This page was last updated: May 18, 2016
Click for oak glen, CA Forecast


    The blossoms have now become tiny little beginnings of the
     apples you will soon be able to pick here at Riley's Apple Farm!

     Although they are increasing in size daily, the apples still need
     quite a bit of time to grow and ripen.  The first varieties are
     usually ready by late June or early July.  As soon as we have
     a definite date you can pick apples, we will post it here.

     Here's a bit of good news:  the berries will be ready sooner
     than the apples.  U-pick berries should start sometime in
     early to mid June.  Stay tuned for more info!



    Our next Gospel Sing will be on June 17, 2016.  We hope you
    will join us for the potluck at 6pm (please bring a main dish,
    side dish, or dessert) and remain with us for the 7pm main
    event.  We will meet at Los Rios.  Admission is free, and a
    free will offering will be taken to help with expenses.

    We'd like to thank everybody who came up & visited the farm
    in 2015 - it was a fun harvest season!  We really enjoyed all of
    our group and school tours, home school days, and meeting
    all of the people and families who came up to escape the city.


Riley's Apple Farm is the original "Riley's" in Oak Glen!  We are set
on a cozy 3 acres in mile-high Oak Glen - California's own "Apple
Country."  We are not "Riley's Farm;" that is a completely
separate business.  Look for the red apple cutout that sits on top of
our "Riley's Apple Farm" sign! 

  • We are a u-pick apple, berry, & pumpkin farm. U-pick is available only when fruit is in season (Early July for raspberries & blackberries / late July to early August for apples / mid to late September for pumpkins.)  End dates for u-pick vary depending on crop size, weather variations, and how many people come & how much they pick!  Berries usually last until the first frost of the year, which can happen anywhere from late September to early October.  Apple u-pick can end anywhere from early October to late November.  FYI, it's always a good idea to
      come apple picking in September to make sure you get to do it! 
      Even when the u-pick stops, we are still open on the weekends
      with all of our activities, BBQ, and country store.

  • We do Fall farm tours for schools, churches, scout troops, seniors, and other groups.  We let you design your own tour by choosing from our wide variety of activities, including Frontier Cabin Adventure, Gold Panning, Hayride, Apple Cider Pressing, Archery, Kazoo Making, Rope Making, Corn Husk Doll Making, Corn Grinding, & Johnny Cake Baking (in a wood-burning oven!)  For information on scheduling a tour, please go to the school tours link on the left side of the page. 

We are the original Riley's in Oak Glen!
12201 S. Oak Glen Road
Oak Glen / Yucaipa, CA  92399
Toll-Free:  866-585-6407
We are NOT Riley's Farm
Please no calls before 9am or after 5pm
Tall-crown, Amish-made hats.
Available in our store.
Apple wood - $1 / LB
Pa Riley doing a musical intro for a tour.
Pa Riley makes a rope with a scout group.
Lighting a fire at the Frontier Cabin.
Making apple cider with a tour group.
Grinding coffee beans the old-fashioned way on our Frontier Cabin Adventure.
U-pick at its finest!
Farm tour, complete with archery.
Continuing the legacy of the Gold Rush.
Here comes the hayride!
Have you ever seen kids having this much fun doing laundry?  You will on our Frontier Cabin Adventure.
Remember where to go for all your wood and furniture needs  - THE SAWMILL - right here at Riley's Apple Farm!  Planks, boards, apple wood for smoking meats, custom furniture, etc.  Native wood - plenty of varieties.
Tug of War at the Frontier Cabin Adventure - fun!
The latest table made by Dennis Riley for a customer - isn't it cute?
Hello - Apple Season has ended!  We'll be busy pruning our apple trees, so they
will produce a lot of delicious apples for you to pick in 2016.  We are closed until the
summer when the berries ripen again.  If you need apple wood, give us a call!
Photo blend of 3 snow photos from March, 2016 - Photos taken by Denise & blend made by Shelli