Photography Rules at Garwood’s

Photographer Rules at Garwood Orchards

Thank you for your interest in taking photos at Garwood Orchards. We are thrilled that you value our location and what it has to offer for your client’s photos. We do ask that you follow a few simple guidelines as you use our facility.

Individual client and family sessions ARE permitted if a client requests our location for their photos. However, please do NOT advertise Garwood Orchards as a session location for your clients.

Mini Sessions are NOT allowed at the farm.

Photography is only allowed during operating hours of 8am to 6pm. Please note that you will park in the designated parking areas for all customers and take the wagon rides to the orchard. This typically means at the farm market. If you have questions, please call Carey Garwood directly at 219-363-8060 for clarification.

For photography groups of 6 or less you will be considered a family group and charged the minimum family picking container fee of $20.
Groups larger than 6 will need to buy additional picking containers at $8 per person minimum.Of course, enjoy picking the things you pay for!

If your client is wanting pictures in our apple orchard you must purchase the minimum containers for entry. Please follow apple picking rules as outlined for the orchard.

Please be respectful of other customers around you as to not interfere with their experience at the farm.
We discourage props. We do not allow large bags and there is not much room for a variety of items on the wagon.
Drones are NOT allowed.

All photos must be family friendly.

Pets are allowed but MUST BE LEASHED and common sense used in having pets around other customers.

If you publish any photos to social media, we ask that you tag Garwood Orchards to give credit for using our location.

Garwood Orchards assumes no responsibility for loss, theft, or damage to any equipment or belongings.

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Garwood Orchard & Farm Market in Northwest Indiana offers a Farm Market, Bake Shoppe, Gelato Bar, Seasonal Grill and UPick Farm.

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