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Andrew's Scenic Acres - winery
9365 10th Sideroad,
Milton, ON L9T 2X9. Phone: 905-878-5807. Fax: 905-878-4997. Email:
Farm@AndrewsScenicAcres.com. Open: Seasonally available,
starting in Spring and ending in Autumn; May to October.
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Picking
Click here for picking updates. Directions: Take hwy 401 to
Trafalgar north (exit#328). Drive north ~ 7km to Sideroad #10
(Ashgrove). Drive west to the farm. Or North of 401 on Reg rd#25.
Drive east on road #10.- R.r.#5 located in Halton Hills (for GPS)
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Cheque,
Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard.
Click here for our Facebook page. Andrews’ Winery, formerly
Scotch Block Winery, produces quality fruit wines from fruit grown
on the farm, including award-winning strawberry, raspberry,
blueberry, cherry, apple and currant wines. We’re up to 75 national
awards now for our unique wines and Hard Cider. We also have
Elderberries and wide range of flowers available for pick your own.
Our family operated farm was established in 1980. We now proudly
grow 175 acres of luscious fruit and vegetables. Our home farm is
dedicated 100% to pick your own crops starting the first weekend in
May with tulips, rhubarb and asparagus. Strawberries start ripening
in June, followed by raspberries, cherries, currants, gooseberries,
blueberries, elderberries, gourds, Indian corn and pumpkins. A
diverse selection of cut your own flowers for bouquets include:
sunflowers, celosia, gladioli, dahlias, roses, lilies, peonies and
iris. Fun For The Children includes-Hay Rides, Haunted Forest,
Animal Coral, Pony Rides, Straw Jump, Corn Walk and Pick Your Own.
Acres and Acres of PYO orange and white pumpkins.
(UPDATED: September 16, 2019, JBS)
Peel (Brampton Caledon, Mississauga)
York (Aurora, Georgina, King, Maple Hill, Markham, Newmarket,
Applewood Farm Winery - strawberries, apples
Road, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X5. Phone: 905-640-5357. Alternate phone:
(905) 642-4720. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: The Winery Hours are Wednesday
to Friday 12 pm to 5 pm, weekends 11 am to 5 pm, These hours will change
as the season progresses. At Applewood we offer a selection of
Award winning Wines,Ciders and Meades made right here on our farm.
These unique offerings are available only at our winery. The winery
began as one of the first pick your own strawberry and apple farms in
Ontario and remains the most popular spot in the area to pick fresh
strawberries, or apples. Directions: On McCowan Road, immediately north
of the Stouffville Road. Google Earth coordinates: 79°18'27.44"W
43°57'43.42"N. The larger building is the Store, the first smaller
building just west of that is a 2-storey kid's playhouse - slides,
stairs, etc. This year they have added a giant chess board immediately
north of that (with giant B&W chess pieces!!). The first building to the
south-west is the entrance kiosk ($2 a head right now) and next to that
on the western side is the exit where they charge for the full bags ($13
a bag right now) or bushels leaving. The farm provides a hayride - two
trailers and a tractor - to and from the orchards slightly further away
(we used the orchards right behind the Store, to the north). That
hayride travels the track at the western side of the exit shed, north
and then west, and south and then west. The access for the hayride is
immediately north of the exit shed. Parking is on the north side of the
track all the way from McCowan Road to the Bathrooms building, and on
the south side in the area of the buildings. (UPDATED: September 16,