Jackson's Orchard & Nursery, Bowling Green

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Gift & Specialty Shop · Hidden Gem · Farm
The Jackson family has offered good food and great memories to our visitors for over 50 years. A working farm, the Orchard is open mid-April to mid-November offering in-season fruits, vegetables and spring plants for your home and garden.

Our signature products are our juicy, fresh picked peaches, our crisp, sweet apples & our fresh squeezed apple cider. Our fall Pumpkin Festival is a regional attraction giving families a perfect place to enjoy fall weekends.

Depending on the time of year you'll also find cherries, strawberries, summer & fall fruits & vegetables, pumpkins, wagon rides, homemade strawberry or peach ice cream, caramel apples, fried pies and a children's playground full of activities!

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  • On our road trip to Indiana we stopped at Jackson’s Orchard on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Selection of apples to purchase were ample. We chose the Fuji apples which were sweet and delicious. To enjoy....  more »
  • We had a great time. Our grandson loved the playground and wagon ride around the property. Picked our own apples. Recommend the fried pies and apple slushies.  more »
  • This is a very cute, family friendly place. We went in the middle of August, and there was still plenty to do for small children. There were still goats to visit, and plenty of produce to purchase. We bought some mennonite made bread, as well as peach butter. The playground is still open to the public, and we kept the attention of our toddler for two and a half hours easily. We're giving four stars simply because during our visit they were burning brush, and for some reason they chose to do this right next to the playground. We would've spent a much longer time at the orchard (and purchased more things like peach ice cream), had we not been worried about smoke inhalation.
  • We like going here, especially in early- mid fall. Today was first time to visit with peaches coming into season. Peach ice cream and peach fried pie was on our menu, as well as some fresh picked peaches to take home. They had some very pretty potted plants in the garden center and planted all around the building.

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