May 27 2013
Copeland’s Cherry Ranch Leona Valley uPick Cherries
 

 

Well, surprise surprise!  Looks like the cherries will be ready for picking beginning Saturday – June 1st, so we will be open from 8am to 5pm from that day forward…until all the cherries are gone.  We hope they will last through two more weekends, but keep checking back.

Please be advised that on Saturday (06/01/2013) there is a Cherry Parade and Festival in Leona Valley.  The main road, “Elizabeth Lake Road,” will be closed from 9:15 to approximately 11:30. So come before and plan to stay and watch the parade, or come after noon.

Varieties – Lots of Bing, Utah Giants and some Rainiers will be ripe!  We lost a lot of our Tieton cherries in a frost this year, so we will have few to pick and they should be picked out by Sunday.

Our pricing is the same as last year – $4.25/lb for all of our Certified Organic varieties.

We are excited and can’t wait to see you all!  The cherries are yummy!

David and Chari Copeland
Copeland’s Cherry Ranch
Certified Organic

661-270-1900

Copelandscherryranch@gmail.com

Special Notice – On Saturday June 1st, Leona Valley is having their Cherry Parade and Festival. The main road into Leona Valley, “Elizabeth Lake Road” will be closed from 9:15 to approximately 11:30. So, come before and plan to stay and watch the parade, or come after noon.

Variety Update – Lots of Bing, Utah Giants and some Rainiers will be ripe! We lost a lot of our Tieton cherries in a frost this year, so we will have few to pick, and they should be picked out by Sunday.

We look forward to seeing you in the orchard this year! The cherries are yummy!
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WELCOME to Copeland’s Cherry Ranch in Leona Valley! Home of some of the best CERTIFIED ORGANIC cherries in Southern California!

Leona Valley is west of Palmdale and north of Santa Clarita. The countryside, fresh air, and nature is just a hop, skip and “quick car ride” away.

Our History – We purchased our property in 1998 and planted our first 200 trees in 2000 (Bing and Ranier). In 2001, we added over 260 trees (Tieton and Utah Giant) to the orchard.

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