About Hidden Hollow Orchard
Enjoy heirloom and unusual apples at their best with the country fresh air and sunshine.
We are closed for the 2016 season, except for field trips already planned.
The warm rainy spring left little time for bees to do their work, so there are just enough apples for the Field Trips already arranged. Families of children with spray allergies should email from time to time, just in case a few unsprayed apples surprise us.
We expect to be open during apple season in 2017 if the weather is kind. In the meantime, feel free to bring them LARGE carrots (not to be confused with little fingers) to make the rescued ponies feel loved and happy. (Instructions: fingers at one end of carrot, pony at the other.)
See Map and Times for directions, especially the virtual tour of Apple Hill Road. Where Apple Hill Road forks, take the tiny middle lane and open the red cow gate. If you don't drive though any stone pillars, or go to any houses, you should be fine. If you feel lost feel free to call 502-767-5245 leaving neighbors in peace.
Who We Are
Hidden Hollow borders on Floyds Fork, a stream running through Oldham and Jefferson counties, near Louisville, Kentucky. The watershed provides a continuous green space connecting farmland, forests, parks and low density development as it meanders to the Salt River. Hidden Hollow is a refuge for abundant native wildlife at the edge of an major urban area. Its surprising diversity of flora and feathered and furry families inspired us to protect and enhance the habitat, and to pass along what we have learned to others who may have a similar opportunity.
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