Myers Apple Farm near Hamilton not opening this season due to personal matter

Myers Apple Farm in Copetown, Ont. will not be opening for the 2022 season due to a personal matter. Google Maps

The owner of a popular Copetown, Ont. apple orchard says the plantations annual ‘U-Pick’ season will not be happening in 2022.

Myers Apple Farm boss Bob Myers told Global News a recent personal matter has shut down the annual pick-your-own operation.

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The grower says he expects to resume normal operations in the 2023 season.

The Highway 52 outlet offers multiple varieties of apples including Mutsu, Honey Crisp, Spy and Gravenstein.

In a normal year, visitors to the orchard can fill up quarter bushel and half bushel bags between the end of August and the end of October.


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