Here are the more popular York Region farms & farm markets:
Applewood Farm and Winery
12442 McCowan Rd., Stouffville, L4A 7X5
905-642-4720 Fax: 905-642-9745
A scenic 87 acre farm with pick your own apples and strawberries in-season. Taste award-winning fruit wines made on the farm.
Bill’s Turkey Farm
2978 Holborn Rd, Queensville, L0G 1R0
905-478-4677 Fax: 905-478-4761
Turkeys are a staple for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas, and they don’t get any fresher than at the Farm.
122 Ashworth Rd., Mount Albert, L0G 1M0
905-473-3920 Fax: 905-473-6192
Taste fresh Asparagus, Currants, Gooseberries, Pumpkins, Raspberries, Squash, Strawberries, Saskatoon berries. Family activities include pig races, pumpkin cannons, straw jumps, “fixei8ht” forest, alien invasion, and corn maze at the FALL FUN FESTIVAL.
Coopers’ Goat & Veggy Farm
266 Ashwort Rd., Zephyr, ON, L0E 1J0
Farm Fresh vegetables and family fun. The Best Sweet Corn Ever, Supersweet Strawberries all summer and fall, Amazing Melons, and many other fantastically fresh vegetables. They also have a meat goat herd of 300+ head. Uxbridge Maize, a 10 acre corn labyrinth, the GTA’s best corn maze! Take a farm tour, and shop at their farm store.
Country Apple Orchard Farm
3105 16th Sideroad Side Road West, King City,
(west off Jane)
500 tree farm, producing apples since 1985. U-pick from the dwarf trees from mid AugustAlso available honey, pumpkins, apple pies, apple cider Open Mid August-October 10am-5pm. Closed Mondays, except on holiday Mondays. Guided school tours during summer and fall harvest include orchard growing & harvesting techniques, apple variety sampling and observing bee’s role in pollination.
11858 Warden. Ave, Gormley, L0H 1G0
Hwy 404 North to Stouffville Rd. head east to 2nd set of lights (Warden) turn right (South) for 1 Km south, on right (west) side of rd.
Incredible selection of pick-your-own produce. Nothing is fresher than picking your own. Their Market always has extra items worth checking out. Open August 1-October 31 Call for which vegetable is available for picking & hours
Forsythe Family Farms
10539 Kennedy Rd, Unionville, L6C 1N8
905-887-1087 Fax: 905-887-9713
See farm animals, mazes, play areas, weekend wagon rides and enchanted forest. Barn market with fresh Ontario produce, pies and preserves. Pick your own strawberries and pumpkins. Harvest Festival each weekend in October.
3961 Old Homestead Rd, Sutton, L0E 1R0
Fresh picked or pick-your-own, apple cider, maple syrup, honey, baking and jam. Open Thur-Sunday from Labour Day weekend
5538 Bloomington Rd., Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, L4A 7X3
A scenic 87 acre farm with pick your own apples and strawberries in season. Also grows broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage. Home-made bakery products now available on-farm.
8597 Old Shiloh Rd, Pefferlaw, L0E 1N0
705-437-1953 Fax: 705-437-1953
A family-owned and operated business with a variety of home-grown all-natural fruits and vegetables, using minimal pesticide and a non-toxic plant food that is environmentally safe and provides superior nutrition. Produce includes cantaloupe, strawberries, watermelon, beans, beets, carrots, sweet corn, cucumber, garlic, gourds, lettuce, onions, sugar snap peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, zucchini. Open: June 20 to October 8, Mon-Sat 10 am to 8 pm Produce is sold in-season. Call for availability.
22645 Leslie St., East Gwillimbury, L0G 1RO
Organically-grown produce, Ontario maple syrup, apples, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, honey, and much more. Harvest season corn maze. Open Mid-March to September, daily 10am to 6pm.
Perennial Petals (Flower Farm)
3332 Stouffville Rd., Stouffville, ON, L4A 7X5
A flower farm specializing in fresh cut and dried varieties. They also exhibit at the Newmarket Main Street Farmers’ Market.
16540 11th Concession, Schomberg, ON, L0G 1T0
(Hwy. 400 North to Hwy. 9, west past Hwy. 27 to King Concession. 11, then south for 1 ½ mile.)
905-939-7036 or 1-800-621-9177
Located on the Oak Ridges Moraine, a 12,000 year-old glacial feature, Puck’s hosts over 20,000 elementary students a year, and serves as a memorable site for your “wedding on a wagon” and private or corporate hayrides. Group tours $9 per person (1 adult per 8 kids admitted free). Pets not allows.
Reesor Farm Kitchen
100 Ringwood Dr., Stouffville, ON, L6B 1A8
Best known for their strawberries, but they have lots of other treats we have to offer. Shepherd’s Pie is made with locally grown potatoes and Certified Organic locally raised beef. Open Monday-Friday: 9:00 am-5:30 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am – 5 pm, Sunday closed.
Directions From Markham, follow Markham Road North to Stouffville Road. Turn right onto Stouffville Road then right again onto Ringwood Dr.
From Toronto, Hwy. 404 to Stouffville Road, go east, crossing Hwy. 48 (also known as Markham Road) then make the first right hand turn onto Ringwood Dr.
Reesor Farm Market
10825 Ninth Line Line, Markham, ON, L6B 1A8
Reesor Farm Market had its beginning back in 1985 with sweet corn as the main crop. Now they feature fresh fruit and vegetables. Strawberry picking starts mid to late June for 3-5 weeks. Corn picking from mid-July till the end of September. Also, delicious baking & entrees from Reesor Farm Kitchen. Open early June until early November.
Rose Family Farm
R.R.#3, Mount Albert, L0G 1M0
905-473-3574 Fax: 905-473-2184
Taste the freshest fries from potatoes grown, sold and cooked right on the premises. You-pick raspberries and strawberries in season. Buy pork tenderloin, sausages, ribs, schnitzel, chicken breasts, beef patties, striploin steaks, and Leadbetter Cowboy steaks at The Meat Shop, where you can also buy Empire cheese, maple syrup and jams. Open year round 9 am -5 pm, closed Sundays Nov-May, fries every weekend May-Nov.
Round the Bend Farm
16225 Jane St., R.R.#1, Kettleby, L0G 1J0
905-727-0023 Fax: 905-727-0023
Buy fresh fruits and vegetables (including asparagus, strawberries, tomatoes, sweet corn, broccoli, pumpkins, squash, and gourds), flowers, hanging baskets, turkey products and home-baked pies. Open May-mid November Call for hours
Strawberry Creek Farm Market
17471 Woodbine Ave, Newmarket, L4P 4A3
905-656-7127 Fax: 905-656-7127
Pick-your-own strawberries, and variety of homegrown vegetables. Call for picking hours. Open Monday-Sunday 9 am-6 pm
170 Juliana Rd., R.R.#2, Newmarket, L0E 1R0
905-775-6217 Fax: 905-775-6218
Buy your bedding plants, hanging baskets, custom order hanging baskets, succulents, flowering kale & cabbage and mums. Guided interpretative tours of the Holland Marsh, by appointment. Flowers-May to July, Tours-June to October.
Thompson Potato Farm
19228 McCowan Rd, Mount Albert, L0G 1W0
905-473-2169 Fax: 905-473-2320
Produce fresh from the farm, including beans, carrots, cucumbers, sweet corn, onions, peas. Open daily 7 am-5 pm.
950 Woodchoppers Lane, Kettleby, ON, L0G 1J0
An organic oasis in the Holland Landing valley. The family began farming in the early 1900s, and moved from Holland to the Holland Marsh in 1949. In the late 1970s the began growing lettuce, becoming one of the largest in the province. In the mid 1990s, developed organic growing techniques for greenhouses. Their produce is available at 6 farmers’ markets and even featured in local restaurants.
Whittamore’s Berry Farm
8100 Steeles Ave. East, Markham, L6B 1A8
(next to the Rouge River Valley)
905-294-3275 Fax: 905-294-8232
Whittamore’s Country Farm Market sells freshly picked fruits and vegetables in season as well as a baked goods, preserves, Ontario maple syrup and honey. You can also visit the barnyard animals, enjoy the countryside, and pick-your-own fresh strawberries, raspberries (summer & fall), vegetables and tomatoes. Enjoy our harvest festival weekends in October at Pumpkinland and choose your jack-o-lantern from 1000’s of pumpkins. Open daily May-Oct. Hours & activities vary with season, please call,