As you drive along the winding roads of St. Joseph County, east of the shores of Lake Michigan and just north of the Indiana border, you will gaze upon some of the finest orchards and vineyards in Southwestern Lower Michigan. Here you will find Corey Lake Orchards, a green, lush “Garden of Eden.”
Corey Lake Orchards is owned by Dayton Hubbard, who takes great pride in growing premium fruit and vegetables and opening his farm for the public to enjoy. Founded in 1962 by Dayton and the late Allene Hubbard, Corey Lake Orchards has become a tradition for those customers desiring the freshest fruits and vegetables available at their peak taste. Enjoy the best of what Michigan has to offer spring, summer and fall.
The Roadside Market opens in the spring with asparagus and greenhouse tomatoes and cucumbers. Strawberries are right around the corner, followed by sweet and tart cherries. The latter part of June also brings flavorful green beans, field-fresh cucumbers, summer squash and peppers. By mid-July, you’ll find “just picked” sweet corn, cantaloupe, watermelon, blueberries, peaches, summer apples, field-ripened tomatoes, new potatoes and the largest sweet Spanish onions you’ve ever seen. As fall approaches, the farm bears apples, grapes, pears, squash and other fall ornamentals. As much as possible, we offer U-pick options to allow you to pick directly from the tree or vines.
Quality counts at Corey Lake Orchards. We grow what we sell and pick it daily, sometimes – a couple of times each day (!) — to ensure freshness and taste. Our friendly farm family will be glad to assist you and answer any questions you or your family might have about harvest, preparation, use and varieties.
Corey Lake Orchards welcomes you to visit our “garden of Eden” and enjoy the small pleasures of a farm experience, from orchards in blossom, to bountiful tomatoes on plants to sitting under our favorite shade tree or letting your children swing on the old fashioned swing and giant slide.