When I think of fall activities, I think of apple picking, pumpkin patch, corn maze and all of the delicious fall inspired food and recipes! I also can’t help but love that I can have all of this and more so close to home.
Welcome to All Seasons Orchard | Apples & Pumpkins. Our family favorite for the past 7 years!
If you are a long time follower, you know my love for fall and all things apple/ pumpkin runs deep. But when it comes to fall activities there is no place we rather be than All Seasons Orchard.
I will let my photos speak for themselves but hurry and visit this orchard asap. Their honeycrisp apples are in full bloom and they are going like hot cakes.
Speaking of hot cakes, All Seasons has a great selection of good ol’ fashioned farm food! From freshly pressed apple cider, scratch hand dipped caramel apples, deliciously crunchy kettle corn and HELLO, the most decadent apple cider donuts you will ever have in your life.
What are you still doing reading this blog? Go!
All Seasons Orchard | Apples & Pumpkins
All tickets can be purchased upon arrival at the farm. Only weekend, Labor Day and Columbus Day tickets can be purchased online in advance.
Parking is free.
– Get the COMBO pass. This is so worth it. Not only do you get to walk around the orchard, pick and sample apples, [honeycrisp are $3 extra pp] but afterwards the kids get to enjoy the Barnyard to the fullest. Corn maze, zip line, train ride, farm animals, jump pillow, duck race and so much more.
- Additional charge: Pony rides, apple cannon, feed and pumpkins.
– If you are coming with kids, visit on the weekends. No activities are available during the week.
– Do not leave without checking out the kitchen and the market. As I mentioned above, you need to try all of the fall favorites. Freshly baked and made on site. But don’t forget to pick up some local honey and a gift or two as well!
– Dress for the occasion. Check the weather for the full day as you will most likely spend an entire day here. Do not wear flip flops as the terrain in the orchard or pumpkin patch can be slippery.
– Bring bug spray. There are occasional mosquitoes so just be prepared.
– Expect bees. This is their home. They love apples and if bothered, will love you too.
– Try the apples. While in the orchard you can eat the apples but please be respectful. When you are done, toss the leftovers under the trees. This is so the bees can stay away from the main walking paths but also to prevent people from tripping and slipping.
– Be respectful. Depending on when you visit, there are usually crowds of people. There is enough space for everyone and enough apples and pumpkins for all. Listen to the guide and follow the rules, please.
– Have fun! Take tons of pictures, eat lots of apples, pick the best pumpkins and enjoy the time with your loved ones. If you haven’t already, make this a tradition just like we have. Hope to see you at the orchard soon!
Until next time….
We love this orchard too!
We went to Kellers but this place loojs awesome!
Will have to check that one too!
I love the corn pits and when you come home and it’s in the dryer. Cracks me up for some reason.
Hahaha that totally happened!