Windy Brow has been a Sussex County staple for over 75 years. Building on our rich local history, we’re continually expanding and evolving, and hope you’ll join us on our journey.
Windy Brow, named for its windy location on the brow of a ridge, was originally operated as a dairy farm in the late 1800s. The first fruit trees were planted by the Inslee family in 1920. When the original dairy barn was destroyed by fire in the 1940s, the Inslee’s decided to concentrate on fruit growing, and establish one of the first retail fruit farms in Sussex County. Many of the original trees are still bearing fruit today, and while the farm is smaller in size, we still grow over 45 varieties of apples, 15 varieties of peaches and plums, cherries, and apricots. In 2019 we opened a satellite location at 403 Broad in Milford, PA, serving up fresh pastries, coffee & espresso, and ice cream. Visit us there or on the farm year round.
we grow over 45 varieties of apples, 15 varieties of peaches, cherries, nectarines, plums & apricots
PYO ORCHARDS OPEN IN EARLY SEPTEMBER
wagons run late september through late october, depending on avialbility. call or email us for specific fruit availability through the season.
Call (973) 579–9657 from 9a – 5p daily, or email firstname.lastname@example.org