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10 apple orchards to visit this fall

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10Best readers voted for their favorite pick-your-own apple orchards across the U.S. These are the 10 winners.

10. Weston's Antique Apples

This Wisconsin farm specializes in historic apple varieties, with options like the Old Church apple grown nowhere else. Visitors can tour the orchard during the fall Apple Fest.

Photo courtesy of Solebury Orchards

9. Solebury Orchards

During the fall season, visitors to this Pennsylvania orchard are welcome to pick their own apples and blueberries amid 80 acres of beautiful Bucks County scenery.

Photo courtesy of Mt View Orchards

8. Mt View Orchards

Mount View Orchards, a 50-acre apple and pear farm situated at the foot of Mt. Hood in Oregon, has been raising environmentally sustainable fruit for more than four decades.

Photo courtesy of Carter Mountain Orchard

7. Carter Mountain Orchard

This Charlottesville, Virginia orchard welcomes visitors to pick their own fruit throughout the season.

6. Tougas Family Farm

This second-generation fruit farm in Massachusetts invites visitors to come pick their own apples, berries, peaches, nectarines and pumpkins. The farm grows 30 varieties of apples.

Photo courtesy of Mercier Orchards

5. Mercier Orchards

Showcasing 52 varieties of apples, the You-Pick Apple Event is the most popular event of the season at this Blue Ridge, Georgia orchard.

Photo courtesy of Libby & Son U-Picks

4. Libby & Son U-Picks

Apple picking season at Libby & Son U-Picks in Maine extends from mid-August through the end of October. Guests enjoy live music that can be heard throughout the orchard.

Photo courtesy of Deal's Orchard

3. Deal's Orchard

This family-run apple orchard in Iowa comprises 45 acres of trees with more than 25 apple varieties on offer.

Photo courtesy of Spicer Orchards ​Farm Market & Winery

2. Spicer Orchards Farm Market & Winery

At this Michigan orchard, wagons take visitors into the orchards to pick apples and berries. The fall season also means hot apple cider and cider donuts.

Photo courtesy of Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards

1. Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards

This family-owned orchard in New York has been growing apples since onion farmer George Skiff and dairy farmer Andrew Beak joined forces in 1911 to plant apples on a hillside along Rte. 20.

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