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Christmas Cove Farms

#4 of 10 things to do in Northport Features Animals
11573 N Kilcherman Rd, Northport, MI 49670-9687
+1 231-386-5637
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A fun local stop for fruit...and charm!

We camp in Leelanau State Park every summer and frequently stop at this local farm for fresh fruit... read more

Reviewed 4 February 2017
Maggie E
Saint Louis, Missouri
Cool old apple farm

We visited for a half hour or so and were amazed at all the apple varieties for sale- never heard... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
via mobile
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11573 N Kilcherman Rd, Northport, MI 49670-9687
+1 231-386-5637
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Reviewed 4 February 2017

We camp in Leelanau State Park every summer and frequently stop at this local farm for fresh fruit. A quaint local stop with lots of antique charm and delicious fresh fruits.

Thank Maggie E
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

We visited for a half hour or so and were amazed at all the apple varieties for sale- never heard of most of them before! Great cider. Cool collection of vintage signs and pop bottles. Not much to do there; it's not a full blown...More

Thank frenchfiona
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Saw this online before heading to the Christmas Cove Farms. The apples are wonderful and the family stayed open a few minutes after closing to help us make our selection of apples.

Thank cyclemi
Reviewed 7 October 2016 via mobile

Great place! A huge variety of apples are available, with placards telling the origin and history of the apples. The bottle and sign collection is also a must see. Great tasting apple cider as well. Perfect for a fall day in Michigan!

Thank Keith S
Reviewed 3 October 2016

We had to check this place out after reading about it on Trip Advisor. It was truly unique. A lot of bottles, potato chip and lard tins and apples! It was fun to read about the origin of the different types of apples and to...More

Thank 243DLP
Reviewed 16 March 2016

A wonderful fall destination. This farm cultivates obscure and antique apples. They have more apple varieties to choose from, than most places have fruit. Delicious and entertaining.

Thank sp9000
Reviewed 11 October 2015

Yes, they sell apples. If you want apples, it is a great place to go. BUT, even if you hate apples, this is a place worth a drive to see. We drove up from Traverse City to see the place. As other reviewers have exclaimed,...More

2  Thank RobertWLindner
Reviewed 10 October 2015 via mobile

Even if you are not an apple fan, the display of 10,000 pop bottles is jaw dropping! There were free apple samples to taste. The owner had great recommendations for varieties to try when I told her which were my favorites. I was unfamiliar with...More

1  Thank epw921
Reviewed 23 September 2014

That's what the sign says out front. If the names Pearmain, Pippin, or Northern Spy get your tastebuds tingling, this is the place for you. This family raises more than 200 varieties of apples, many almost gone from North American orchards. Lots of them are...More

Thank WilloWanderers
Reviewed 26 May 2012

So many historic apples and so many different flavors of apples. Loved the banana flavored apple.

Thank Christine R
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