1. Apple Annie’s, Willcox
In addition to several varieties of apples, you can also pick any of their wide range of seasonal produce, including peaches, okra, and peppers. The orchard is located at 2081 West Hardy Road in Willcox and the vegetable farm is located at 6405 West Williams Road, also in Willcox.
2. Cotton Lane Citrus, Surprise
Once the citrus trees are ready for harvesting in three short months, check out this grove for fresh grapefruit, oranges, and plenty of other citrus fruits. The grove is located at 14014 North 172nd Avenue in Surprise. During citrus season, they are open from 9am to 3pm daily.
3. Date Creek Ranch, Wickenburg
Known mostly as a cattle ranch, Date Creek Ranch provides an opportunity for you to pick your own organic apples and peaches during the late summer and early fall seasons. Although they are currently out of apples and peaches for the season (so sad, we know), the orchards are open weekends during peak harvesting season. It's a rural location; from Highway 93, turn north at mile marker 177.5, then drive four miles along a dirt road to reach the ranch.
4. Desert Oasis, Buckeye
Here’s something a little different. If you're looking for farm fresh eggs, check out this location which allows you and your children to pick your own eggs straight from the coop. Their chickens are organic and hormone-free. The farm is located at 12901 South 186th Avenue in Buckeye and they recommend you call ahead to ensure you can get enough eggs at (602) 309-9090.
5. Harris Heritage Growers, Sonoita
Like many other farms on this list, Harris Heritage Growers prides itself on natural growing processes and organic foods. They have a huge variety of produce you can pick yourself. The farm is located in Sonoita at 27811 South Sonoita Highway and is open 9am to 4pm through November.
6. Mortimer Family Farms, Dewey
Starting in October, you can pick your own pumpkins at this farm and participate in their annual Pumpkin Festival! The farm is located at 12907 East State Route 169 in Dewey.
7. Richcrest Farms, Cochise
You will find plenty of u-pick options here, from fruit in the orchards to vegetables in the garden. The farm is located at 2768 North Evelyn Lane in Cochise.
8. Schnepf Farms, Queen Creek
This farm is a popular location for school tour groups but also equally popular are the organic u-pick gardens and orchards. Starting at $1.50 per pound for delicious, nutritious foods, you can pick a variety of produce like kale, artichokes, and apples. Schnepf Farms is located at 22601 East Cloud Road in Queen Creek.
9. Truman Ranch, Surprise
This place is a popular site for picking your own citrus fruits in many varieties; this includes tangelos, mandarins, grapefruit, and more! The grove is located at 18800 West Greenway Road in Surprise and will be open in December for picking.
10. Vertuccio Farms, Mesa
This farm at the edge of Mesa suburbs has several u-pick options, including tomatoes and peaches. They're located at 4011 South Power Road in Mesa.