Rowley’s Red Barn and Rowley’s South Ridge Farm is the ultimate stop for farm-fresh foods and country fun, located just off the freeway in both the hills of Santaquin and the redrock of Washington, UT. The iconic red barn provides homemade ice creams and pastries, home-grown produce, and world-class dried cherries—and all the character of a family-owned, working farm!
If you don’t have time to stop in at one of our great locations, enjoy the fresh taste of our farm grown and pressed, apple juice. Our goal is to provide customers with an farm-fresh experience. Come tour the farm; pick your own produce; and enjoy fresh, local fruit or take home quality fruit products and homemade ice cream.
Can be found here:
- ROWLEY’S RED BARN
901 South 300 West
Great apple cider, cider doughnuts, ice cream and so much more. We love to take our boys here around Halloween to do the hay ride and pick out pumpkins. They have lots of fun activities too! Would recommend this place to others!
Amazing ice cream, with flavors that change all the time. Best Apple cider, found in their huge walk in refrigerated room.
This is an adorable country store! The atmosphere draws you in. The food sold here keeps you coming back. Make sure you try the ice cream, it is the BEST. And the ice cream may seem a little pricey, but the portions are enormous!
- 901 South 300 West
- Santaquin, UT 84655
- Message: email@example.com
Owners & Operated
Established in 1984, Rowley’s South Ridge Farms is a family owned and operated fruit farm that takes great pride in growing excellent fruit and in making delicious fruit products. Over the years, as demand for their products grew, the farm has expanded in acreage and into new endeavors. In the late 1990s, South Ridge Farms built a Rowley’s Red Barn, a retail store that gives customers a direct way to access the farm’s fresh fruit and products. A few years later we built a cider mill to make fresh-pressed apple juice, and a chocolate panning facility to cover our dried fruits and nuts with chocolate. Since September 1999, the Red Barn in Santaquin has been the home of fresh fruit, Country Spoon products, and an old-fashioned ice cream parlor.