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About Canton Apples

Canton Apples is a small orchard containing 150+ apples trees. Varieties consist of Liberty, Macfree, Freedom, Golden Russet, Honeycrisp, St. Lawrence, Macoun, McIntosh and Sweet Sixteen to name a few. The orchard is approximately 2.5 acres and fenced-in. Our orchard is located just outside Canton Village, corner of Barnes Rd and County Road 25 (Canton-Russell Rd). If you need directions, please use the Google Map located on the bottom of this page.

canton-apples-pest-controlAt Canton Apples, we take pride in our integrated pest management. We use minimal pesticides and properly maintain our orchard. Our first application is pre-bud emergence using a dormant horticultural spray. Monitoring of insects is done by using Tree Tanglefoot. Our commitment to removing all fallen apples and pruning debris help with our IPM program as to eliminate over wintering sites for pests and fungus.

We are a U-Pick operation and also offer tours to school & youth groups. Tours during the week require an appointment. 1/2 peck apple bags are supplied to the students and mailed to the school upon request. Additional educational information and downloadable activities can be found at www.nyapplecountry.com and www.pickyourown.org.

Apples and Products


  • Size
  • 1/2 Peck Bag
  • 1 Peck Bag
  • 1/2 Bushel
  • 1 Bushel
  • Drops
  • Price
  • $7.00
  • $9.00
  • $15.00
  • $20.00
  • $5.00 per bushel

We have apple wood available for your BBQ smoker. The cost is $3 per 1/2 peck bag. The wood is recycled from pruned branches from last year. The wood is seasoned and ready for your favorite apple smoked BBQ!

Bring your favorite recipe to the orchard recipe box for trading! This is something new we are doing to promote great tasting North Country Apples!

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We will be posting different apple recipes and posting pictures of the orchard as the season progresses.


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