Our own Peaches, Plums & Lodi apples are in! Our Cafe remains closed at this time.
Where real food comes from...

Experience our Orchards

Where memories are made

Upcoming Events

Come experience Brown's Orchard! We strive to creative unique family experiences and lasting memories. We invite you to visit us throughout the year for art and music, special dinners, educational events and fun with food!

Upcoming Events
Education

School Tours & Group Tours

We are not booking any tours at this time.

We take pride in our orchards, farm, gardens, market and employees and love to share that with the community. The perfect way to learn about the importance of farming, food production, and respect for nature is to visit a real working farm. Our tours are fun and informative for all ages. It’s no wonder that teachers and bus tour companies return year after year to tour Brown’s Orchards.

Our former Yellow Church Road Farm

Pick-Your-Own Farm

The 98-acre farm on Yellow Church Road is a preserved agricultural piece of land and we are pleased to announce that this Farm, one time home to our Pick-Your-Own experience, has been sold to the Strathmeyer Family (you may know them from Strathmeyer Christmas Trees). The farm will be renamed, Orchard Valley Farm. The Strathmeyer family intends to open the farm to the public for Pick-Your-Own with the strawberries and many fruit trees that we planted there as well as with new plantings of pumpkins. They intend to plant Christmas Trees in the Spring creating a nearly year round Pick-Your-Own experience. It makes me very happy to know that this land will stay productive in the hands of the Strathmeyer Family and that it will continue to be a place for families to make memories for years to come. For updates go to their website https://www.pickorchardvalley....


Farming Practices

Orchard Life

Amidst the rolling hills of Southern York County, PA, Brown's Orchards stretches across a little over 100 breathtaking acres of rich scenic farmland. Brown’s grows & sells its own strawberries, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, and apples. To keep the harvest coming year after year, we practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM) methods. These farming practices limit the use of pesticides. We monitor each crop intently so we can make wise decisions about pest or disease control. Brown's Orchards are managed by Andrew Salisbury.

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