Bays Farms

Many varieties of peaches, plums, nectarines, apples, pears and Christmas trees, when in season. Call for availability and open days (503) 324-0261.  To preserve our help's  sanity, we will be closed at least 1 to 2 days most weeks.  Hours when open 9am- 7pm or until out of ripe fruit.  Most fruit is only available u-pick.  Picked fruit is only available occasionally (except for plums which are picked when ripe).  Fruit trees can be picked from the ground.  We have boxes available or you can use your own containers.

Update 7/18/2014

Opening this Saturday (7/19/2014) at 9AM

with Nectarines

Artic Glo (white fleshed)

Diamond Bright (yellow fleshed)

June Glo (yellow fleshed)

June Pearl (white fleshed)

Peaches? (may not be ready by Saturday only 5 trees ripening. Call Saturday after 8am to confirm. Again available quantities extremely limited on these two varities may be picked out in a hurry)

Brighton (cling)

GW115 renamed Beckman (semi-cling)

 

Our main early crop varieties of peaches are still 7-12 days out (Redhaven, Newhaven, Harbelle, Harbrite, Harkin, Harson, Bellaire and Dixie Gem).

 

 

 

 

 

Directions: 
Go to the north end of Banks. From the Shell gas station, go due west on Cedar Canyon Road for ½ mile. Follow the signs to our farm.
Season: 
Mid July - December 23rd
Phone: (503) 324-0261 (7:30am-9pm only please)
Hours: 
In late July and August when we are open, we are usually open 9am-7pm or until we run out of ripe fruit. September 9am-6pm. December 9am-4pm.
Owner: 
Jim, Anna & Randy Bays

Location

14550 NW Bays Drive
97106 Banks, OR
United States
Phone: 503-324-0261

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