Pick Your Own Info

Get the the most up to date info about all-things Pick Your Own Summer Fruits by calling 203-458-PICK or by visiting the link below!

Summer Events

While things may look a little different this year, our Little Red Barn[n] is back in action! With a brand new menu and a great  line up – this season is sure to provide you & your family with some awesome summer memories!

Here’s the Scoop!!

Bishop’s Orchards Creamery features delicious flavors, sundaes, ice cream sandwiches and our specialty… the Bishop’s Blitz!!! Dairy free flavors are also available!

Order Online For Pickup

NEW! We have recently added our most popular items to a new, online ordering platform. Using this new ordering system, you can pre-order groceries for curbside pickup. No need to get out of your car!

Additional items are added on a regular basis and we look forward to serving you both onsite and online in the seasons ahead.

CSA Program

Community Supported Agriculture, commonly known as CSA, is a popular term among food conscious people. Bishop’s CSA program directly links the consumer to the farmer by offering a share which contains an extensive fresh selection of both fruit and vegetables every week, grown with love right here in your community.

SAVE THE DATE – Little Red Bar[n] Opening Night

The time has finally come to open up our Little Red Bar[n] for our Summer & Fall season! Feel good at Bishop’s and unwind as you kick-back and relax. We love seeing family and friends gather on the farm patio for afternoons and evenings filled with good food & drinks, good music and straight up good vibes! The property will OPEN for the season on Friday, 5/26, at 4:30pm. Thursdays – Sundays, through the end of October. The field adjacent to Bishop’s Farm Market will be in full swing with wine, beer, froses, BBQ and more! Adirondack chairs, wooden picnic tables, and patio furniture line the property, with our sailcloth tent dazzling in twinkly lights.

A New Direction With Change


Feel good about change!

As our family continues to grow, so does our business and the desire to provide every customer with a fun and enjoyable experience that creates memories to last a lifetime. With change being something we all can dread, we are excited about our new and improved layout for the fall, and hope you will Feel Good about it too! Let’s start with the biggest and most noticeable change to come…

Stay Connected with the Farm

Does your seasonal bucket list include fresh strawberry shortcake, making berry jam, or even looking for something to do with your kids, family and friends? Are you concerned about missing the short pick-your-own windows that seem to get shorter as our days get busier? 

Feel good about being the first to know what’s ripe (and what’s happening) on our farm with short and simple text alerts from Bishop’s Orchards. 

As personal as all other aspects of what we do, these infrequent notifications will share weather updates, crop status, and other need-to-know details to ensure you have a great experience at our farm/farm market— which is our top priority. 

How to enroll? All current Rewards Customers (with mobile numbers) will receive an opt-in text and invitation to enroll in notifications. For those not yet registered with us, you will be able to text to instantly enroll and we will be sharing details on how to do so, in the next few weeks.

Not sure if we have your mobile number, or have questions? Stop by our Customer Service Desk or call us at 203-453-2338 to update your account.

Thank you for helping us, help you. – Keith, Sarah, and Carrie

What’s Happening in the Greenhouse

It is close to that time of year where buying dried herbs is out, and purchasing herb plants is in! The greenhouse has been busy and is gearing up to bring over our fresh herb plants and Mother’s Day baskets around the first of May. Michaele Williams, our Farm Manager, cannot wait for you to see how the potted herbs came in. There is nothing better than the smell and taste of fresh, locally grown herbs! Herbs are a great way to bring flavor to your dishes and add a little something extra to your meals. One of the biggest advantages of growing your own herbs is the flavor. You can never get the same flavor from dried herbs that you can from fresh herbs. Fresh herbs also have more nutrients and antioxidants than dried herbs, which can boost your health. You can easily grow them at home in the garden or in their pots. All of our herbs are easy to grow and don’t require a lot of maintenance. Taking fresh herbs home to grow on your own is also a great way to save money. You can buy one plant and get more than enough herbs for your needs. Plus, you won’t have to worry about buying more herbs when you run out. Some of the potted herbs that you can expect to see soon in the farm market are basil, cilantro, oregano, parsley, dill, and more!

Our Mother’s Day baskets are always a huge hit, selling out rather quickly with only 75 made for the season. They make the perfect gift, hosting multiple herbs like basil, dill, oregano, thyme, chive, cilantro or tarragon. All herbs are put into a biodegradable bowl that you can either put right into a planter, or if you want them to grow larger, you can separate them and plant them individually.

So instead of buying dried herbs from the store, try growing your own, with Bishop’s Orchards helping you with the roots!

If you’re interested in learning more about our herbs, give us a call at 203-453-2338. Mark your calendars for May 1st and be sure to check out our Mother’s Day baskets and herb plants.

April Creamery Specials

Spring Into Tasty Features

As we enter a new month and spring is officially here, come try our new creamery specials for the month of April. The Ice Cream Stand is scooping something extra special to really jumpstart the season.

  • Cadbury Eggs-plosion Blitz – vanilla soft serve blended with crushed Cadbury mini eggs and caramel sauce, topped with whipped cream & spring sprinkles
  • Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake – cheesecake ice cream, strawberries and crushed graham crackers blended and topped with whipped cream and a graham cracker rim.
  • Easter Bunny Sundae – vanilla ice cream with Milano cookie ears,  eye sprinkles, and a candy button nose.
  • Spring M&M Cookie Sandwich – vanilla soft serve stuffed between two M&M sugar cookies.
For more information and to view our creamery menu, visit the creamery’s webpage.