HELLO! We’ve been waiting for your visit, so c’mon in!
There is ALWAYS something going on at Almar Orchards…
WE’RE OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK UNTIL NEW YEAR’S EVE!
The 2017 harvest was impacted by the frost and freeze event during May’s full moon. This will limit some varieties of apples. Please follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on the fall crop. Or, feel free to give us a call during our regular business hours: 810-659-6568
FALL HOURS (current to January 1st):
Monday – Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM daily
SUNDAYS — NOON to 6 PM
CHRISTMAS EVE 12/24/17 — OPEN NOON to 3 PM
CLOSED Christmas Day 12/25/17
NEW YEARS EVE — OPEN NOON to 3 PM
CLOSED NEW YEARS DAY
CLOSED TUESDAY JANUARY 2nd, 2018
Winter Hours Begin on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018
Yes, we’re open year round!
*CALL FOR DETAILS/DIRECTIONS! 810-659-6568
(View a map to the orchard on our Facebook Page. @AlmarOrchardsOrganic)
SPECIAL EVENTS NOTICE: Check Facebook for the LATEST INFO.
(The 5th Annual Scrumpy Skedaddle is Sunday, Ocotber 7th, 2018.)
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL NO LONGER OFFER UNPASTEURIZED
APPLE CIDER ANY LONGER. Please read this notice:
Almar Farm & Orchards is a family-owned, fourth and fifth-generation establishment. With hundreds of sprawling acres dedicated to organic fruit trees, organic crop land, meadows, and pastures, it is a uniquely magical place. We are one of the largest organic apple orchards this side of the Rocky Mountains!
Enjoy the farm animals, playground, shop in our Farm Market, or simply sit back in our picnic area with a cup of hot apple cider (cool months) or an apple cider slushie (warm months)!
Jim and Karen Koan, son and daughter-in-law of Albert and Mary Koan, have spent their lives dedicated to providing the best fruits and vegetables that can be found in the mid-Michigan area. Jim Koan is a graduate of the University of Michigan and a member of the Board of Directors for many Agricultural Committees both throughout the State and County. Karen Koan is a retired teacher and works at the orchard during the busiest season. Two of Jim and Karen’s children – Zachary and Monique – are co-owners in this operation and work alongside their parents to ensure its continued expansion.