Welcome to Park Hill Orchard!

The Royal Frog Ballet & The Rural Academy Theater present

THE MUCK BOOT BANQUET!
Feast of the Puddle Jumpers?

Saturday, April 19th at 1:00 and 5:00
Saturday, April 26th at 1:00 and 5:00

Links: The Royal Frog Ballet - www.ruralacademytheater.com

Winding through an apple orchard in the stark but about-to-burst state of early spring, The Muck Boot Banquet will be the harbinger of things to come. Vibrant, vivid, sharp, comic & tasty, it takes the audience through a walking feast of sensations. Song, scrumptious spring victuals, flowers, extravagant hats, stories, & frolicking nonsense are all on the menu! Recommended attire: mud boots and warm sweaters (bring your appetite & umbrella).

Click HERE to make reservations

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The farm stand will open for the 2014 season on August 13th.

We currently tend about 70 varieties of perennial fruit in the form of raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, plums, cherries, pears and apples. Our apples are set up for Pick-Your-Own harvesting and we sell them at our farmstand here and at several farmer's markets. Join the Friends of Park Hill newsletter to stay updated on our offerings during the season.

If you have a question about something we grow, or would like us to grow something for you, please contact us.

Our farm stand is open daily from 10 am till dusk from August 10th 'till Thanksgiving. Here are directions to the orchard. We look forward to your visit!

Visit our Flickr Gallery to see what life is like here on the orchard. Here is a link to our Facebook page.

Art In the Orchard

Art In the Orchard is over for 2013. While the show has ended, many of the works are still here on display and you are welcome to walk through them. Leashed pets are permitted on the trail.

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