Brook Hollow Farm

Rt. 94 to Frog Pond Road, Columbia, NJ 07832

Apple and Peach Orchards

This beautiful farm in a hollow near the Delaware Water Gap is home to extensive apple and peach orchards.


Peaches are in season and available at the market by mid-summer

Apple and Pumpkin Picking
September-October

Mid and late season apples such as
Red and Yellow Delicious, Ida Reds and Winesaps

Open 10am - 4pm
Please call for availability: 908-496-4577
No Credit Cards, please.

We are located near the beautiful Delaware Water Gap. Take Rt 80 to exit 4 to Rt 94 N. Go 3 1/2 mi to Frog Pond Rd. and turn left. Our driveway is on the immediate left. You’ll be glad you found us!

A Delicious Family Experience

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