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Events & Activities

Events & Activities

We are celebrating our 61st year in business. From summer strolls through the orchard, picking raspberries to fall festivals that the little ones with love!

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The Farm Experience

The Farm Experience

Experience the relaxing atmosphere that only a rural setting can provide. Sit on the porch under the vines with a cup of coffee in hand and a hot fresh donut.

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Bakery

Bakery

People travel far and wide for our baked goods. Our bakers get up every morning at the crack of dawn to make fresh donuts, pies and breads.

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Cidery

Cidery

We have been hand crafting artesian ciders for over 50 years. Enjoy upstairs on the deck with pint of one of our ciders with attitude or a glass of our fine wines.

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Cellars

Cellars

We have been hand crafting artesian ciders for over 50 years. Enjoy upstairs on the deck with pint of one of our ciders with attitude or a glass of our fine wines.

COVID-19 Update

Safety is always our first priority. We are taking all necessary precautions to help keep our employees, our customers, and the community safe. We are continuously monitoring the situation, taking direction from the CDC and our state officials.
Please take time to read about our temporary guidelines.

What are the hours?
Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Thursday: 9am – 6pm
Friday – Saturday: 9am – 8pm
Sunday: 9am – 6pm

Can I bring my kids?
Yes. We welcome all families

Do I need to bring/wear a mask?
Yes. Face masks are required for entry and must be worn outside at times you cannot safely distance 6ft away from others.

How many people can be in my group?
Groups of 10 or less are permitted.

Can we sit inside or at the bar?
At this time, all available seating is outside. Tables have been arranged to accommodate safe social distance.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this transitional time.

The History of Meckley’s Flavor Fruit Farm

Started in 1956 by Ray and Louise Meckley. The farm was a simple wholesale operation, where Ray took apples to the Eastern Market in Detroit. In the late 1960’s, Louise has a vision of a bakery, cider mill and farm market. At first, the retail was the older children selling fruit from a picnic table, along South Jackson Rd. In 1970, the farm market with bakery and cider mill became reality for the Meckley family. During the early 1970’s the first apple butter festival was held. Tragedy stuck on December 1st 1976 when the farm market, cider mill, and bakery building was destroyed in a massive fire. The spring of 1977 was a memorable time, when the whole family took a trip to the New England states to view other orchards and farm markets. With inspiration from the trip, renovations took place and we were able to re-open by the fall of ’77.

Over the next three decades, the farm evolved in to what is now a destination location. Four generations of customers now enjoy the many festivals and events held throughout the year, making the farm a place where many families create memories.

Take a Tour of Our Farm!