This Utah Century Farm, established in 1904 by William Zollinger, a Swiss-German immigrant to Cache Valley, was always known as a fruit farm throughout the years. William Zollinger established one of the first apple orchards in Cache Valley. When grandson Ron Zollinger took over the the management of the family farm in 1980, he improved its operation. At this historic farm you can find not only 13 varieties of apples, but cider in the fall, and pumpkins and squash. Ron has expanded his horticulture activities to the production of a wide variety of trees, shrubs and perrenials. At one point when the ownership and operation of the farm came to a crossroads, Ron worked to purchase the farm and put the land into a conservation easement, which insures that the historic property will always remain in use for agriculture. Friends and neighbors whole heartedly supported this cause by contributing funds to make it happen, so that today many people can visit and enjoy Zollinger Fruit and Tree Farm.
- Go east on Logan's Center Street, turn south on 1000 East. Farm is on the east side of the street.