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Contact Us Today

Reisinger's Apple County
2750 Apple Lane (Off Ellison Road)
Watkins Glen, New York 14891

Phone: 607.535.7493

Hours of Operation

During Harvest (August - November)
Open 7 days a week from 9:00am - 6:00pm.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or visit us on our Facebook page.

Think Spring!!

Most of Apple tree pruning is behind us now. We took advantage of the relatively warm, snow-free early winter weather and went for it.

Now we have time to make plans for this year and beyond. This spring we will plant 100 Ginger Gold, 260 Paula Red, 130 Honey Crisp & 100 Gala. Also, Lisa, Ward & Family will plant 2 acres of peaches and another ½ acre of raspberries.

2016 will be a big planting year for us; 300 Ruby Mac, 400 Gala, 800 Honey Crisp and 1000 Snap Dragon.

Planning ahead for 1000 more trees to go in during the spring of 2017.

Pruning Work shop is set for Saturday, March 21, 9 am till noon at our farm. Pruning demonstrations will be given on apples, pears, peaches and plums. Towards the end we will tackle an abandoned apple tree. For information and to pre-register, call Schuyler County CCE @ 607-535-7161 or sign up online at https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/fruittreepruning2015_244

New Apple Publication for Home Orchardists
For the past 3 years I have worked with Molly Shaw (former Tioga County CCE Educator), Debbie Breth (CCE Pest Management Specialist from the Lake Ontario Fruit Area) and others to write “Apple IPM for Beginners”. This is a guide for new fruit growers to help them protect their orchards from pests and diseases. It includes a series of 15 How to Fact Sheets for particular pests and diseases. You can view this publication on line at http://www.fruit.cornell.edu/orchard-ipm/. To order a hard copy, contact Debbie Breth at lof.cce.cornell.edu.
Now that a new growing season is upon us, I will be updating my orchard blog with what we are doing in the orchard each week. Click on the link below. https://fingerlakesorchard.wordpress.com/

Welcome to Reisinger’s Apple Country

Taste our apples and raspberries in the field then you can decide what is best for you and your family.  Over Twenty Varieties Available.  Plenty of wagons for hauling fruit and kids.  Bags provided.  Stroll through acres and acres of fruit and enjoy the beauty of the Finger Lakes.  Bring a picnic lunch.  Take lots of pictures.

Peaches, Pears, Plums and Blueberries available seasonally in store.

Homemade Apple Cider Donuts made every weekend.

Our fruit is used to make our own Jams, Jellies and Apple Butter in our processing kitchen. 

Apple Cider will be available beginning in September.

We tap our maple trees and make wonderful Maple Syrup.

Reisinger’s family members put their Talents to work making fancy aprons, colorful photography, potholders, necklaces, dish clothes and hand crafted birdhouses and feeders.

Pumpkins, Squash and Gourds are grown on-site in a four acre patch and are sold in mass displays up by the sales barn (all reasonably priced).

Vegetables, Garlic and Honey grown by local farmers are sold in our barn throughout the season.

Lots of fresh bagged apples in the sales barn.

Plenty of pre-picked fruit for non-u-pickers.

Senior Citizen discount on Wednesday’s on u-pick fruit. 

Learn about fruit growing from our educational displays.  

Come enjoy our farm!

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No Pets Policy

We love our pets here on the farm, but unfortunately, we cannot permit pets in the orchard. A shady parking area is provided upon request. Service Dogs permitted of course.

See Our Local Orchard Updates!

Check out Rick’s Orchard Blog - Learn what is going on in the orchard and what is being done to grow a crop throughout the year.