Deeply rooted in their mission to grow healthy delicious food for Texoma, Morath Orchard began as a small family farm in 1981. Through the years they have expanded from the small peach orchard to include a greater variety and quantity of fruits and vegetables.
Farm to Table Dinners at the Morath Orchard started in 2014. The dinners are put on by daughters of Jimmy and Becky Morath. Their goal for the evening is to share their passion for fresh food, fellowship, and the beauty of wide open spaces with you. Dinners are held in April, May and June (and potentially in the September/October). The evening starts off with a farm tour then dinner includes a starter, main entree with sides and dessert. Everything is home-cooked utilizing local ingredients as available! The menu is not listed as meals are determined by the fresh produce growing on the farm. Their farm tour and dinners are held outside, so be sure to dress appropriately with comfortable shoes.
The Morath Orchard Corn Maze is 5 acres and open to all ages. They have made a great selection of games for your family to enjoy for free. They also have home grown pumpkins, produce and snacks for sale during their open hours. You can make this a fun family outing, pack a lunch and eat it under a shade tree after you’ve gone through the maze!
Morath Orchard seeks to inspire people of all ages to understand the environmental, social, and economic relationship between food production and consumption. They offer learning opportunities through tours and activities, where visitors explore their greenhouses, vegetable fields and herb garden. Activities can include as available seed starting, planting, harvesting, and seasonal pick your own. Examples of nature crafts include observational drawing, scavenger hunts, create your own farm fresh snacks and more. They would be delighted to plan activities that meet your groups educational goals or interests.