Crooked Line Farm & Orchard

Crooked Line Farms is a family owned and operated farm and orchard 5 minutes from Keuka Lake. The orchard offers 20 varieties of apples as well as apricots, pawpaws, pears, peaches, persimmons, and plums.

Crooked Line Farm and Orchard Apple Trees

The farm is home to two broods of chickens who are used as a natural alternative to pesticides. Annabelle, Apple, Addison,and Hector are friendly Scottish Highland Cattle known for their longhorns and their long bangs. They love to be pet and can often be sighted in their hillside along Cold Springs Road.


Chickens at Crooked Line OrchardOwners Ray and Lisa Zaun are originally from Corning and decided to return home after a Military career to start their U-Pick fruit orchard in Steuben County.  Crooked Line Farm and Orchard is located in Upstate New York at the foot of Keuka Lake, half way between Bath and Hammondsport, one of the “Best Small Towns” in America.  They started their plantings in 2011 and began selling at the Bath Farmers Market in 2013.  They are currently selling at the Bath, Corning, and Painted Post Farmers Markets as well as welcoming pickers of all ages to explore the farm and pick their favorite fruits, right off the tree. They are predominately an apple orchard with over 25 varieties of apples but, they also have apricot, pear, peach, persimmon, and plum trees maturing at different times throughout the year.  At their farm, you can also find a friendly herd of Highland Cattle, who love apples almost as much as we do. 
Crooked Line Orchard Scottish Highland Cattle
Scottish Highland Cattle at Crooked Line Farm & Orchard

They look forward to providing the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes Region of New York with fresh fruit and family fun for years to come and cannot
wait to meet everyone!


Always call ahead before travelling to any farm or orchard to check opening times and availability.

Crooked Line Farm & Orchard

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