacks have been inspired by the magic of coming home. Ready for some bliss of your own? Book your tickets today.
The apple orchard at Chudleigh's grow over 22 varieties of apples that are available to be picked by guests. They have over 47,500 trees across 60 acres in the orchard.
Peak picking season is in September and October, and early apples are ready mid to late August. 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 Milton, Ontario home. And it’s a fun way to learn more about how food is grown.
There’s enough to do at Chudleigh’s Farm to fill a whole day with happy memories. Chudleigh’s very own Blossom Cafe offers a quaint place to relax and enjoy their signature desserts and beverages year-round. It's a great place to reconnect with friends and pair conversation and a glass of Chudleigh’s cider with a sweet treat!
Made fresh from scratch, their delectable desserts and snacks will delight your senses and be devoured by old and young alike. Their pantry has fresh selection of irresistible desserts, jams, honeys, apple cider vinegar and many take home treats!
Life is all about making memories and having experiences to share. Pack up the car and go enjoy a blissful day in the fresh air where fun seems to grow on trees at Chudleigh's Farm.
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