Pumpkin season has finally sprouted, and these loveable orange squashes are popping up in drinks and farms across the province. A charming old farm in Ontario is brimming with fall vibes, and acres of orchards and pumpkins await you. The Log Cabin Orchard near Ottawa has giant harvest treats and picture-perfect pumpkin patches to explore.

Fall just doesn't get sweeter than this. 

A historic farm outside of Ottawa serves up some massive appley treats, and you're going to want more than one.

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The Log Cabin Orchard is tucked away in the countryside just 20 minutes south of the city.

Dating back to the early 1800s, the historic farm comes with 33 acres of scenic nature.

The log cabin is brimming with rustic charm, and you'll feel like you're spending fall in a whole other century.

Every harvest season, the quaint attraction transforms into a paradise of pumpkins, apples, and cozy treats. 

The venue serves up massive apple cinnamon churros for the perfect fall snack.

You can bite into one of these spiced delights as you explore the grounds.

Right now, apple season is in full swing. You can pick a variety of these fruits to enjoy at home.

Around the second week of October, the pumpkin patch will be ready to welcome visitors.

You can wander through orange fields, snap some cute photos, and find your squash soulmate.

There are lots of other apple goodies for sale at the log cabin, as well as cozy apple cider.

The apple cinnamon churros will be available starting this weekend, so get ready to treat yourself.

The cabin accepts cash only. Admission and parking are free.

Throw on your favourite scarf and head over to the Log Cabin Orchard for tons of cozy vibes.

Log Cabin Orchard

Price: Free admission

Address: 6121 Cabin Rd., Osgoode, ON

Why You Need To Go: Fill up on giant apple cinnamon churros and have some fall fun at this charming orchard.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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