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Weber's Cider Mill Farm

2526 Proctor Lane

About Us

Since 1908, over four generations of Webers have been market gardeners and fruit growers.  Like many At Weber's Cider Mill Farm, our family welcomes your family to great locally grown fruits, vegetables, baked goods and fresh turkeys-Parkville, MD, northeast Baltimore. farmers adjacent to Baltimore City, we hauled our product to market in Baltimore by horse and wagon.  Much of our harvest was sold "door-to-door."  Later, as the city grew out to the farm, our family started selling directly from the farm.

Weber's Cider Mill farm is the oldest cider mill in continuous use in Maryland.

Weber's Cider Mill Farm lets your family enjoy an outing together-serving Parksville and Northeast Baltimore, Maryland. We still press our fresh picked apples in the same Runkle's Company Cider Mill that Earl Weber bought from a New Jersey farmer in 1947. Since 1971, Jo-Ann and Steve Weber have run the farm market and cider mill.  In that time, we have continued to grow and sell fresh fruits and vegetables and press fresh cider. It's been great to watch our business grow from our bakery to a gift shop to our cider doughnuts.  It's been a special blessing and joy to raise our family on a working farm and now 3 generations of our family enjoy sharing our farm and fall family fun with Baltimore families every year.

November & December Open Daily
Monday - Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Samantha Wilker

Sunday, July 29, 2018
Love going there. Can be a little pricey. I love that I can always find green tomatoes so that o can make fry green tomatoes in the summer. There bake good are really good and so is there apple sider.

Karen Riley

Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018
Great local produce, frozen meats, and dairy as wee as amazing, scratch-made baked goods. And fun family activities including their barnyard full of activities for kids.

Michelle Boyea

Monday, July 23, 2018
Everyone loves the apples and barnyard fun, but it's a great market all summer long with yummy local produce. Also the peaches are amazing.

A.B. Bright

Thursday, June 7, 2018
Nice little market for preserves, local cremery products, and flowers in the spring. One late summer and fall roll around, hugely busy but a good place for pumpkins and apples. I love the cider donuts in the fall!

Megan Hughes

Friday, June 29, 2018
Pretty much all the produce we bought was moldy the next day. Out of 6 peaches only one was good, cucumbers only 1 out of 4 and 1 out of 2 cantaloupe. Also same thing with the tomatoes

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