Visit us Monday - Saturday from 9 to 5 to see our many gift options and to stock up on orchard fresh apples for holiday baking!
Current Available Apple Varieties
Red & Golden Delicious, Candy Crisp, Mutsu, Fuji, Pink Lady, York, Jonagold, Honeycrisp*, McIntosh, Gala, September Wonder, Cameo, Rome, Stayman Winesap and Granny Smith
*HONEYCRISP ONLY $10/HALF BUSHEL WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Nestled in the heart of scenic Bedford County lies Ridgetop Orchards
A life in the orchards. A family business. That describes the youth of Dan Boyer & his family, owners of Ridgetop Orchards. The Boyer family - along with a staff of dedicated employees - have put a lifetime of learning, love & labor into the 500+ acres of fruit trees now known as Ridgetop Orchards. Dan, Lois, Seth & Mark, continue the nurturing tradition of their cultural heritage - growing fresh cherries, peaches and apples.
We invite you to come taste the fruits of our labor!
Dan Boyer created Ridgetop Orchards close to the Chestnut Ridge land where he was raised. His father, Allan, had a passion for growing apples and Dan soon developed the same passion. In 1980, together with his wife, Lois, Dan started the orchards on 140 acres of prime ridge top soil. This is where the name “Ridgetop” came from. Dan and Lois continued the Boyer family traditions of growing their premium fruits while raising their 3 children.
Today, Ridgetop Orchards consists of over 500 acres dotted with perfect lines of fruit trees. The “ridge” is one of the best sites for growing fruit in the state of Pennsylvania. The high elevation level, ranging from 1500’ – 1800’, promotes cool nights and helps discourage spring frosts, allowing for the best possible fruit coloring and the sweetest of sweetness. It’s this combination of temperature, good soil and decades of family tradition that allows us to grow our high quality fruit.
Along with retail sales at The Porch Store, Ridgetop Orchards grows, packs & ships fruit for domestic and export sales. Their fruit is available at many major grocery chains throughout the United States and can be found as far away as South America!