Do you love farmer's markets and all things fresh? If you do, this cute spot is the best of both worlds! Gilcrease Orchard in Las Vegas lets you pick your own fruits and flowers so you can skip the produce aisle altogether. You can get in the fall vibes and treat yourself to amazing homegrown goodies while enjoying the sunshine.

Gilcrease Orchard has a wide variety of tasty fruits and veggies for you to choose from.

You can pick your own, and even grab some dazzling sunflowers to brighten up your house.

Depending on your favorite produce, prices range between 0.25 cents and $8, which means there are tons of budget-friendly options to go around.

You can choose from peaches squash, watermelons, and sweet corn, to name a few.

There are also towering sunflowers as bright as sunshine that only cost $2 per bloom and make the perfect leafy friends!

The best part is you can park and visit this enchanting spot for free, and spend your mornings wandering through endless fields filled with tasty treats.

You can even download a free app that lets you locate your product of choice with maps and directions.

This U-pick spot is open from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Their website recommends wearing comfy shoes as you have to walk to the fruits, veggies, and flowers from the parking area.

No pets are allowed, but they can enjoy some of your tasty finds when you get home!

You can even sip on tasty apple cider or yummy kettle corn after your hunt for a little fall refreshment.

While farm to table is great when you're eating out, there is nothing as impressive as picking your very own treats and enjoying the fruits of your efforts (no pun intended).

Get ready for a whole new kind of experience filled with fresh produce and sunshine-filled fields.

Gilcrease Orchard

Price: Free entry

Address: 7800 N. Tenaya Way, Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: You can visit this dreamy orchard full of fresh fruit, veggies, and flowers just waiting to be picked.

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