Questions about your visit
1What does it cost to enter the orchard?
There is never a fee to enter or park. Stop by!
2What kind of apples do you have available for sale?
We have over 16 varieties of apples. The varieties available depend on the time of the season. you can find out about the current selection by visiting our stores or giving us a call.
3Do you have U-Pick Apples or other fruits?
We do not offer U-Pick at this time.
4What family-friendly activities are available?
We have a wide variety of things to do including scenic wagon rides through the orchard, pumpkin picking in season, friendly farm animals and a hay bale climb for the younger kids. We have a retail store with fresh cider, donuts made daily, apples and jams, jellies, and preserves. We also offer music most weekends.
5When are you open?
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill is open daily 9:00a.m. to 7:00p.m., from September 4th through November 7th. The Red Shed Market is open daily 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. from September 4th through November 24th.
6Where are you located?
We have two locations. Our main store is located at 10685 Warren Rd. in Plymouth. You can reach Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill at 734-455-2290. Our satellite store, The Red Shed Market is located at 10260 Ann Arbor Rd. The phone number there is 734-414-0366.
7Can I just stop in to buy cider or pie to take home?
Both Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill and the Red Shed Market offer cider, donuts, apples , pies and more!
8Do you offer tours for seniors or for school groups?
We do do offer tours for school groups, seniors, girl scout/boy scout troops and business outings weekdays between 9:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. Reserve a spot by calling 734-455-2290.
9Can I host an event at Plymouth Orchards?
Yes! We have two buildings we rent for parties. One is our enclosed pavilion and the other is the Red Apple Barn (Schoolhouse) Call 734-455-2290 for details.
Things to do at Plymouth Orchards!
There is perhaps no better way to experience the organic working farm and orchards of Plymouth Or...
There is perhaps no better way to experience the organic working farm and orchards of Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill than by hopping on a wagon ride and viewing the acres of land and apple trees that have attracted visitors of all ages for decades.
Wagon rides run daily from 10:00a.m.-6:00p.m., weather permitting. The cost is $3.00 per person Monday-Friday. On the weekend, the cost is $4.00 per person but is a longer ride. Kids 3 years and younger are always free!
You’re sure to make a new friend when you visit our farm animals at Plymouth Orchards and Cider...
You’re sure to make a new friend when you visit our farm animals at Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill. Some live here year-round, while others are just visiting. you may spot a horse or two or see the chickens we raise here. Keep an eye out for Carlisle the farm cat. Don’t forget to visit the goats, sheep, turkeys, and cow. It’s simply another reason to experience our farm in the fall and enjoy a fun day with the family. We are just a short drive from anywhere in the Detroit and Ann Arbor area. you’ll feel like you’ve found a wonderful escape in the country!Close
Nothing feels more like fall than a walk through the crisp air, a stop in our cider mill for a ho...
Nothing feels more like fall than a walk through the crisp air, a stop in our cider mill for a hot drink and a donut or a visit to our scenic U-Pick Pumpkin Patch. Whether you are on the hunt for that perfect pumpkin to carve or seeking a small pie pumpkin for a favorite fall recipe, Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill has a large selection for every need. Complete your fall display with corn stalks, hay bales, and gourds. It is a family tradition that you will want to repeat every year!
Pumpkins are available beginning October 1st. Large pumpkins are 40 cents a pound and pie pumpkins are $3.50 each.Close
Part of the family-friendly fall experience of visiting Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill is the l...
Part of the family-friendly fall experience of visiting Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill is the live music performances we host on weekends. From late September through October, we welcome various artists to entertain our visitors. Music offerings include solo artists, trips, country and pop.Close
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill has been a family destination for generations – and now it is ...
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill has been a family destination for generations – and now it is a working organic farm! We have worked hard to transition the farm to a regenerative agriculture production system. This approach to farming rejects pesticides, artificial fertilizers, and aims to regenerate topsoil, increase biodiversity, improve water cycles, enhance ecosystems, increase resistance to climate fluctuations and strengthen the health and viability of farming. Plymouth Orchards currently grows certified organic apples, raspberries, asparagus, blackberries, small grains and hay.
Our products are sold here and at local markets: Argus Farm Stop, Peoples Food Co-op in Ann Arbor, Pure Pastures, Westborn Market in Plymouth and the Ypsilanti Food Co-op. We also supply organic grains to local processors for cereal and bread. Our sister farm, Gateway Farms, is located just across the road and focuses on growing organic vegetables and flowers. Feel free to ask us about our organic crops and plans for the future.Close
Fresh Baked Pies
Baking fresh pies is just as much a part of our heritage at Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill as t...
Baking fresh pies is just as much a part of our heritage at Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill as the orchard itself. We offer six varieties of pies: apple, cherry, pumpkin, pecan, or no-sugar apple. Pricing is listed on our Products Page. Stop in to pick up a pie for dinner or pre-order your favorite pies for Thanksgiving!
Donuts and Cider
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill makes fresh donuts daily. We offer three varieties: Cinnamon Sug...
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill makes fresh donuts daily. We offer three varieties: Cinnamon Sugar, Plain and White Powder. Pricing for donuts is listed on our Product Page. Mix and match the varieties any way you like!
Our award winning cider is pressed on site to enjoy during your visit or to take home. Cider is made with a blend of at least three different varieties of Michigan apples. The blend changes with the season and with the types of apples that are available. Cold cider can be purchased by the glass, pint, half-gallon or gallon. Don’t forget to try a icy cider slushy, or warm up with a cup of hot cider. Pricing for cider products is listed on our Products Page.Close
Host an Event
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill is an ideal place to host a fun and memorable fall event! Book t...
Plymouth Orchards and Cider Mill is an ideal place to host a fun and memorable fall event! Book the enclosed pavilion or the Red Apple Barn (Schoolhouse) for a birthday party, baby shower, or a client event. Include cider, donuts and a wagon ride as part of the fun. Decorating a pie pumpkin is a great activity for the kids. Make sure to go see the farm animals! Pre-prepared food or catered items can be brought in during the rental but there is no cooking, grilling or alcohol allowed.
We rent the two buildings in three hour time blocks; 9-12, 12:30-3:30, and 4-7. The enclosed pavilion rents for $125 for a three hour block of time. it has 10 picnic tables and can hold up to 80 people. The Red Apple Barn rents for $200 for a three hour block. There are 7 eight foot tables, 32 folding chairs and 21 short benches that are available for use free of charge. The capacity varies by what seating arrangement is chosen or if it is an open house type of party. Call 734-455-2290 to book a rental and inquire about other add on options for your party.Close
School Tours/Group Tours
Tours are available Monday through Friday from 9a.m.-3p.m. Later times are available upon request...
Tours are available Monday through Friday from 9a.m.-3p.m. Later times are available upon request. The cost of the tour is $6 per person (there is one teacher free per class) The tour includes a fun fact talk about the apples, the bees, the trees, and about our organic farm geared toward the ages in the group. You will also enjoy a scenic wagon ride through the orchard, an apple, a donut and a small cider. A stop in the pumpkin patch to pick a small pie pumpkin is available in October for an additional cost of $2.50 per person. The basic tour takes about one hour fifteen minutes. Allow about 1 1/2 hours for the tour with the stop in the pumpkin patch. if you have extra time after the tour, you are welcome to go visit the farm animals. There is no charge to see the animals! You are also welcome to bring a bagged lunch. Just let us know at the time you book your tour. Call 734-455-2290 to make your reservation.Close