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Weekend Activities

There’s tons of fun every weekend at Curtis Orchard! There’s no admission charge, so enjoy our place for free, or pay for some of the affordable fun activities as you like. It’s up to you!

Check out a map of all you can do out here!

Apple Picking — Early August through October

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We also have plenty of apples available inside our store! Keep in mind that:

1)  Not all varieties sold in the store are available for u-pick
2)  You must first purchase a u-pick bag in the store for orchard entrance.

Last U-Pick admissions is at 5:30 pm.

U-PICK Admission Prices

  • $9 per person — 1/4 peck bag included free (holds 8-10 apples)
  • 5+ admissions — $8 each person
  • Kids under 36″ free with paid parent or guardian (no bag included)
  • Did you know? A portion of your admission fee goes to support Every Drop Matters, a nonprofit devoted to bringing clean water to those in need by providing water purification systems. Learn more at EveryDropMatters.org.

Outdoor Activities

Check out a map of all you can do out here!

July 20th – October 31st

Munchkinland toddler areaFree!
Petting ZooFree!
Play-All-Day Putt 'n PlayWeekday Wristband July & Aug special
$9 - 1st admission; $7 - each additional. (Parent/guardian admitted with paid child)
Emerald City Rope Maze Included with Weekday Wristband. Unlimited play.
Pumpkin Jack's Jump PadIncluded with Weekday Wristband. Unlimited play.
Giant Corn Maze
Add $1 per wristband.

Token Prices:

1 = $1.25

13 = $15

18 = $20

100 = $100

Image of child playing on an inflatable slide.

August 26, 2023 – October 29, 2023 (Weekends)

  • All of the above, plus…
Wicked Orchard Air Cannon3 tokens
Tractor Tour3 tokens
Emerald City Rope Maze3 tokens
Giant Corn Maze5 tokens
Pony Ride5 tokens
Carousel Slide1 token
Giant Jumping Jacks Pumpkin Pad2 tokens
Giant Slide1 token

Other Activities

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Pumpkin Picking — open mid September through early November 

Curtis Orchard features plenty of pumpkins – small sugar pies to regular jack o’ lanterns, and everything in between.  Even weird, warty knuckle-heads and colored pumpkins like blue, white, and tan “Libby” pumpkins! Don’t forget that we have a wide variety of squash and gourds too.

Check out the Pumpkin Patch!