Weaver’s Orchard Farm Market & Pick-Your-Own Farm
A destination for homegrown produce & events near Reading & Lancaster County
Weaver’s Orchard Farm Market is nestled in the scenic hills of Berks County, just 15 minutes south of Reading, Pa.
Our farm market is open all year! Stop by Monday-Saturday. We are closed on Sundays.
Our FARM MARKET is open 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Find fresh homegrown produce and more when browsing our produce selection. Order sandwiches, salads, and cold cuts from our deli and select locally raised free-range meats and locally made and sourced artisan cheeses. From mid-May to early November, our orchard offers pick-your-own fruit in season. Crops include apples, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, kiwiberries, peaches, pears, plums, pumpkins, raspberries and the season starts in the end of May with strawberries. We use an Integrated Pest Management approach with our farming practices that employs many preventative and organic methods to ensure that our crops and our land remain healthy.
Order Fruit Baskets & Ship Apples
Ship Berks County apples to friends & family far away, or order fruit basket for pick-up or local delivery. Order online, in store or by phone.
Open All Year
Find our homegrown produce and our award-winning freshly pressed apple cider in our year-round farm market, which also features a bakery, a deli and a selection of all-natural dairy items and free-range meats. Don’t forget the baked goods and coffee and espresso beverages from Kim’s Café stand at Weaver’s Orchard, open in the mornings!
Our homemade applesauce, apple butter, raw honey and many other jarred good and cookbooks make the perfect gift for a teacher, boss, coworker or as a stocking stuffer. Browse our online store and place your order, or shop our market for even more inspiration.
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