No apples, all hills


Chloe Docto and Elise Fisher… your guides to apple hill!

Your fall essential guide to navigating apple hill through a vlog and pictures.

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  • We started at High Hill orchards which was ideal as the traffic got pretty jammed and the parking lot was packed by 10am.

  • Other than fudge, donuts and caramel apples, High Hand has a variety of homemade products featured at various booths throughout the orchard, with different artists displaying their work.

  • One fun booth had wooden figurines of fruits, vegetables and frogs! This type of quirky good is common all throughout apple hill.

  • Rainbow Orchards had a nice variety of sizes when it came to apple cider, so if you don’t want to go home with a gallon of delicious, fresh squeezed apple cider, consider a mini bottle or a pint.

  • Rainbow Orchards had a pretty long line, but the interior was fun and welcoming and made the line go by pretty quickly.

  • We were all in agreement that Rainbow Orchards had the best apple cider donuts- super warm and definitely fresh. While we liked the apple fritter from High Hand, if you only want to make one donut stop, Rainbow Orchards is your best bet!

  • We stopped at Denver Dan’s to pick our own apples, but unfortunately, they were out apples and there wasn’t much to see there.

  • Delfino farms was an ideal spot for a picnic lunch or lunch at their winery and a walk through their farm, the perfect spot for pictures and to enjoy a nice day outside.

  • On the way home, we made a necessary stop at Boa Vista which was not out of apples! They always have a great selection of produce and booths to stop at, as well as food options if all the donuts weren’t enough.

  • Boa Vista has every apple you could possibly need, and for low prices, we regretted not buying more apples.

  • There are some other fun produce products available, like these brussel sprouts.

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