5853 Southwood Drive
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Idyll Acres is a dedicated cider apple farm located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We grow special, mostly ancient apples: American, English and French varieties loved for their aromatic, tannic, astringent character. We grow lots of them. We also grow and sell the trees that produce these apples. If you are a cidermaker looking for commercial quantities of Reine des Pommes, Muscadet de Dieppe, Dabinett, Vilberie, and many more — or a grower looking for large quantities of trees…then you’ve found the right place.
Lonely Mountain Orchard is nestled on the slopes of the Manastash Ridge at an elevation of 2400 feet just outside of Ellensburg Washington. The name Manastash comes from the native Sahaptin word /máːmaštaš/, possibly meaning “we are going root digging”. For countless years the rich volcanic soil of this area has nurtured many peoples and the bounty of this land continues to this day.
Abundant sunshine, high daytime temperatures with dramatic temperature drops of up to 30F every night increases the sugar content and tannins of our traditional cider apples. It’s no wonder dozens of awards have been won by ciders crafted with cider apples from this orchard.
We have over twenty varieties of Traditional Cider apples for sale starting in September-November:
Virginia Crabapple, Kingston Black, Stoke Red, Brown Snout, Cox Orange Pippin, Michelin, Dabinett, Bramley, Golden Russet, Spitzenburg, Harry Masters Jersey, Winesap, Brown’s, Porter’s Perfection, Franklin Cider, Harrison, Wickson Crabapple and several “Unknown Heirloom” apple varieties from an original 1890’s homestead on San Juan Island.
3795 Gibson Road NW
Salem, OR 97304
Orchardist with 5 acres of cider varieties planted in 2019 with plans to machine harvest with a shaker and catcher.
23050 NW Roosevelt Dr.
Yamhill, OR 97128
A longtime family farm near Yamhill, Oregon, with a new orchard of cider apple varieties–and ambitions of making great cider.
8129 Clear Creek Road
Parkdale, OR 97041
Kiyokawa Family Orchards has been growing the finest produce available since 1911. We’re proud to be a part of the famous Hood River Valley, where the nation’s finest apples and pears are grown. The fertile soils found at the base of Mt. Hood and rarified, glacier-fed water sources create a unique growing environment allowing us to offer over 150 distinct varieties of apples, pears, asian pears, cherries and stone fruit. We take pride in promoting local and sustainably grown produce and utilize a farm management system that incorporates best management practices.
Facebook: Kiyokawa Family Orchards
P.O. Box 1427
Tonasket, Washington 98855
Organic fruit, orchard fresh.
All our fruit is certified organic and grown using regenerative agriculture practices. We produce multiple varieties of apples and pears, as well as currants, picked fresh and delivered to you at the height of ripeness.
5790 SW West Hills Road
Corvallis, OR 97333
We grow exclusively heritage apples, for the serious love of serious cider. Varieties come from Britain, France, and the U.S.
4235 Beach Drive East
Port Orchard, Washington 98366
Cider apple orchard.
32 Apple Tree Drive
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
We sit on 50 acres on the banks of Lake Roosevelt, isolated in the mountains and surrounded by forest land. Our fruit is bursting in flavor because of Sherman Creek, this natural mountain stream flows pure mineral rich water over our orchard nourishing it with fresh live water full of nutrients and minerals making our fruit and ciders most desirable. We sell our apples and pears by the bin and ciders by 250 gallon totes for wholesale customers. We have over 19 varieties of apples and 28 varieties of pears, peaches, cherries, apricots & plums. We are implementing biodiversity techniques and we are working on our Organic Certification.
Facebook: Sherman Creek Orchard & Resort
Benjamin Squire and John Latimer
300 Sandwith Road
Friday Harbor, WA
Seagate Farm’s primary crops are heirloom apples and pears for hard cider producers. We also incorporate a variety of other fruit trees, berries, cover crops, and native plants following organic principles and practices to increase biodiversity in the region and benefit our community.