Farms & Markets
Naramata was founded in 1907 as a haven for gentlemen fruit farmers.
Developer JM Robinson knew the sunny western facing slopes, fertile soil and available water would make ideal conditions for growing soft fruits like cherries and peaches along with the apples and pears that were already flourishing farther north in the valley.
Orchards to Vineyards
For generations, spring saw the hillsides from Naramata to Penticton burst into exuberant bloom. The face of farming has changed over recent years with many orchards giving way to the vineyards of the Naramata Bench wine region, but the earth's abundance remains undiminished.
Drive along Naramata Road and keep an eye open for farm-gate produce. The harvest begins in mid-July when apricots ripen and lasts through the succession of cherries, peaches, pears, plums and apples to mid-October.
2 Farms & Markets in Naramata
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17208 Bentley Rd
Summerland, British Columbia
Family owned & operated farm since 1912. U-pick cherries (in season), pre-booked tours, fruit stand. RV camping. Proud owners of the world's tallest tripod orchard ladder. Picnic tables for your use to relax under 60 yr old cherry trees. Visit a heritage working orchard. Wander through the orchard or book a tour & learn how your fruit is grown. If you are travelling, place an order. We will have your fruit cooled, packed & ready to go when you are.
29 Eastside Rd
Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
Our family has been farming along the east shore of Skaha Lake for over 60 years. We grow 15 varieties of apples, 7 varieties of peaches along with plums, pears, table grapes, raspberries, tomatoes, corn and much more. Fruit is picked fresh daily and sold direct from the farm. More than your average fruit stand, it is constructed of straw bales, stucco and reclaimed wood. Matheson Creek Farm is truly a perfect place to experience some of the freshest fruit you will ever have.