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at Stone Soup Farm

October 7-8 and 14-15
0 am to 4 pm


Warm, festive, rooted in nature... Our intimate 3 acre micro-farm with its heirloom apple orchard and seasonal gardens offers an ideal country outing for savoring autumn's harvest.
We are thrilled to celebrate this cherished time of year with guests, creating memorable experiences through our amenities without the hassle of large crowds. Bring your crew to share in our delicious produce, regionally diverse gardens, outdoor activities & crafts, organic marketplace, and harvest themed festivities at Stone Soup Farm. 
A sweet affair that embraces the simple and good things in life.


Chef's Apple Tasting 
Orchard Tour
Cider Press Workshop & Tasting
Tomahawk Toss

 Children's Interactive Garden & Play Space
Photography Vignettes & Seasonal Gardens

GENERAL ADMISSION $22  (4+ years)
SMALL CHILD FREE (0-3 years) 




Pick Your Own Apples & Orchard Tour


Join our farmers in Stone Soup Farm's regenerative heirloom orchard to learn how and why we are integrating permaculture design with crop production. We will tour our flower lanes, kitchen garden, and 130 year old orchard while enjoying the abundance of the fall season. Tours run 15-20 minutes and conclude with apple picking at your leisure. Our farm provides bags for you. 

Pick your own apples are not included with admission cost. If you wish to pick, apples are $3.75 per pound. Weigh and pay at our farm shop. 


Orchard Tour Timings: 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00.



Cider Pressing & Tasting

Using our vintage fruit press, friends and family select from a variety of heritage apples to make fresh apple cider. This is a collective workshop experience that concludes with cider tasting. All cider pressing is for workshop timings. No individual gallons sold. 

* Included with admission

Timings: 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, & 3:30

Tomahawk Toss

Test your frontier skills at our tomahawk range. A favorite with families with unlimited fun all day.

* Included with admission

S'mores Bar 

Gather around the warmth of a crackling campfire and treat yourself to an autumn favorite, the s'more. Handcrafted confectionery meets cozy seasonal gatherings.

S'mores .....Price Varies


Inspired by field cooking, campouts, and al fresco gatherings, Crafthouse brings together freshly picked farm ingredients with traditional wood-fired cooking techniques. We'll be serving up our famous stone soup with local bread, along with rotating seasonal selections. 


Fall inspired hands-on crafts and activities for all ages. 

Autumn Doll Making .....$15

Candle Dipping .....$8

Pumpkin Painting .....$8

Gemstone Panning .....$15

Children's Garden & Fall Vignettes

 Explore our Children's Garden where youth are encouraged to explore nature with miniature farm scenes and outdoor play rooms. Seasonal vignettes theme our lush Woodland and organic gardens throughout the fall, showcasing regional beauty with farm botanical displays. 

* Included with admission

Farm Shop

The Cultivar Studio & Shop offers a variety of small batch farm collections; lovingly curated with a distinct selection of locally grown produce, fine foods, home wellness, and natural body care. Pick up an heirloom squash, floral bouquet, seasonal preserve or a market basket full of these artisan goods. 

Chef's Apple Tasting


Join Chef Charlie Ray for a culinary tasting that hits all the autumnal cravings. Enjoy a selection of farm sourced small bites that embrace the flavors of season. 


toffee apple truffle with salted popcorn 

mini caramel apple pie

native corn bread with whipped apple butter

roasted fall squash crostini with whipped herb cream cheese and toasted pumpkin seeds

*Included with admission.

One plate per reservation. Served all day.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to book my visit ahead of time?

Tickets are required for guests ages 4 years+ for this event. Our micro-farm limits the capacity to ensure a quality experience for our guests. There are no refunds on tickets or change of dates. 

Will you cancel the event in case of rain?

Apple Fair takes place, rain or shine. While cancellation is unlikely, in the event of heavy rain or other circumstances, Stone Soup Farm holds the right to cancel the event. If we must cancel the event for any reason, a full refund will be issued to each participant or you may select an option for a back- up date. 

Is there a charge for parking and where do I park?

There is no charge for parking. All parking is located in front of our farm along Oak Glen Road. Guests with special accommodations may be dropped off in front along the turn around. 

Is there a contact phone number to reach someone in person?

We are a small family run farm and are often working in a field or orchard. The best way to get the most updated information is by either by filling out the contact email form or following our social media pages. Due to the volume Apple Fair related questions we receive and the capacity of our small team, we’re only able to provide phone support for private bookings. We appreciate your support. 

Are dogs allowed?

No pets are allowed on the farm. 

Are there other U- Pick apple dates available?

We offer select weekday picking through our Family Farm Day experiences. Please visit HERE. Pre-picked apples will be available for purchase in our farm shop after Apple Fair until the crop is finished for the season. 

May I press my own gallon of apple cider to take home? 

The cider pressing workshop and tasting is included with admission. We will not offer individual cider pressing for this event, however, our neighbors will have their presses open for private gallons. These farms are within a short walking distance from our farm and may be accessed throughout the day. Please note that our cider press will be open every other weekend in October and November for private pressing until the crop is finished.

Do I need to bring anything with me to pick?

Our farm provides containers for our u-pick offerings. 


Can small children pick?

Of course children may pick!! Every year, families visit our farm to pick delicious berries and apples. We recommend wearing closed toed shoes and comfortable clothing while enjoying our outdoor gardens and orchards.  

What are the Rules to be observed during my visit?

No picking flowers, vegetables or fruit that is not otherwise given permission during your visit. 

No taking items from the Children's Garden or any other space on the farm.

Please refrain from disturbing any plants, rocks, gardens, or other natural features on the farm. 


Will you have food?

We will have seasonal fare and beverages for purchase onsite. Chef's Apple Tasting is included with admission. Offsite food is permitted, however, we ask that you pack out whatever you pack in. 

Where is Stone Soup Farm?

We are located in scenic Oak Glen, California, in the San Bernardino Mountains. Our farm is located next door to our friendly neighbors at Willowbrook Farm. Please note: we are not Riley's Farm, which is located near to Stone Soup Farm & Heritage Orchard. 

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