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 availabe at the market!

Apple and Pumpkin Picking Sept-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

Nearby accommodations and attractions

  • Triple Brook Family Camping Resort
  • Camp in a park-like setting in the Kittatinny Mountains, minutes from Historic Hope and the Delaware Water Gap. Bring an RV or tent or stay in one of our cabins, two pools, lake, tennis, farm animals, family events.

    58 Honey Run Road, Blairstown 07825, 908/459-4079

  • Brook Hollow Farm
  • PYO apples, several varieties including semi-dwarf trees (great for kids). Peaches from our orchards, pumpkins, farm market. Wagon rides on fall weekends. Near beautiful Delaware Water Gap, Rt 80 ex 4 to Rt 94 N, 3 1/2 mi to Frog Pond Rd. You'll be glad you found us!

    Frog Pond Rd., Hainesburg 07832, 908/496-4577

  • Brook Hollow Winery
  • Hand-crafted wines fermented, aged, and bottled at our family farm in the heart of the scenic Delaware Water Gap. In addition to wine tasting and sales, we offer indoor and outdoor rentals as well a full catering services for up to 250 guests.

    594 State Highway 94, Columbia 07832, 908/496-8200

  • Shippen Manor Museum
  • Restored c.1754 stone ironmaster’s home associated with Oxford Furnace. Colonial and Victorian rooms, costumed docents, open-hearth cooking, period music. Open first and second Sundays, 1-4pm. Genealogy library also open Mondays, 9-12. Special programs for schools.

    8 Belvidere Ave, Oxford 07863, 908/453-4381

  • Bread Lock Park
  • A canal boat captain and her daughters navigate the Bread Lock in June, 1863.

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