Cider Garden

Cider Garden: Hours and Amenities

The Cider Garden will be open throughout the fall, featuring locally-sourced food and beverages, as well as activities for both adults and children, like lawn and board games.

Cider Garden Hours (opening May 31!)

Farm Market Hours


Our Menu

Enjoy our award-winning hard ciders, sweet ciders, tasty baked goods, and a variety of locally-sourced small plates and beverages. You can also shop our farm market for other foods such as local cheeses, crackers, popcorn, cured meats, pickled vegetables, jams and more to create your own picnic.

Local Attractions

Champlain Orchards is located in Shoreham, VT, on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain and along the Champlain Bikeway.  While you’re here, take a drive (or bike ride!) along our scenic country roads, or visit these local attractions:

Specializing in all things made with Vermont maple! 

A magnificent rural setting dedicated to outdoor sculptures for all to appreciate. 

The farm’s mission is to preserve and promote the Morgan breed, and to provide hands-on educational experiences to students and the public.

Presenting vibrant programs, historic interpretation, boat cruises, tours, demonstrations, and exhibits, Fort Ticonderoga and is open for daily visitation May through October.

Explores the history of the area’s three earliest cultures — Native American, French Colonial, and early American — by showcasing the artifacts each left behind. 

Things To Do In Addison County

Enjoy a wide variety of gorgeous terrain for skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, boating, fishing and other attractions.

Studio/gallery of Norton Latourelle’s whimsical and highly collectible woodcarvings. Open by chance or appointment.

Our greenhouses are open for the season! We have certified organic vegetable and herb plants, hardy perennials, limited blooming annuals, seed potatoes, garden seeds, and pottery. We also have fresh vegetables for sale: spinach, garlic scapes, beets and more.

Miles from civilization and distraction, The WhistlePig Farm is a rugged and fertile ground for whiskey exploration, surrounded by 500 acres of Rye and experimental crop fields, Vermont Oak trees, fresh well water, a maple sugar bush, and the scenic views of the Green Mountains.

Mount Independence State Historic Site is one of the nation’s most significant Revolutionary War sites, offering six miles of trails along the archaeological remains of the fortification.