Late summer in Maryland means perfect peak peach pickin’ season!
(Say that five times fast.) Guests of our Maryland inn love to visit in Late July and August to take part in the Pick-Your-Own excitement!
Godfrey’s Farm is the best place to pick some of Maryland’s finest summer fruit. Located in Queen Anne’s County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and less than half an hour’s drive from the inn, Godfrey’s is a destination Pick-Your-Own farm. They are open every day this summer through Labor Day so you will be able to visit no matter when you stay with us! Be sure to find out when the peach orchards open though, peak season isn’t long!
The orchard is open for peach picking four weekends, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 8am-1pm beginning the last weekend of July or the first weekend of August. Check back here when the time is closer make sure the orchard is open and ready. “U-pick peaches” are sold by 1/2 bushel and 1/2 peck. Be sure to check our availability and book soon as we fill up fast in late summer!
Peach Picking Tip: Peaches turn from green to yellow when they are ripe. Peaches will soften over a couple of days as they sit out on your kitchen counter.
Looking for more peachy fun?
Come out for The 3rd Annual Sudlersville Peach Festival, Saturday, August 6, 2016: 1pm – 5m. Enjoy fun and activities, live music, homemade food like pit beef and peach cobbler, local vendors, and more! Admission is free! Don’t miss the fun.