Apple Picking Season at Log Cabin Orchard

August 28, 2020

October 12, 2020

Free Admission

Log Cabin Orchard and Pumpkin Patch, 6121 Cabin Rd, Osgoode

613-826-5081

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Events Description

 

Step back in time and experience the sense of unique nostalgia you get when you enter the Log Cabin, homestead of Clark Moses an Irish immigrant who settled in the 1840’s.

Now the unique Cabin is a cozy little shop offering country decor and apple products.

Take a walk around the 33 acre Orchard surrounded by nature, Perfect place for apple picking, family fun.

Varieties available during the season and depending on the weather are as follow: Paula Red, Red Free, Lobos, McIntosh, NovaMac, Spartans, Honeycrisp, Cortlands, Liberty and Empire.

Who is it for?

Family & kids

HOW MUCH

Tickets :

Free Admission and Parking

How to get tickets?

At the door

WHEN & WHERE

 

Date: Friday August 28th, 2020 to Mid October

Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm

Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 6pm

Venue & Address

Log Cabin Orchard,6121 Cabin Rd. Osgoode

Free Parking

A tip for your trip!

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  1. Valery Kravtsov

    We are two families with young children who got accused of stealing the apples after the owner have seen us to pour the picked apples in the plastic basin in the car’s trunk. We tried to explain that it was from two bags which we presented as empty and explained that we are done picking. However it wasn’t good enough for him so he continued yelling and swearing at us in the presence of our kids and all bystanders. It was unreal as we’ve never been harrassed like that before. In order to avoid to argue we offered to pay and he agree on $20. But as soon as he got money in his hand, he changed his mind and throw it back in our faces and kept swearing badly. We asked what he wants us to do and he proposed to go all the way to the front cash to pay it to his wife. As soon as we approached the cash register he announced in front of about 50 bystanders that we are the thieves who wants to pay. At this point we just wanted for this nightmare to be over. So we gave money to his wife and as soon as she accept it, she notified us that we are under civil arrest and we can’t leave until the police will arrive. We were just in disbelief and kids started to cry. So we decided to just leave. Imagine how we were surprised when on the way to the car we met the owner who fist bumped us and said that “sh!# happens!”. They didn’t even care what traumatic experience they just dragged us through and tried to scam us for money. Horrible people and poor business operators!
    Btw only after this incident we found on TripAdvisor a few more similar incidents in the past where they were making people pay $500 for allegedly stealing the apples.
    Please consider other orchards as this one has nothing to offer – no petting zoo, no food, only a few apple trees, no apple picking tools were provided so you have to actually climb the trees, and the most importantly you could be easily insulted and harrassed by owners.
    Never again!!!

    September 28, 2020 at 10:30 PM

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