Nature's Bounty Farm
Nature's Bounty is a picturesque orchard with more than 20 varieties of high-quality apples, located on the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine near Port Perry, Ontario.
The farm also grows pumpkins, squash and ornamental corn, and is home to a flock of sheep and one friendly llama. Every fall, families return to Nature's Bounty for its gorgeous scenery, crisp and delicious apples, and taste of country life.
Enjoy the tradition of picking your own apples, sipping cider, and wandering the orchard this fall. Opening September 2019.
Meet the Farmers
Cathy and Marvin
Cathy and Marvin purchased the 100-acre property as a young couple and started planting apple trees in 1980. After several years of careful nurturing, they opened their farm to the public in 1993, offering classic varieties like Cortland, McIntosh and Northern Spy. While some of those original trees continue to be productive almost 40 years later, they have since planted nearly 14,000 trees of popular varieties like Honeycrisp, Silken and Gala. The couple lives on the property in the original century-old farmhouse and remain stewards of the the land, sharing their farm with wildlife, native plant and tree species, and curious visitors.
Location & Hours
Nature's Bounty rests on 100 acres of the scenic, Oak Ridges Moraine, nestled between the towns of Port Perry, Uxbridge and Brooklin.
NATURE'S BOUNTY FARM
651 Scugog Line 2
Port Perry, Ontario
Closed for the season