Blue Jay Orchards

PICK YOUR OWN APPLES 

DAILY 9 AM TO 5 PM 

 FOR SEPT 21,2017  WE ARE PICKING 

MCINTOSH , AND CORTLAND  We have Jonamacs ,greenings some early ripening red delicious, JONALICIOUS /HOLLY   JOHNATHANS   

Thursday September 21 we will have apple picking from 9 am to 5 pm . We are picking on market side of road and will be operating out of the building near the bee hive 

We are operating wagon rides from 10 am to 4 pm for september 21   We normally only do rides on the weekends 

 

 

OUR FARM MARKET IS OPEN 

9 AM -6PM 

 WE  HAVE FRESH BAKE PIES , APPLE CIDER ,  "FAMOUS" APPLE CIDER DONUTS!!! JAMS AND JELLIES APPLES CIDER VINEGAR, SOUP MIXES ,

Future pyo varieties  dates are approximate and varieties are subject to weather for riping 

Sept 23,24  Cortland ,Gala, Fugi Macouns

Sept 30,Oct 1  Cortland Macoun ,Jonagold ,Red delicious 

PLEASE NO PETS ALLOWED 

Mastercard and Visa are accepted in our market and pick your own buildings 

NEWS

 

 

PICK YOUR OWN NOW 

THOUGH OCTOBER

7 DAYS A WEEK 

9AM -5 PM 

 

 

BENEFITS OF APPLES

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KNOW YOUR APPLES

Click here to check our apple varieties and their best uses.

Pick Your Own      

see listing on top main page  

WITH A VERY LARGE CROP OF APPLES 

WE ARE OPENING 

PYO APPLES 7 DAYS A WEEK 

9AM -5PM 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

   

 

 

Pumpkin Patch

PUMPKINS ARE STARTING TO 

GROW   

PATCH WILL OPEN

 SEPTEMBER 23 2017

 
 
 

Fun Stuff

Scenic Orchard

Wagon Rides

WEEKENDS ONLY  

10 AM -5PM 

$4 PER PERSON 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Farm History

.Blue Jay Orchards is a picturesque 140 acre farm nestled in the quaint New England town of Bethel, Connecticut.  It is one of the very few remaining commercial orchards in Fairfield County,The farm's history as a modern orchard dates back to 1934 when Mr. Josephy brought a farm house and 50 acres from Elizabeth Weed.  The Weed family had owned the farm for many years. Over the next 50 years  the farm expanded from 50 acres  to it's current size 122 acresMr. Josephy also sold the land development rights to the State of Connecticut.  Blue Jay Orchards was the first farm to be preserved as farm land in the State.  Mr. Josephy owned the farm until its sale to the present owners, Paul and Mary Patterson, in 1985.   A large part of the Patterson's satisfaction with purchasing Blue Jay Orchards was that they were playing a part in preserving New England's heritage for future generations to enjoy

Come to Blue Jay Orchards for a visit, and you'll see what we meant!

 

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Contact

  • (203) 748-0119
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Opening Hours

 

 

9 AM -6 PM

EVERY DAY  

ALL OUTSIDE 

ACTIVITIES

CLOSE AT 5 PM