Welcome to the Smith Farm Orchard! Apple picking is our most popular pick-your-own event. We officially start Labor Day Weekend, but sometimes open earlier for early variety apples, and generally go through Columbus Day or into the middle of October, depending on crop conditions.


Note: The service dog’s task must be directly related to the person’s disability. Comfort/support animals do not qualify under the American Disability Act guidelines. Improperly trained animals can endanger others and affect the biological security of this or any food production facility. Thank you for your cooperation.


Monday – Orchard Closed. Except for Labor Day and Columbus Day.

Tuesday – Sunday – 9 am – 4 pm

PYO is subject to close based on weather and crop conditions. WE MAY CLOSE ON SHORT NOTICE! Please call 508- 378- 2270 to check for closure before coming. You can also check for updates on Facebook and Instagram.


Keep in mind that our farm stand and apple orchard have two separate entrances, and you must drive to apple picking.

(Apple picking is NOT at the house with the apple trees in the yard, that is our private residence.)

The orchard entrance is a quarter mile up the street from the main farm stand, on South Street.

Look for the sign pictured above! For apple picking, you park, pay, and pick at this location. Check-in at the red building upon arrival!


A parking attendant will guide you on exiting or re-parking your car closer to our farmstand and donut building.

2023 Pricing

Peck Bag (approx. 10-12 lbs) – $32, admits 1 to 3 people.

1/2 Bushel Bag (approx. 20-24 lbs) – $48, admits 1 to 5 people.

$8 per extra person

Children 3 years of age or under – free admission.

Wristbands are required to enter the orchard. You will receive wristbands when you purchase your bag/s.

You or your group must pay for a Smith Farm Apple Bag before entering the orchard. You or your group may not enter the orchard unless you purchase a Smith Farm Apple Bag. One person is allowed into the orchard per one –  1/2 peck bag purchase, 3 people are allowed in per one-peck bag purchase, and 5 people are allowed in per 1- 1/2 bushel bag purchase. Of course, you may purchase as many as you like beyond the minimum.

Group Pricing

Group Pricing is for groups of people who are not registering for a school tour and are coming to pick with the general public during our regular PYO Apple hours. If you are looking for a school tour, continue below to our school tour pricing and reservation page.

All large groups should contact the farm at least one week prior to your visit. Our phone number is 508-378-2270.

½ Peck Bag: (5 LBS) – $14 – Allows 1 person entry into the orchard. Only available for purchase in group picking. 

  • Minimum of 15 people in your group 
  • Each person entering the orchard must purchase a bag
  • Group rates are only available Tuesday – Friday

School Buses do not fit down our main entranceway – if you require the use of a school bus for transportation, please let us know, and we will provide you with an alternate route. Thank you.

School Tours

School Tours are back for the fall season! Tours will run Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10 am-12 pm. The tour will take 1 hour. Please be on time or you may lose some time from your field trip. The minimum amount of people for the tour is 20 people. In the event the weather affects having the field trip we will contact you to reschedule or cancel.  

Fall Field Trip Pricing

Apple Picking

$13.50 per person (students, teachers, parents, siblings, anyone in attendance is required to pay)

Each person will get a ¼ peck bag (approximately 3 lbs) 

Parking will be at the farm stand (325 South Street East Bridgewater MA 02333) in the extended lot 

There will be a hayride provided to and from the fields to pick

Each person in attendance will receive a cider donut, a pint of cider, and a sticker 

An apple is available as a substitution for the donut 

Donuts Contain: Egg, Milk, Soybeans, and Wheat

Free from Peanuts & Treenuts


Pumpkin Picking

$10.50 per person (students, teachers, parents, siblings, anyone in attendance is required to pay)

Each person will get to pick a pumpkin 

Parking will be at the farm stand  (325 South Street East Bridgewater MA 02333) in the extended lot 

There will be a hayride provided to and from the fields to pick

Each person in attendance will receive a cider donut, a pint of cider, and a sticker. 

An apple is available as a substitution for the donut 

Donuts Contain: Egg, Milk, Soybeans, and Wheat

Free from Peanuts & Treenuts


Payment is required upon arrival 

Everyone must be accounted for before coming. 

Please have the cash counted out prior to arrival if that is the chosen payment method. 

We will accept Card, Cash, or Checks (for school tours only)

If it is a check please have it made out from the School you are coming from 

Make checks payable to C.N. Smith Farm Inc.

If you have any questions or concerns please email us at: cnsmithfarmgirls@gmail.com

To Book: https://cnsmithfarm.as.me/

Purchases & Policies

A lot of hard work goes into growing apple trees. Did you know it takes a minimum of 5 years before a tree produces a significant crop of apples? If you damage a young tree so it needs replacing, we have to wait 5 years before we can recoup our loss. And that makes fewer apples for you to pick and enjoy! So please respect our orchard by following our policies listed below. Thank you.

How Do I Pay?

We accept payment through Square Point of Sale, this includes all major credit cards and cash.  No checks, please!
You must purchase a new Smith Farm Apple Bag each time you visit or revisit the orchard.

It is always a good idea to bring cash with you in the event that our system is down; we are a mobile setup and rely on cell towers for wifi to process credit cards.

We do not provide refunds.

No Pets

Unfortunately, No Pets Are Allowed. Service Dogs Are Welcome.

Note: The Service Dog’s Task Must Be Directly Related To The Person’s Disability. Comfort/Support Animals Do Not Qualify Under The American Disability Act Guidelines. Improperly Trained Animals Can Endanger Others And Affect The Biological Security Of This Or Any Food Production Facility. Thank You For Your Cooperation.

Please Pick Only What You Pay For

If your bag is full please stop picking! Please don’t pick and throw the apples on the ground. Once the apples are off the tree we can no longer sell them!

Due to health code restrictions, no sampling in the orchard.

If you are observed picking significantly more than you paid for, you will be asked to buy another bag (e.g. filling a stroller/wagon, handbags, sweatshirts, etc.) All nonpayment is considered theft and will be treated accordingly.

Handicap Access

For our first weekend of picking we provide a free hayride to the picking area, if you need other accommodations please let a staff member know and we would be happy to assist you.

We recommend that handicapped persons or groups interested in apple picking come early in the season (1st few weeks of September) to avoid traversing hilly, rough terrain later in the season. Also, Wednesdays through Fridays tend to be less busy than the weekends and therefore might be easier to navigate for those who have mobility issues.

Handicapped assistance animals are allowed per state law, however also per state law, we reserve the right to ask you to remove the animal from the fruit-producing areas of the orchard if:

– You are not in control of the animal
– You are not following farm policies applicable to everyone
– Your animal violates health code policies in fruit-producing areas of the orchard

Children Must Be Supervised

The orchard is large and is bordered by woodlands. Need we say more?

Strollers And Wagons

We have had a lot of questions about whether strollers and wagons are allowed into the orchard. To clarify, “We allow them as a means to transport a child in the orchard but not as a means to carry apples!” Thank you for your cooperation.

No Tree Climbing

In most cases, our trees are young or are pruned to have young branches. They will not support the weight of children or adults. We do not want anyone or our trees to get hurt.

Stay In Designated Areas

We only open varieties that are ready to be picked. To avoid picking unripe fruit or entering areas that may be unsafe, please remain in the marked picking area.

Varieties available for picking are listed that day at the front of the orchard and we attempt to keep up with posting varieties on Facebook, Instagram, and our website.

Have Fun!

Posted rules are based on 20+ years of experience managing a pick-your-own operation. We’ve seen and heard just about everything and have rules based accordingly. We want you to stay safe, respect our property, and have fun too. We think all three can be done at the same time.