Michigan Apple Orchards

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Michigan Apple Orchards

10 of Our Favorite Michigan Apple Orchards

We are coming into the best time of year, in my opinion. I mean, really, what’s not to love about fall? Cool days, fashionable boots, fun scarves, tailgate parties, and of course, it’s apple and pumpkin season! Apple season means its time to visit apple farms, drink cider, pick apples and enjoy all the fun activities that these Michigan apple orchards have to offer.

Note: Be sure to check the business website to confirm hours and fall opening dates.

Anderson & Girls Orchards  – Stanton

Anderson and Girls offer a bit of everything. A gift shop, ice cream parlor, cider mill and a Wallaby Walkabout and a chance to feed the Parakeets. A Wallaby Walkabout in Michigan…I love it!!

Crane Orchards U-Pick and Corn Maze – Fennville

Bring the kids for a cow train ride or hayride. Find your way through the corn maze. Pick your own apples and take home a taste of fall. If you visit in October the pick your own pumpkin patch is open.

Friske’s Farm Market – Ellsworth

If you’re planning a weekend getaway to northern Michigan be sure your plans include a stop at Friske Farm Market. Their farm market and gift store has a large variety of Michigan food products and produce. The kids can enjoy the Orchard Playland year round, but during the fall season, they have a farm animal petting zoo and self-guided nature walk.

Michigan Apple Orchards

Plymouth Orchards – Plymouth

Fresh pressed cider, donuts, wagon rides, live music. It’s everything we love about fall. A hale bale maze and farm animals will entertain the kids.

Diehl’s Orchard – Holly

Plan a visit to Diehl’s for their CiderFest at the end of September. There’s so much fun to be had during this weekend event. There will be a BBQ, craft show, ciderfest run, corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, petting farm, haypile, bird coop, and kiddie maze. The kids are going to love it!

Spicer’s Orchard – Fenton

There are cider, donuts and fresh baked goods and wagon rides to the orchard. Pick your own apples, watch donuts being made and cider being pressed. On weekends there is even more fun with a large play area with inflatables, face painting, sand art, pony rides, train rides and visits to the farm animal barn.

Michigan Apple Orchards

Alber Orchard and Cider Mill – Manchester

An hour west of Detroit you’ll find tractor-drawn hayrides, 7-acre corn maze, playground and free straw maze and animals area. Take a tour of a vintage cider press and enjoy delicious, crisp heirloom apples.

Long Family Orchard & Farm – Commerce

A year-round working farm that has a variety of produce, but in the fall it’s all about the apples and pumpkins. There is also a cider mill and corn maze. For the kids, a pedal kart track, apple and pumpkin cannons, goat farm, large inflatables and play area will keep them busy for hours.

Michigan Apple Orchards

Wiards – Ypsilanti

Wiards is a long-standing tradition in Ypsilanti. Sharing apples and fun with the community since 1837. During fall weekends you can enjoy Wiard’s Country Fair, an agri-entertainment park for all ages. Orchards, cider mill, u-pick apples, corn maze, pumpkin, apple cannon, pony rides, inflatables for kids, petting farm, mini golf and so much more! Plan to spend the day.

Three Cedars Farm – Northville

Start your visit with a stop at the Donut Hut before taking a hayride or getting lost in the 7-acre corn maze. There is a fantastic play area for the kids with live farm animals, train rides and even spot to host a bonfire.

Wondering what to do with all those apples? Make these delicious S’More Caramel Apples.

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Deb Thompson

Deb lives in Michigan with her husband and a very spoiled Maltipoo. She is an avid road-tripper who always searches out the quirky, weird and haunted when she travels. At home, she is a wanna-be Joanna Gaines designer and shares tips and tricks for updating and surviving life in a small house. In her spare time, she creates and shares simple, yet delicious meals and cocktail recipes and keeps us with her own blog/business Just Short of Crazy (dot) com.

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