Fall Apple Harvest Driving Tour
Come take the Fall Apple Harvest Driving Tour! September 29th & 30th from 10 – 4
Savour the sights, sounds and smells of the fall & apple season! From apple and pumpkin picking to tasting ciders and apple wines, you will get a taste of the fall harvest. Visit a 172 year old “Mill in Motion”. Check out some 14 one of a kind full size historical replicas. Talk with a herbologist… a potter… beekeepers… Eight unique locations to visit along A Country Path. Tour Dates/Times: September 29th & 30th from 10 – 4!
Here at Archibald’s, our orchard will be open for pick your own apples. A great fall experience with family & friends! After picking, you might want to browse through our market and pick up some fresh pressed cider, apple pie, apple crisp… Our Apple Core Cafe is open on weekends with fries, caramel dumplings & fritters while quantities last! Delicious!
And don’t forget to visit our Winery section where you can enjoy complimentary wine and cider tasting. Our wines range from very dry and off dry table wines to dessert wines. And if you like cider, you will be happy to hear that we make 6 ciders with alcohol. You have to try our original Hard Cider that we’ve been making for 20 years. It’s made with the McIntosh apple and the Ida Red apple. And our newest cider is made with ginger. So refreshing! For the non-drinkers and kids, we have 4 non-alcoholic ciders too!
Speaking of kids, we’ve created a small play area for the little ones made with old wine tanks. We also have a small wooden maze that young ones have fun traversing through.
But the fun’s not over on this special weekend. You can visit Tyrone Mills up the road; Model A Acres (cost for the tour); Timeless Essentials; Rosemary Jenkins Pottery; 3 Beez.buzz; Knox’ Pumpkin Farm and Geissberger Farmhouse Cider. All brought to you by A Country Path. Here’s a downloadable brochure, complete with map. 2018 Fall Apple Harvest Brochure Final final
Mark September 29th & 30th on your calendar & come on out to A Country Path. Happy Fall everyone!