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Go Out and Pick-Your-Own Apples Around Philly This Fall

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With Labor Day long gone and the weather this week firmly into jeans and t-shirt temps, it's the not-so-subtle reminder that fall is practically here. That means one thing: Orchard time! Get ready to pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, hop on a hay ride and top it off with some delicious homemade apple cider (and apple cider doughnuts). We've put together a handy map of some of the best apple-pickin' spots in the Philadelphia region. Some are a little bit of a hike (we're lookin' at you, Lancaster County) and some are straight Fall-o-Rama's (Oh hiiii, Linvilla), but we assure you that all of them offer the perfect opportunity to do fall in Philadelphia right. Have a favorite that we missed? No worries — shoot us an email or drop a comment and we'd love to continually update this map!


· Top Places To Go Apple Picking Near Philadelphia [CBS 3]
· 5 Great Apple Orchards Near Philadelphia [PhillyMag]

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Linvilla Orchards

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Linvilla is probably the most popular one in the Philadelphia area. They have everything: vast apple orchards, pumpkins patches and a cool farm experience with hay rides and corn maze. It's seriously Fall-o-Rama at Linvilla, so be prepared for crowds (Photo: uwishunu)

Highland Orchards

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Pickin' starts this weekend, September 13th, on this 200 acre staple in Chester County. Farm fresh fruits and veggies go great with their famous apple cider donuts.

Barnard's Orchard

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Here's a review from Yelp: "One of the last family run orchards in the area, this orchard has excellent pick your own apples in the fall. Theres a small store that sells country goods that make you feel like you're still growing and harvesting your own food like homemade jams, apple cider, fresh grown spinach and other vegetables. Love it and hope they outlast the housing developers." So there you go - no nonsense apple picking!

Brecknock Orchard Farm

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Explore Lancaster County's amazing fall scenes and colors with a trip out to Brecknock Farms for apple picking. Free samples, make-your-own caramel apples and harvest festivals are a few of the highlights.

Frecon Farms

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There's pick-your-own a plenty at Frecon Farms in Boyertown. Fresh apples, pears, berries and pumpkins are all there for the taking. New this year: applewood fired pizzas, craft cider on draught and, of course, apple cider donuts.

Solebury Orchards

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Located in New Hope, Solebury Farm offers a wide array of delicious pick-you-own fruits, veggies, pumpkins and flowers. Take a ride out to Bucks County and enjoy the beautiful colors of the fall season.

Shady Brook Farm

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Shady Brook Farm has pick-your-own apples, berries and pumpkins. Be sure to check out their Fall Festival for all kinds of goodies.

Styer Orchards & Market

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Pick your own apples, vegetables and pumpkins at Styer Orchard. Be sure to hit up the market on Woodbourne Road on your way out for apple cider donuts and incredible pies. (Photo: Philly.com)

Strawberry Hill Farm

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This is the place to go if you want to pick your own fruit without all of the crowds. It's smaller and doesn't cater towards the larger group/school crowd.

Johnson's Corner Farm

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Lookin' to cross the bridge and enjoy your fall Saturday in South Jersey? Definitely check out Johnson's Farm. With tons of family friendly activities, Johnson's certainly embodies the "Jersey Fresh" motto.

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Linvilla Orchards

Linvilla is probably the most popular one in the Philadelphia area. They have everything: vast apple orchards, pumpkins patches and a cool farm experience with hay rides and corn maze. It's seriously Fall-o-Rama at Linvilla, so be prepared for crowds (Photo: uwishunu)

Highland Orchards

Pickin' starts this weekend, September 13th, on this 200 acre staple in Chester County. Farm fresh fruits and veggies go great with their famous apple cider donuts.

Barnard's Orchard

Here's a review from Yelp: "One of the last family run orchards in the area, this orchard has excellent pick your own apples in the fall. Theres a small store that sells country goods that make you feel like you're still growing and harvesting your own food like homemade jams, apple cider, fresh grown spinach and other vegetables. Love it and hope they outlast the housing developers." So there you go - no nonsense apple picking!

Brecknock Orchard Farm

Explore Lancaster County's amazing fall scenes and colors with a trip out to Brecknock Farms for apple picking. Free samples, make-your-own caramel apples and harvest festivals are a few of the highlights.

Frecon Farms

There's pick-your-own a plenty at Frecon Farms in Boyertown. Fresh apples, pears, berries and pumpkins are all there for the taking. New this year: applewood fired pizzas, craft cider on draught and, of course, apple cider donuts.

Solebury Orchards

Located in New Hope, Solebury Farm offers a wide array of delicious pick-you-own fruits, veggies, pumpkins and flowers. Take a ride out to Bucks County and enjoy the beautiful colors of the fall season.

Shady Brook Farm

Shady Brook Farm has pick-your-own apples, berries and pumpkins. Be sure to check out their Fall Festival for all kinds of goodies.

Styer Orchards & Market

Pick your own apples, vegetables and pumpkins at Styer Orchard. Be sure to hit up the market on Woodbourne Road on your way out for apple cider donuts and incredible pies. (Photo: Philly.com)

Strawberry Hill Farm

This is the place to go if you want to pick your own fruit without all of the crowds. It's smaller and doesn't cater towards the larger group/school crowd.

Johnson's Corner Farm

Lookin' to cross the bridge and enjoy your fall Saturday in South Jersey? Definitely check out Johnson's Farm. With tons of family friendly activities, Johnson's certainly embodies the "Jersey Fresh" motto.