Pick Your Own Apples at Cullipher Farm!
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In my opinion, nothing says Fall like apple picking! Stock up on your healthy favorites and get the kids out into the orchards for u-pick apples, this year at Cullipher Farm!
When: Cullipher Farm Market and the (Free) Children’s Play Area are open Tuesday-Sunday from 9am-6pm. U-pick days/times may change due to weather and availability – please check Facebook page for updates!
Where: Cullipher Farm is located at 772 Princess Anne Road, VA Beach
What you need to know: You can find a post with the current picking conditions (updated daily) ON THIS LINK. Please confirm all information below before heading to the farm as the orchards may close to allow fruit to ripen!
- UPick Apples OPEN 9am – 1pm. Pickers must be in the orchard by Noon sharp.
- Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday there is no admission fee for upick apples
- Friday/Saturday/Sunday $5 admission fee per person plus tax – Tickets required.
- U-pick Apples are $3.99 per pound. Picking Crimson Crisp and Ambrosia
- Age limit: If the child can walk, they need a wristband. For Thursday, wristbands will be issued at the orchard shack.
- UPick Grapes OPEN 9am – 1pm. Pickers must be in orchards by Noon sharp.
- Sunbelt grape is a very sweet, seeded, grape very similar to the Concord grape.
- U-Pick Grapes are $4.99 per lb. There will be a $2 admission fee per person plus tax. Wristbands will be issued at the orchard shack.
- Age limit: If the child can walk, they need a wristband. The season will be very short and will last about a week or two. ** bring your own clippers to pick the clusters (recommended) OR pick the individual grapes.
- Do not tear the vines or take the leaves!**
- U-Pick Sunflowers OPEN – Fields open 9am-6pm. Pickers should be in the fields by 5pm. $2.00 per Sunflower bloom, It is recommended that you bring your own shears for cutting your own sunflowers.
- Please check photography policy for the farm on their website at https://cullipherfarm.com/pages/photo.
Bonus: Don’t feel like picking your own? Stop by the onsite market and pick up a supply of summer fruits including melons, peaches, plums, pluots, grapes, berries, and more!