U-Pick Cherries

U-Pick Cherries
Open daily when open
U-Pick Hours: 10am-6pm*
*You must be here before 5:30pm to get into the orchard to pick
We are in the EST Time Zone, which is 1 hour ahead of Chicago
Cherry U-Pick Address:
6299 Carmody Rd. Coloma, MI 49038
Farm Market Address:
3452 Friday Rd. Coloma, MI 49038
Market Hours: Everyday 9am-7pm
Market Phone: (269) 468-3668
Other Times: (269) 208-3591
Please call ahead for seasonal changes and prices
We do not have the Free Hayride or Playground open until peach season, but we do have the large tent set up for a Free Picnic Area.

Sweet Cherry U-Pick

Fruit Acres Farms is the largest Black Sweet Cherry grower in Southwest Michigan for the amount of acres and different varieties of sweet cherries grown. Most of the varieties are Big, Sweet, Delicious, Juicy, Black Sweet Cherries but we also have all gold color Sweet Cherries and pink color Sweet Cherries.

We grow over a thousand dwarf Sweet Cherry trees. The fruit tastes and looks just like the bigger trees, but the dwarf trees are easier to pick because trees are much smaller and you don't need ladders, as all the trees can be picked from the ground. Next to our dwarf trees are huge old Sweet Cherry trees, some being over 70 years old.

Sour Cherry U-Pick

Sour Cherries are also available for U-Pick. Sour Cherries can be used for making Cherry Pies or other baked goods, Dried Cherries and Cherry Juice that is great for arthritis, gout and helps with Cancer and Heart Disease.

 

U-Pic Update:

U-Pick Cherries usually start around the end of June depending on the weather.

Welcome to Fruit Acres

A Note from Annette and Randy: Monday October 26, 2020

Fruit Acres Farm Market & U-Pick is closed for the 2020 season. We will be open again in June with Sweet Local Strawberries. This season has been extremely busy, so I want to thank all my GREAT CUSTOMERS! Next year we plan on having a LARGE CROP OF EVERYTHING so everyone can have all the fresh fruit they want. Have a Great Winter. We hope things are alot more like normal next summer.