Pick Your Own Apples
Fresh and mouth-watering
Willowbrook Apple Farm is officially closed for the 2022 season. We want to extend a huge thank you to every person who visited us. Our apple-picking season wouldn’t be the same without your joyous, smiling faces. Stay tuned as we look ahead to the 2023 season!
Thank you again for your generosity and excitement when you visit our farm. It wouldn’t be the fall without seeing families enjoy one of our favorite autumn traditions.
Stayman WinesapRipens Mid to Late October
Our Stayman Winesaps are the main staples of our orchard and were planted in 1910. They have a juicy off-white flesh that is firm and provides a sweet but slightly tart, wine-like flavor. They are great for eating raw, but also perfect apples for pies and sauces.
JonagoldRipens Mid-September to Early October
The Jonagold is a cross between the crisp golden delicious and the blush-crimson Jonathan. They form a large sweet fruit with a thin skin. Jonagold is popular as a dessert apple.
Sweet SixteenRipens Mid-September
Considered one of the best fresh-off-the-tree eating apples, it is extremely sweet with a richly complex flavor. Ripens in mid-September. The sweet sixteen has a flavor like vanilla with a hint of molasses and fine bourbon. A definite favorite!
A well-balanced, crisp apple known for extra juiciness due to its large cells. They are great for off-the-tree eating, but are also good for baking and our favorite, apple sauce.
Double DeliciousRipens Late September
The double delicious combines the golden delicious and the red delicious, creating a sweet, plump and juicy apple that is great for eating off the tree or baking.
Seek No FurtherRipens Late September to Early October
This apple has a yellowish-white flesh that is crisp, tender and juicy. Considered a dessert apple, it has a highly distinctive taste and smell.
LibertyRipens Mid to Late October
The liberty apple is derived from Macoun. It is a Macintosh-style apple with red skin and juicy flesh. The flavor is sharper than other Mac-related varieties with a sweet-tart flavor. They are great for eating raw but are also used for sautéed compotes and baking.
From Our Family To Yours
Enjoy the fruit of generational family farming
The apple trees on Willowbrook Apple Farm were planted in 1910 and have been lovingly cared for by generations of family farmers. We invite you to come experience u-pick apples and u-press apple cider this fall at Willowbrook Apple Farm and savor just how amazing our Stayman-Winesap apples are fresh off the tree. Surrounded by fall colors in the San Bernardino mountains, you can enjoy our locally grown food, freshly pressed apple cider, meet our farm animals, and experience small farm life in a picturesque setting. We open for berries and visits Labor Day Weekend, will launch apple picking when they are ripe, and our last day open for u-pick and u-press will be noted when the apples are gone. We look forward to seeing you and welcoming you to Willowbrook Apple Farm!
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