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.


Open 10am - 4pm

No Credit Cards, please.

Apple Picking is Underway!

Macintosh available now.
Mid and late season apples such as Cortland,
Red and Yellow Delicious, Ida Reds and Winesaps

Pumpkin Patch Open!

A Delicious Family Experience

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!
Questions, call 908-496-4577.

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