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U-Pick apples available this weekend (10/3,4,5):
Golden Delicious (and Red) are abundant and available the entire weekend and located on Morse Rd. west of S.R. 310.
Jonagold look very good this year and should last Friday possibly into Saturday and located on Morse Rd. west of S.R. 310.

All apples this weekend are priced at $20 per large bag (holds twenty pounds when filled) and $12 per small bag (holds ten pounds when filled).
The pumpkin patch will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through the end of October from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. each day.  All pumpkins from the patch this weekend are priced at $6 each.
At the market you'll find many fall decoratives, jams, fruit butters, baked goods, as well as Pixie Crunch, Honeycrisp, Jonathan, McIntosh, Adam's Pearmain, and Golden Delicious apples.  The market is located at the intersection of Morse Rd. and S.R. 310 and open daily 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.  (740)927-8559

The corn maze is in full swing and open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.  For details click here.

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Welcome to Lynds! 

The 7th generation of Lynd apple growers invite you to visit our 300 acre fruit farm located in Pataskala, OH, about 20 minutes east of Columbus. We open our orchards in Sept. on weekends for a Pick Your Own experience that has become a tradition for many central Ohio families. While apples are our specialty, we grow peaches, pears, plums, cherries, and a variety of berries too! Unfortunately, the 2014 peach, blackberry and cherry crops were lost to the extreme cold this past winter.  We also grow sweetcorn for our market and a pumpkin patch for our fall visitors. 

The market at Morse Rd. & St. Rt. 310 opens July 24, 2014 and closes early November. 

Our 200 acre Blue Frog Farm, located near Johnstown, OH features our Pick Your Own raspberry, blackberry and blueberry patches.  Friend us on facebook to be sure and get the up to date picking dates.  Apples and peaches are also grown at this farm to supply the market. Planted in 1980, the farm is named for a blue bullfrog who resided in our pond in 2009. 

More fall fun awaits you at the SuperMaze, where families and friends enjoy the Corn Maze, campfire nights, scrumptious food and the famous barrel train.  Post-season warehouse sales provide friends with another opportunity to get sale prices on produce after the market is closed.