Indian Orchards Fall Season is open!  10-6 pm daily

CIDER is here! Pumpkins & Mums AND Pick Your Own APPLES GALORE!

Sustainably-grown, Non-GMO & Pesticide-free produce

Stop By Our On-Site Farm Stand to purchase fruit and produce we’ve picked for you.* Farm stand admission is FREE EVERY DAY! 

Weekday Pick Your Own Fruit admission (except for Sept/Oct holidays) is $3.50/person during main PYO season.  Admission fee helps support the farm & sustainable agriculture. 

Weekend/Holiday admission is $11/person, includes a Hayride* (Only Weekends/ Holidays Sept/Oct.). Get admission wristband at Farm stand, and your baskets. Apples are charged at a per pound rate. (admission is free to simply shop at our on-site farm stand).

Also included in weekend admission are personal golf cart rides to and from pick your own Apples, Figs and VeggieLand areas!

*Weekend/Holiday admission includes hayrides, whether you choose to take advantage of them or not. Weekend admission fee may be reduced during severe weather; stop at farm stand to check.

We accept Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Zelle, and Credit Cards* (for CC only, there is a $15 minimum). *Sorry we don’t accept Am Ex.

[Weekends only, during Sept/Oct Apple Season, Groups of 15 or more we are asking  you to call or text in advance to make a reservation / appointment to be sure we can accommodate you during our busiest times. Please Text/Call Gaile, 610-888-6969, in advance with your group name & number of people, expected day or arrival (and receive a response) BEFORE you arrive – so we can have your tickets and writst bands ready for your group.

Pick-Your-Own Apples season is in full swing!

PYO Tomatoes late-season heirloom varieties and other fall veggies. Stop by the farm stand for fruit, corn, vegetables and other fresh produce we’ve picked for you… or register at the stand 1st, and sign up to pick your own fruit and vegetables. *

**We have a PAY FOR WHAT YOU PICK POLICY (per lb/pint) – Please be careful – weight can be deceiving. Also, we can’t put the fruit back on trees or bushes!

Open 10 am to 6 pm daily

Located 5 minutes from Media, PA and less than 30 minutes from Philadelphia, this 100 plus year-old location is tucked away off of Rt 352 in Delaware County, click/tap for map/directions. For your GPS (click or tap to see a google map & directions): 29 Copes Lane, Media PA 19063.
Questions call: 610 564-0794

*Our PYO 2022 season is has begun! Pick Your Own Fruits & Vegetables are always shifting as Mother Nature is pushing through the season. See our Pick your Own Fruit page for details; Weekdays there is a $3.50 PYO per person admission fee that helps support the farm so we can keep bringing  sustainably-grown, pesticide-free fruits & vegetables to your table. (Sept/Oct. weekends/holidays only, admission is $11, includes a hayride.) Stop by the Farm Stand to register and get your wristbands and baskets.

Or stop by our on-site, air conditioned Farm Stand to buy the selection of fruits and veggies we’ve picked for you! and some from selected from other local sources. No admission fee is charges to shop at our farm stand!

Don’t forget that Indian Orchards is available for your next event – birthday parties, bridal & baby showers, and weddings too – see our special events page.

Please abide by Social Distancing Rules; Mask are currently optional, but please abide by state/federal guidelines as they change.

What Fruit and Produce is Available When?

Fruit ripens in its own good time with help from pollinators and the weather, but listed below is the general months/seasons when our fruits and veggies are available (they often overlap). Local Honey is available year-round, along with sustainably harvested firewood & our own fresh-pressed cider too!:

Indian Orchards Farm pick your own BlueberriesJune: Blueberries and Raspberries (when Mother Nature decides it’s time – usually the 2nd-3rd weekIndian Orhcards Pick your own raspberries in June); New this year Strawberries! Some early summer vegetables too.

July: blueberries, raspberries, peaches, blackberries, vegetables (including bell peppers, cucumbers, and hot peppers – early tomatoes show up sometime in July)

August: blackberries, plums, nectarines, peaches, pears, early apples, vegetables (tomatoes have definitely joined the veggie crowd by August – we have over 30 Heirloom tomato varieties!)

September: raspberries, blackberries, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, Figs, our own Cider, APPLES (Both Pick Your Own and at our on-site Farmstand), pawpaws (the squirrels beat us to them this year) & vegetables – heirloom tomatoes, peppers, green beans, zucchini and more

Indian Orchards Pick your own ApplesOctober: PUMPKINS, Apples* (Prime PYO time & at farm stand), Cider (our own fresh pressed), raspberries, some figs. Hayrides included in weekend admission.

November: Apples* and cider*, pumpkins* (*later in the season, Pick Your Own may be over & apples may only be at the farmstand), some figs & persimmons. Call to see if we have Hayrides.Indian orchards Pumpkins Media PA

December: Christmas trees & holly (we cut Christmas trees in advance, or you can select your own and have us cut it for you)/ We also have firewood for sale Dec-March.

If you’d rather have us pick what’s ripe for you, you can also grab what we have at our farm stand. *Sometimes, due to the weather, a particular fruit, such as apples, may only be available at the farm stand (where we have picked it from out orchards for you), rather than pick-your-own, as there are not enough of the fruit for folks to find/pick themselves. This often happens later on in a fruit’s season – late Oct/Nov.

Come explore the variety of Sustainably-grown and Pesticide-free fruits and vegetables on our 108 plus year-old orchard.

A FEW pro-rated FARM SHARES / CSAs* are still Available

Get Your Indian Orchards CSA / Farm / Fruit Shares in Media, PA for 2022 Before they Sell Out, Supporting our 100 plus year old farm AND picking up bags of fresh produce weekly June through October, makes a great gift!

CSA/Farm shares pick up begins in late spring/early-summer when the fruits and fresh vegetables  begin to wake up.

Thanks to those who helped support the early season at the farm with this purchase! Spring is the time to support the farm and get your full or half CSA* – Farm Share. *Community Supported Agriculture – We are all in this together! Runs – June through October and is pro-rated if you join mid-season (depending on when the bushes actually WAKE UP, blueberries are first, THEN  WE RUN THROUGH OCTOBER/NOV with many different varieties of producefrom our orchard, and in the fall Apples galore!) Expect to stop by weekly (or bi-weekly for half-shares) and pick up your share of fresh, sustainably-grown, pesticide-free fruits & vegetables/fresh produce. The select number of Farm Shares we sell help give us extra “seed money” each year to get things rolling at the farm as there is a lot of hard work fixing, repairing, planting and protecting the plantings that goes on at this time of year.  Remember 1st Come = 1st Served for CSA / fruit/ farm shares, slots are limited.

Click here to download and fill out our Farm Share form!

Then please mail it to us, or drop it off, with your check/payment information to:  INDIAN ORCHARDS, 27 Copes Lane, Media, PA 19063

Indian Orchards one RaspberryWe are a Family-Run Farm since 1913. Please help support us and get great tasting sustainably-grown, chemical-free fruits and veggies for your family with our limited number of Farm Shares. You will receive a bag filled with our finest offerings each week, supplemented from time to time with locally-made preserves. Full Shares are picked up weekly at our farm, Half Shares every other week, from midJune through October. Pricing: $695 for a Full Share, or $425 for a Half Share.

While nature prevents us from being able to guarantee the availability of certain items every season, you can generally expect to find the following fruits in your share once their season starts:

Blueberries – Raspberries – Blackberries – Peaches – Plums

                                 Nectarines – Pears – Apples – Grapes – Apricots

                            Persimmons – Jams – Jellies – Preserves – A  Wide Variety of Fresh Vegetables 

                                  Fresh Apple Cider – Pumpkins and selected Cut your own Christmas trees

Questions? Please call  610-888-6969 – indian.orchards.farm@gmail.com

Indian Orchards media Pa

PYO – Pick Your Own season for 2022 is off to the races! Early Apples – (many apple varieties are now available). Plus late-summer produce. We have other goodies at the farm stand, our own honey and Firewood for sale too. No admission fee to shop at our farm stand.

Summer Season: Sustainably-grown and pesticide-free berries, fruit and produce (blueberries, blackberries and raspberries peaches, plus Asparagus, Spinach, Swiss Chard, and snap peas followed by cucumbers, summer squash, tomatoes and more). We always have our home-grown honeyIndian orchards Pumpkins Media PA from our farm.  Check out our renovated & insulated Farm stand (with new ice cream freezer). Ice cream freezer donated by & Farm stand shelves built by Albert Marrinelli Sr.

Thanks for support our 108 plus year-old family-run farm! 

Farm Phone:  610- 564-0794 or 610-888-6969* indian.orchards.farm@gmail.com

Location – click below for map

 29 Copes Lane, Media PA 19063

Locally Grown Fruit and Vegetables Farm stand and Pick Your Own

Sustainably-grown, Non-GMO & Pesticide-free

Help support sustainable agriculture!

Farmstand is open and the 2022 Pick Your Own Fruit and Veggies season has begun. Thanks to those who support us this year!  We are working hard and caring for the orchard. Hours: Daily – 10 AM TO 6 PM – INCLUDING WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS* Get your 2022 Farmshare/CSA now!


Are you tired of being cooped up inside? Come spend some quality time socially distancing outside and help our Family-run 108 plus-year-old farm and help us prepare for next year or help with netting for our blueberry patch and more! we appreciate any pair of hands and time you can spare on our lovely orchard grounds – call Gaile – 610-888-6969 

Call us if you need any special arrangements especially if at end-of-day as we live on-site and we are happy to assist when we can!


*Events 610-888-6969 – Birthdays, Weddings and more click here 

Connect with us: Click to Like us on Facebook to see what’s fresh and in season! or click here to find us on Instagram.

(Weekday* Admission Fee $3.50 Per-Person during Pick Your Own Season mid-June- Oct.  Weekends & *Holidays Sept/Oct admission is $11/person, includes hayride). No fee charged to simply shop at our on-site farm stand,:

 *$Our per person admission charge for pick your own fruit and veg helps to support our work to bring sustainably-grown, pesticide-free fruits & vegetables to your table and keep the 108 plus-year-old historic farm going. For farmstand and PYO payments we accept major credit cards or Venmo, but no Amex/Discover, due to high fees.

*We have a PAY FOR WHAT YOU PICK POLICY (per lb/pint) – Please be careful – weight can be deceiving. Also, we can’t put the fruit back on trees or bushes!

Stop by our on-site farm stand and select from what we have already pi ked for you – or sign up for a weekly farm share (see info above).

Fruits and Vegetables Grown Using Sustainably-grown and Pesticide-free techniques

Indian Orhcards Pick your own raspberries

Our Fruits and vegetables are grown using natural, sustainable, pesticide-free techniques; we also use IPM or Integrated Pest Management as well.

How do I pick My Own Fruits and Veggies? – click here for more info  There is a $3.50 Per Person Picking fee to pick your own fruit to help sustain and support our over 100-year-old orchards (fee may be waived before June and late fall days (Nov etc) when the Veggieland/Fall Apple pickings are slim.) PYO Apples and Apples at our farm stand starts in the fall.

Stop by the farm stand to register and get baskets to hold your haul. We’ll also let you know what’s in season that day and where to go, especially if you are looking for a specific variety of fruit – like apples – we have Many different varieties that ripen at different times of the season!

Our Farm stand (click for more info):

If you don’t want to/have time to pick your own fruits and vegetables – we pick what’s ripe and in season so you can just grab and go. We also carry a great variety of locally-sourced goodies – including our OWN raw local honey, heirloom veggies including tomatoes, apple and pumpkin butters, locally-made jams and jellies, Pennsylvania maple syrup, and in the fall our own Apple Cider and Pumpkins. Our other products complement the fruit we grow, and change throughout the year according to what’s in season. No admission fee charged to shop at our store.Indian Orchards media Pa

Looking for a place to Pick Your Own Apples and other Fruit in PA? (2022 PYO Apple season won’t come until late summer/early fall). Located 5 minutes from Media, PA and less than 30 minutes from Philadelphia, this 100 plus year-old location is tucked away off of Rt 352 in Delaware County. We just do fruit and fresh vegetables (and in fall we cut your own Christmas trees and Picked-for-you Pumpkins, & firewood year round) – so avoid the crowds and head over to our quiet farm… 27 Copes Lane, Media, PA 19063. If you’re tired of the lines elsewhere just to get your fruits and veggies – come on down.

Firewood for Sale!

We also have sustainably harvested cut Firewood for sale. Thank you for supporting sustainable agriculture! Pease fill out our form: See our Firewood page here.

What else is there at Indian Orchards?

–Birthday Parties, Hayrides (socially-distanced), Tours of the Historic Orchard, Weddings, Corporate Events and More!

Click for more info on Birthday Parties, School Group Tours and more

Click here for our Events Venue: Weddings, Anniversary Parties, School and Family Reunions and more, and our separate AirBNB rental of the Inn and Indian Orchards.

For info on hosting an event or wedding at historic Indian Orchards event venue, see out save the date form at the link above and call Gaile at 610-888-6969

Donations accepted at the Farm stand for the restoration of our 200-year-old barn – Click here to see our about page for more of our history.