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Smith's Red Apple Farm

Smith's Red Apple Farm We are a family owned and operated apple farm that has been in our family for over 50 years. We accept cash and checks only. Hours: 9am-5pm 7 days a week.

Open mid September through mid to late October. We offer a variety of types of apples both pick your own and already picked and bagged. At our farm you will also find homemade apple pie and apple crisp, cider, pumpkins and crafts. Pick your Own Special: Buy two bags and get one free! Half Peck Bags- $5
Peck Bags- $9
Half Bushel Bags- $16

Operating as usual

The weather has cleared off and we will be open all day for pick your own and bagged Macintosh and Cortland apples on th...
10/31/2021

The weather has cleared off and we will be open all day for pick your own and bagged Macintosh and Cortland apples on the stand. We have fresh pies, crisps, cider, jams and jellies also for purchase. October is quickly coming to an end which also means the end of our apple season. Don't miss the opportunity to get your apple products. Next September is a long time away!

We are still open and it is finally feeling like fall!!!! Come get some apples! They are ripe and beautiful!
10/24/2021

We are still open and it is finally feeling like fall!!!! Come get some apples! They are ripe and beautiful!

Apple cider donuts always seem to put a smile on your face.
10/17/2021

Apple cider donuts always seem to put a smile on your face.

Always finding little treasures.
10/11/2021

Always finding little treasures.

89 years young and still working apples every day.
10/09/2021

89 years young and still working apples every day.

No photo can do the size of this Northern Spy justice.
10/04/2021

No photo can do the size of this Northern Spy justice.

Apples are not the only goodies you will find at the orchard.
10/04/2021

Apples are not the only goodies you will find at the orchard.

Don't forget to grab lunch or dinner on Saturday and Sundays after you have picked your apples!
10/03/2021

Don't forget to grab lunch or dinner on Saturday and Sundays after you have picked your apples!

10/01/2021
The same, but so different. The beauty that makes up our individuality. The same fruit, but different appearances, textu...
09/26/2021

The same, but so different. The beauty that makes up our individuality. The same fruit, but different appearances, textures, sizes and tastes. Will you crunch into the tart flesh of a Maccoun or bite the soft sweet body of an October Macintosh? Will you prefer the honey flavored juice of a Mutsu on your tongue or the thick skin of a Red Delicious on your lips?

These beautiful early fall mornings... 🍁🍂🍎🍏
09/21/2021

These beautiful early fall mornings... 🍁🍂🍎🍏

09/20/2021
We can't bake pies and crisps without lots of peeled apples!

Do you love to bake? Fall is the best time for fresh pies, crisps and apple sauces. Mmmmm! We have boxes of utility apples for sale. They don't look traditionally pretty, but are delicious all the same! This is a great opportunity to get large quantities of cooking apples for a low cost.

Back this year, Apple Valley Campground's food truck! The food truck will be open weekends and will be having apple seas...
09/20/2021

Back this year, Apple Valley Campground's food truck! The food truck will be open weekends and will be having apple season specials like apple topped fried dough and apple fries! Yum!

Mother nature creates some beautiful art.
09/20/2021

Mother nature creates some beautiful art.

Opening weekend at the orchard. Varieties of apples on the stand this week: Macintosh, Cortland, Red Corts, Jona Gold, E...
09/18/2021

Opening weekend at the orchard. Varieties of apples on the stand this week: Macintosh, Cortland, Red Corts, Jona Gold, Empire and Mutsu. We also have delicious pears available.

Today on the stand... Macintosh and Cortland apples and Bartlett Pears.
09/15/2021

Today on the stand... Macintosh and Cortland apples and Bartlett Pears.

09/12/2021
11/13/2020
And just like that it is the middle of October and yet another harvest season is rapidly coming to an end. What an amazi...
10/20/2020

And just like that it is the middle of October and yet another harvest season is rapidly coming to an end. What an amazingly beautiful and much too short fall. We will continue to be open until the end of the month with Macintosh and Cortland apples for sale at the stand. Pick your own will be limited to Northern Spy, Jonagold, Mutsu and Red Delicious apples only as there are still some of the later varieties left on the trees. Blessed are we to have had another wonderful season, thankful we are for the trees that continue to give us nutritious and beautiful fruit, grateful are we for our health that allows us to be here another harvest season and so appreciative we feel for our amazing customers who come back year to year and support our small family run orchard.

Cooler temperatures means the start of baking season and what a better way to enjoy fall than the smell of warm apple pi...
10/15/2020

Cooler temperatures means the start of baking season and what a better way to enjoy fall than the smell of warm apple pie and crisp bubbling in the oven. We have limited quanities of utility apples available for purchase at the stand which are just waiting to be bathed in cinnamon and sugar and cooked off into dessert (or breakfast, no judging here). The season is rapidly coming to an end. Don't miss your opportunity for fresh apples. It is a long time till next fall.

Northern Spy apples are green with red flush and striping and are a late season apple that is very winter hardy. They ha...
10/14/2020

Northern Spy apples are green with red flush and striping and are a late season apple that is very winter hardy. They have a white flesh and thin skin and are considered mildly sweet. They are a very hard apple and will store well. These apples are most popular for baking and making cider. Northern Spy apples originated in the early 1800's and were named after the hero in the novel "The Northern Spy" which was published in 1830. Did you know different varieties of apples have different vitamin C content? Northern Spy apples have some of the highest amounts of vitamin C with about 15-20 mg of vitamin C per 100 g of apple. The very popular Macintosh only has about 4 mg. Don't forget to eat the skin though to take full advantage of all those nutrients! Maybe there is something to say about that old saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away."

10/13/2020
Apple Cider

Nothing is more fall than apple cider!

What a better way to spend your Columbus weekend than to go apple picking?
10/10/2020

What a better way to spend your Columbus weekend than to go apple picking?

The long awaited and most requested apples, Macouns, are now ready to pick! Macouns, pronounced "Ma-cown" are a dark red...
10/07/2020

The long awaited and most requested apples, Macouns, are now ready to pick! Macouns, pronounced "Ma-cown" are a dark red with a purple-ish flush apple that is described as having both sweet and tart flavors. They originated in the early 1920's by crossing a Macintosh and a Jersey Black. They make an excellent eating apple and are by far our most popular apple variety.

And when you crush an apple with your teeth, say to it in your heart:Your seeds shall live in my body,And the buds of yo...
10/04/2020

And when you crush an apple with your teeth, say to it in your heart:
Your seeds shall live in my body,
And the buds of your tomorrow shall blossom in my heart,
And your fragrance shall be my breath,
And together we shall rejoice through all the seasons.
~Khalil Gibran

Our favorite color is October.
10/04/2020

Our favorite color is October.

Have you tried a Jonagold? These large, crisp, sweet and thinned skinned apples are a cross between a Yellow Delicious a...
10/04/2020

Have you tried a Jonagold? These large, crisp, sweet and thinned skinned apples are a cross between a Yellow Delicious and Jonathan. They are a yellow apple with red blushing and are good for both eating and baking. Come try one and see what you think!

Have you ever seen a more beautiful apple? Redcorts are a variation of a Cortland apple. They are crisp, juicy and sweet...
09/30/2020

Have you ever seen a more beautiful apple? Redcorts are a variation of a Cortland apple. They are crisp, juicy and sweet and are great for both eating and baking. A definite favorite here at the farm. We have just started picking these beautiful red purple skinned fruit which will be available for purchase on the stand or for pick your own.

The sun is out and we are now open! We needed the rain, but we do enjoy the sunshine.
09/30/2020

The sun is out and we are now open! We needed the rain, but we do enjoy the sunshine.

09/30/2020

Due to heavy rain and wind we will not be opening this morning. We will reevaluate this afternoon if the weather clears.

The weather is beautiful to be outside!
09/26/2020

The weather is beautiful to be outside!

These sweet kids showed up to the orchard dressed up as characters to match the Wizard of Oz scarecrow display. Thank yo...
09/26/2020

These sweet kids showed up to the orchard dressed up as characters to match the Wizard of Oz scarecrow display. Thank you Braylee and Mason for making our day!

Happy first day of fall and happy apple season! We are officially open 7 days a week, 9am-5pm.  We are currently picking...
09/22/2020

Happy first day of fall and happy apple season! We are officially open 7 days a week, 9am-5pm. We are currently picking Macintosh, Cortland and Pears and have a very limited amount of Honey Crisp available on the stand. Come enjoy these cool fall temperatures before the season is over.

09/22/2020
We are open!

We are open! Happy first day of fall! Happy apple season!

09/11/2020

Address

1008 Route 109
Acton, ME
04001

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

+12076515800

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Open mid September through late October. Hours: 9:00am-5pm 7 days a week. We offer many apple varieties for both pick your own and already picked and bagged. At our farm you will also find homemade apple pie and apple crisp, cider, pumpkins and crafts. Pick your Own Special: Buy two bags and get one free! Half Peck Bags- $5 Peck Bags- $9 Half Bushel Bags- $16

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We has the best afternoon at the farm! Thank you!
Will you be open tomorrow Tuesday the thr 5 th? If so, hours?😄
Is this pet friendly? Have a small Frenchie pup
Love of memories!
Drone shot this morning.
From this morning.
It's a beautiful day for apple picking and eating cider donuts!
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