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King Orchards is a family owned and operated fruit farm focused on pick your own fruit. We actively grow Montmorency tart cherries, Balaton cherries, black sweet cherries, apples, peaches, pears, apricots, plums and nectarines. Our orchards are...more
Our 2nd visit, nice both times. Very nice people and good stuff to buy! There strawberry shortcake is delicious! Any cookie or pie they make is delicious! We love it and will keep coming back! They are a great business run by kind hardworking people!
We visited here after a local recommended going cherry picking (something we cannot pick back home). Everyone on the farm was friendly and helpful. We were surprised that they didn’t seem to have anyone out monitoring the orchards. The cherries were plentiful and perfect for...More
We come to the TC & chain of lakes area every summer. A couple years ago we stumbled upon this giant farm and decided a stop was needed. We were so happy we did. Friendly staff, wonderdul fruit and fun memories with my small kids....More
We stopped here to pick some apples. Luckily, they were having a sale on honeycrisps, so we were able to pick HUGE apples for $1 a pound!!! They had raspberries as well, so we picked three pints and made yummy raspberry sauce!!
Will be back...More
For 20 years I traveled to this area of Michigan but never at the right time to pick cherries. This year, the grand kids joined us and we visited the King Orchards near Central Lake. Great fun was had by all and the pies we...More
We were visiting in Central Lake, MI and decided to go to King Orchards to pick cherries. My grandchildren had never had the experience of doing this. We started on the sweet cherries and they made a really good go of it. They wanted some...More
We were hoping for tart cherries but they weren't ready for 3 more days. The sweet cherries were abundant though! We parked right by the orchard and easily filled a bucket with black pearls and a half bucket with white Queen Anne's in about half...More