Rock Hill Orchard is located in the Agricultural Reserve in Northern Montgomery County. We are midway between Damascus and Mount Airy, MD on Route 27. We are 18 minutes from Exit 16 on I-270 in Germantown. We invite you to bring your family to visit our farm market, pick your own flowers, fruits, and vegetables, and experience special events hosted at our farm. We are committed to farming using a sensible sustainable approach that allows us to provide you with a quality product. We now selling Guernsey Creamline milk from our own creamery and will soon be selling cheese.
Checkout our Fruit and Vegetable Ripening Guide to see what is in season today.
We accept all major credit, debit and EBT cards, as well as SNAP.
There is never an admission fee, so please come enjoy the orchard, but please leave your pets at home. In order to meet USDA Good Agricultural Practices, we cannot allow any pets in areas where produce is grown or inside the market.
28600 Ridge Road
Mount Airy, MD 21771
(301) 831-7427 for Recorded Information about daily availability
(240) 207-3732 for Special orders and other questions
NEW! Text Questions to (301) 520-0647
Would you like updates sent to your email letting you know what is ready to pick?
Rock Hill Orchard is a Smoke-Free farm. Thank you for respecting the health of our family, staff and visitors and the quality of our produce.
No professional photography sessions, please. Access to our orchard is limited to our customers.
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Rock Hill Orchard serves customers through the Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia regaion: Ashton, Bethesda, Brookville, Buckeystown, Chevy Chase, Damascus, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Ijamsville, Kensington, Laytonsville, Mount Airy, Olney, Potomac, Rockville, Silver Spring, Wheaton, Urbana, Westminster, Walkersville, Montgomery County, Frederick County, Howard County, Carroll County..
April Hours - Wednesdays through Sundays from Noon until 5pm.
PYO is closed, but you are welcome to come up to the dairy during market hours to see if any cows are milking themselves. Remember, Rock Hill is a working farm and children need to be supervised at all times.