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Allred Orchards

Living to Farm – Farming to Live

The Allred family has been perfecting their orchards full Utah fruit for almost 100 years.

Our orchards are located in southern Utah county, a unique and irreplaceable area that creates the ideal environment to grow fruit: good soils, climate, water, elevation and air movement.  The high altitude and cooler temperatures allow our fruits to develop more complex flavors and retain their natural sweetness.

All of our fruit is sold directly to consumers from our historic farmstand, located north of BYU Lavell-Edward Stadium.
We’re open seasonally from August-December, Monday – Saturday, from 9 am to 5 pm.

Based on the harvest, you might find also find our farmstand open on some weekends in January or February.
If you would like to be notified about our fruit availability, harvest times and farmstand hours, please subscribe to our email list on our website.

Fruit Varieties:

Peaches: Red Haven, John Boy, Diamond Princess,  Rosa, Early Elberta, Zee Lady, Lemon Elberta, Angelus, John Henry, O’Henry

Apples: Zestar, Blondee, Valstar, Gala, Crimson Crisp, Honey Crisp, Fuji, Granny Smith

Other Fruit: Plums & Nectarines

Other Allred Orchards Products: Dried Tart Cherries (natural, sugar-free, chocolate & yogurt-covered), Cherry Concentrate & Apple Juice

Can Be Found Here:

  • Allred Orchards Farm Stand
    2109 North University Avenue, Provo


I love Allred for fresh fruit! You know when you get fruit from them you’re getting high quality and the box is full to the brim of what you paid for. Not just the top layer of good stuff and then culls at the bottom. Highly recommend! – Bree, Google Review

I love Allred’s! I’ve been coming here for ten years. They have so many varieties and the staff are so helpful sharing about them (describing flavor, which ones are best for fresh eating vs. canning, etc.) The peaches are my favorite but I love their apples as well. – Sarah, Google Review

I happily drive 25 minutes, through four towns and past several other fruit stands to get our peaches from Allred Orchards. The seconds are great, but the premium fruit is absolutely flawless. Delicious fruit and friendly service – it’s one of the highlights of my summer when they open. – Hillary, Google Review

A row of wooden crates overflowing with fresh red and green apples
two young boys sitting on a bench eating apples and enjoying a healthy snack
Boxes of fresh peaches displayed on a wooden table
A farmer driving a tractor beside a truck overflowing with ripe apples
a couple of ripe peaches hanging from a tree
Contact Information
2109 North University Avenue, Provo, Utah 84604, United States
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Allred Family

It must be in the genes, this “love of growing things.” Or is it passed from one generation to another because of a loving example seen by those who came later? Whatever the reason, there has been and continues to be a love of the soil, of things that grow in it and are harvested from it in the family of Rey and Mary Carol Allred.

Rey grew up on the farm his father and grandfather established in 1926 on University Avenue in Provo. The original barn built in 1893 still exists today as a retail outlet for their peaches, nectarines, apples, apple juice
and dried cherries.

In 1957 Rey, Mary Carol and Rey’s father, Bliss, purchased a farm in Payson and began to plant peaches, apples, sweet and tart cherries. That year Rey graduated from BYU with a degree in horticulture and spent his time fulfilling his dream of growing the best fruit possible.

If Rey had time and the inclination to have had a hobby, it would have been farming and spending time with people in the fruit industry. He was always looking for better ways to do things: new varieties to plant, new rootstocks for plantings, new machinery to plant, spray, transport, prune and harvest the fruit, new spacings for trees, new trellis systems to train the trees, new irrigations systems and anything else that he could think of. In short, he had never stopped learning how to do his job better. He never stopped teaching those around him what he had learned, and his excitement and enthusiasm continue to inspire those who knew and loved him.

Rey and his wife, Mary Carol have passed on this “love of growing things” to their children and grandchildren and they are finding that same enjoyment in working with the Creator to beautify and make productive this earth we live on.

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