Paulus Mt Airy Orchards | Dillsburg, PA

Apple Orchard, Fresh Produce, and Farm Fun!

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Paulus Mt Airy Orchards Hours:
Monday-Saturday 9am-7pm
Sunday 12pm-6pm


Curbside is Available (Click this link to order)


COVID-19 Statement:
While visiting our farm, we request that you wear face coverings in the store, wash your hands frequently, and keep your group distanced from other groups. Here’s what we are doing: Wearing masks, added barriers at cashier stations in store, washing hands & sanitizing high touch areas frequently. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions.


Everyone is welcome to take advantage of Contactless Curbside Pick Up. Senior citizens or those with compromised immune systems are welcome to make an appointment for Private Shopping. Call 717-432-2544 to make an appointment. Private Shopping Appointments are between 8am-9am Monday-Saturday. Thank you!

Paulus Mt. Airy Orchards is a family-owned farm and agri-tourism adventure in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania. With more than 150 acres of fruit trees, you can choose from over 25 varieties of apples, 7 varieties of peaches, as well as nectarines and plums.  Spring and Summer means berry season at the farm — and you are invited to pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, black raspberries, and blackberries! In the fall, get lost in a corn field maze or search through acres of pumpkins for just the right one.

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Stay to play in the summer and fall!

Paulus PlayLand adventure area has 20+ attractions and activities for your outdoor fun. From Rubber Duck Races to Pedal Karts — there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Come climb in the one-and-only Apple Bin-azium. You need to see it to believe it!

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