Now in its fourth generation, the Rowley family has, for 93 years, grown fruit at South Ridge Farms. While they primarily grow red tart cherries, they also grow apples, peaches, and pears, as well as pumpkins, squash, gourds, and asparagus. Stop at their Red Barn for fresh fruit and fabulous ice cream, open six days a week all year long. This beautiful tract of land offers visitors a unique view of both Utah Valley and Utah Lake. Hayrides on the property and trips to the pumpkin patch are offered seasonally, with fresh apple cider doughnuts.
From I-15 take exit 242 and head West to the Frontage Road (now named South Ridge Farms Road) and go north one mile. Look for the Big Red Barn!