Le Verger Goguen


Gilberte Barnaby, Guy, Henri, Armand and Ronald Goguen

Brief History

When the father of the Goguen family retired, he continued looking after his orchard as a pastime. In fact, he planted most of the apple trees in the village. When he passed on, his children took over the farm, which they incorporated in 1982.


Le Verger Goguen is a family farm with 33 acres, including 5 acres of apple trees. People can come pick their own apples and even fish for trout in the pond on the farm (we supply the fishing rods) or draw water from the spring.

Where sold

Apples and vegetables are sold during U-Pick. Apples are also available at selected grocery stores under the Belliveau Orchard name.


Mid-August: apple U-pick
Mid-August to late October: stand is open


Apples, U-Fish

Other Products

  • Apple cider
  • Honey
  • Candy apples
  • Sugar cream (fudge)
  • Jam


Le Verger Goguen
401 White Settlement Road,
Cocagne, NB
(506) 576-3924

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