We would like to thank everyone for helping to support our family farm this past year. Our farmstand is now closed for the season. We’re looking forward to reopening in mid-July for blueberries. Thanks again for your support!
Brackett’s Orchards has been a family operated farm since the 1780’s. All the common apple varieties are available, and fresh cider too. Flavor makes all the difference. Pick-your-own or already picked for you.
Cynthia F.Facebook Review
“Its been a tradition to bring our kids to your Orchard. We have always picked from the first orchard. This was our first visit and now it will be where we bring our little grandson to pick "big apples" as he says. Wonderful day !!”
Dawn Alee Yerkes
“Incredibly friendly, beautiful, and peaceful place. And fun; my son can’t wait to have another go at the apple sling shot! We were warmly welcomed and the view is spectacular. Apples galore.”
“We come here every year. The property is beautiful and the kiddos love the train ride! Donuts and cider are always delicious. Staff is welcoming and very friendly. Good prices for produce and goodies sold in the stores. Thank you!”
Liz B.Google Review
“We picked at the hilltop orchard today. What a beautiful view! The apples were crisp and plentiful. Apple cider donuts were delicious. Our one complaint was that it's hard to tell which types of trees you're picking from. Some rows are marked but not all and trees within the rows vary. Otherwise it's a really lovely orchard.”
The oldest family owned and operated orchard in Maine. In 1783, as soon as the land was cleared, apple trees were planted. Read more ›
Pick Your Own
Pick-your-own apples open 9/12/20! There are plenty of apples to pick and enough space for the little ones to run and play without feeling crowded. Visit us ›
For directions to the orchard, the farm stand, and the Country Collection – or to contact us by email or phone, please click here ›
Apple pie, apple crisp, apple muffins, apple dumplings – as long as you’re baking with Maine’s Finest Apples you can’t go wrong with these family recipes ›