Welcome to Hicks Orchard!
New York's Oldest U-Pick Orchard
    A Family Tradition since 1905

Located in Middle Granville, New York, in the Lower Adirondack Region on the New York/Vermont border, Hicks Orchard is a great place to spend a lazy summer day picking cherries, blueberries or an entire day during the fall apple harvest enjoying the best that eastern New York State has to offer.

Whether you're picking your own fruit on our farm, tempting your taste buds with hot cider donuts, watching apple cider being pressed in our cider mill, partaking in a guided tasting of our award winning hard ciders and Ice Ciders in Slyboro Ciderhouse,  visiting the barnyard animals or enjoying a fall wagon ride through the orchard, Hicks Orchard has something for everyone.

Featured News & Updates

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  • TODAY'S PICKING REPORT

    Early Weekend of McIntosh Apple Picking this Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 9-5pm Regular Upick season starts 9/12/15 with McIntosh and Cortlands.

  • McIntosh Apples will be in the Barn starting Saturday 9/5
    The first freshly picked McIntosh are due to be in the barn this Labor Day Weekend. MORE

  • Now Hiring for Fall Harvest!
    Hicks Orchard and Slyboro Ciderhouse are now accepting applications for the Fall Harvest Season. Come down to the farm and fill out your application! Lots of different jobs available and flexible hours.  Be part of the best fall fun around! MORE

  • Early Weekend of McIntosh Picking this Labor Day Weekend!
    The orchard will be open this Saturday, Sunday and Monday (9/5, 9/6 and 9/7) for early McIntosh Picking. MORE

  • Farm Store & Slyboro Ciderhouse Open Daily
    We are in that weird transition time between seasons...Cherry and Blueberry picking are over and we have a few days  to wait before apples are ripe for picking.  But the farm store at Hicks is still open along with the Hard Cider Tasting Room! MORE

  • New Orchard Policy: No Dogs Permitted
    According to the G.A.P. Food Safety plan, we can no longer allow dogs into the orchard. MORE