7475 N. River Rd
Freeland, MI 48623
Old Fashion Cider
Apples, Pumpkins and other Fall Produce
Gift Shop, Bakery, Garden Walk
School Tours, Children's Play and Picnic Areas
Apple Barrel Express,
Hay Rides, and Much More
Jack Leaman makes delicious apple cinnamon donuts.
We currently have a donut machine for sale. Belshaw Robot 42. Asking $2000. Call 989-695-2465 and leave a message for John.
Would you like to decorate one of our cows in your school colors? Add your college hat, scarf, or helmet?
Show your school spirit! Contact us for further information at 989-695-2465.
2013 Freeland Walleye Festival
We will be open Thursday, April 25 to Saturday, April 26 during the Freeland Walleye Festival. Rummage, Baked Goods, Apple Cider Slushes, Concessions! We will have Port-a-Johns available for shoppers on the west side of the Tittabawassee River. Click WALLEYE for more information.
*We have blackberries! We have frozen blackberries available. $6.75 per quart.
You will want to see this video, "2010 Ice Family Day in the Life" beautifully filmed at Leaman's by Captured Productions. Click on the picture.
September and October
Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 to 6:00
Fall Fees to enter the Activity Area
Monday - Friday
$4 Per Person/$10 Per Family
Includes use of the play area, corn maze, and putt-putt golf.
Saturday & Sunday
$5 Per Person/$17 Per Family
Includes use of the play area, corn maze, putt-putt golf, apple barrel express, and hay ride.
|Planting New Trees at Leaman's Green
John Leaman, along with sons, Curtis and Dequan, and dog, Champ, are shown planting Brayburn apple trees in a new section of the orchard. This was the beginning of our replanting project begun in 2008.
Alan Reisinger, Jaye's husband and John's brother-in-law, digs the holes for the new trees.
Three generations working on the 2012 planting. John and Grampa Jack are on the right planting. Dequan and Alan are marking the spots and drilling the holes.
Jack testing out the hole.
We had a wonderful craft show in September. Thank you to both our crafters and vendors! Please click on the Events tab for this year's application.
One of the cows in our herd. Want to decorate this cow in your college or university colors? See note at right.
"Drops" Apples that have fallen to the ground and which we cannot
use for one reason or another. Also known as deer apples. Good for animal feed. Some apples still good for cooking or baking. $10 per bag with limited availability this year.
"Old or Outdated Cider" This is unpasteurized cider that may be good for things such as making wine or hard cider. Not always available. $5 per gallon.
John and Jack working on the 2012 planting. The 2009 planting is in the background. We expected our first good harvest from the 2009 block until severe damage was done to the blossoms by the April frosts.