Appearance: Predominantly red flushed/striped over a yellow–green background; smooth–skinned; sweet–tart taste with a softer texture
Uses: General eating and baking; also great for fruit salads, garnishes, and kabobs
Cortland Apple Picking Availability: Late September to early October
Belkin Family Lookout Farm, established in 1651, is one of the oldest continuously working farms in the United States. The farm is located less than 20 miles from Boston in historic South Natick, on 180 exquisite acres with over 60,000 fruit trees.
Picking your own fruit is a New England tradition and the farm offers a variety of fruit from June through October. Ride the train to the Children’s Play Area, visit with our farm animals and enjoy many other fun activities. The farm is owned by local residents Joan and Steve Belkin who embrace a philosophy of healthy nutrition and respect for the environment.