The Apple Shed is  Now Open for the 2018 Season!

Quick Info

  • Store Hours starting June 15th:
    Monday – Thursday CLOSED
    Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 10AM – 6PM
    Day/Hours will be extended as more produce is available
    Map/Directions
  • Phone: 315-331-6294

Farm Market

The Apple Shed season begins in June with the start of strawberry season and continues followed by tomatoes, blueberries and peaches starting mid- to late-July.  Apple season begins in late-August, then in late-November we offer fresh-cut and u-cut Christmas trees.

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Old Goat Hard Cider

The Old Goat Cidery at The Apple Shed is open Friday , Saturday and Sunday Noon- 6PM. Try all our great varieties of hard cider. Order a flight, a pint with lunch, or take home a howler today!

Ciders on Tap:

Heritage

Berry Old Goat (Cranberry)

Sweet Nanny (Blueberry)

Fall ‘n Old Goat (Cider Donut)

Tropic of Capricorn – (Pineapple/Mango)

Honey Crisp

 

 

 

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Kids Crafts

Kids love The Apple Shed! This season The Apple Shed will be hosting Fun Fridays with a variety of crafts for you and your little ones to enjoy. Fun Fridays Craft Time begins on June 22nd and will run consecutively through August 31st. Craft time will be held in the tent behind The Apple Shed. Come anytime between 10:30-11:30AM to make some memorable moments at The Apple Shed. The weekly featured crafts are limited to a first come first serve basis, but don’t worry, we will have back up crafts so everyone from ages 2-10 will have a Fun Friday!

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Special Events

Come and taste the “signature” dishes and drinks  from restaurateurs, growers and manufactures located throughout Wayne County. The Apple Shed is once again excited to be participating in this years Taste of Wayne County. Food & drink vendors will have delicious delights for your sampling pleasure. We hope to see you on July 17th  from 4:30-8:30PM on Van Buren Street in Newark along the T Spencer Night Park on the canal. Tickets can be purchased at www.tasteofwaynecounty.org

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The Farm

Maple Ridge Farm was established in 1906. The Farm is now on it’s 4th generation of Family. The Apple Shed opened in 1973 and has served local residents and visiting customers ever since. Visit our farmyard friends including goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, and a bunny! Come enjoy lunch at our country Café’ ad don’t forget to stop by and try out The Old Goat Hard Cidery.

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Lake Ontario Wine Trail Passport

For just $15 visit any of the participating locations during their regular business hours as you travel along beautiful Lake Ontario at your leisure. Enjoy a free tasting at every winey, cidery and distillery. Receive a special offer at each stop and collect a stamp in your passport marking each offer as redeemed. Passports can be purchased at participating location or at www.lakeontarionwinetrail.com/passport

The Apple Shed: Quality Fruit and Vegetables for over 100 Years

 The Apple Shed season begins in June with the start of strawberry season followed by tomatoes, blueberries and peaches starting mid- to late-July. Apple season begins in late-August, then in late-November we offer fresh-cut and u-cut Christmas trees.Since 1907, our family has been growing the finest quality fruit and vegetables on the land surrounding The Apple Shed. Third-generation owners, Gary & Barb Wells opened The Apple Shed as a fruit stand and cider mill in 1973 when fourth-generation owner Matt Wells was just a toddler. In the last 40 years, the Shed and farm have grown significantly, but we have stayed true to the original mission of growing quality produce for our customers.

 

Besides growing quality fruit and vegetables, The Apple Shed offers season-long family fun with our Farmyard Friends, playground and our famous Corn Slide; these activities are free and available all season during store hours.  Be sure to stop in the store and shop our great selection of food items, gifts, gadgets and country & primitive home décor. Don’t forget get check out the Country Café’,  we’re sure you’ll love what’s cookin’!