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Indian Orchards is a small family-run orchard (both pick your own fruit and a farm stand) located just 30 minutes west of Philadelphia, and 5 minutes from downtown Media. We grow a wide variety of hand-tended fruits, including local heritage apples picked from 100-year-old trees, peaches and plums famous for their rich flavor and juiciness, and lush fields of blueberry, raspberry, and blackberry bushes grown without any sprays. Surrounding the orchard is verdant, old forest with patches of paw paws and persimmons growing amidst the beeches and tulip poplars, and figs and Asian pears now complement our older fruit trees. We also sell the finest quality local produce – including vegetables, jams & jellies, maple syrup, local raw honey, eggs, Jersey tomatoes, pickles & relishes, and more.
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We loved our visit to Indian Orchards. The apples and blue berries we purchased were delicious and the farm is adorable. We stayed at the farmhouse (built in 1794!) and the owners were extremely friendly and accommodating. I'd highly recommend either visiting or staying here if you get a chance.
Awesome farm. Organically grown (but not certified), family-owned. friendly staff, cute farm stand, and awesome "open" face tractor hay ride. Beautiful display of flowers and pumpkins. We went on a Tuesday morning. Very quiet and beautiful. My toddler had a blast. They also have beautiful cats on the property. All rescues.
A quaint, family run farm. My girlfriend and I came to Indian Orchards to pick apples, pears, and peaches. It's currently late August, this is what was available, but there were signs for various other vegetables and fruits for picking, but it's late in the season now.
You pull into the farm driveway at the end of the road and speak with the attendant in the side building where you can purchase various natural and organic Farmers market type items. The girl at the counter was very helpful and had a wealth of knowledge about the farm and it's produce.
She showed us where to pick and have us a basket and that was that. We returned when we were done. The place was clean and not overcrowded.
There was a really nice large newly finished patio out back as well to picnic and hang out.
Good experience, great people.