2019 is the 50th year that Campbell’s Orchards has been in business. We are proud of our heritage here in Prince Edward County and cannot wait to continue on this journey for years to come.
John Murray Campbell purchased the farm in Prince Edward County in 1969 with plans of enjoying the fields upon retirement. An early death in 1979, left the Campbell Farm in the hands of his son Colin. After graduating from the University of Guelph with a degree in Agricultural Economics, he married Dianne Beilby, also a graduate from Guelph University, with a degree in Management Economics. Over the past 30 years, Colin and Dianne along with their children Amelia and John have built up a wonderful family business.
On Christmas Eve in 1996, a fire destroyed the market and all the equipment. Since then, it has been totally rebuilt and refurbished. A new wing was added for the Campbell's Gift Room which today is shared by Apple Falls Cider for their Tasting Room.
The farm market has never lost John Murray Campbell's dedication and focus to grow quality apples and sell directly to the public. Over the past 5 decades, the Campbell's have dedicated their business to providing a fun, learning agricultural environment for all to enjoy!