You can't beat fall flavours. Admit it; all year round, we look forward to apples in all forms like warm crisps, candied, or within a slice of pie. If you love this fruit as much as we do, then you can't beat a bite of it fresh off the tree. Here are a few adorable places to go apple picking in B.C. this fall.
If you haven't gone to a local farm to pick fresh fruit, then you are missing out. What we love that it is cheap seasonal fun that lets you enjoy the sunshine.
Sure it doesn't hurt that you also come back with a basket of nature's candy that tastes so much better than anything you'd find in a grocery store.
Apple picking also can make for some cute photo opportunities. You can get the classic farm shots along with all the treats you'll bake at home.
But keep in mind to reach the higher branches you might need to stand on a ladder. So wear your cozy sweater but keep to flat footwear.
Another perk about this activity is it can be very budget-friendly. You are charged by the weight of what you collect.
So if you want to enjoy the experience without paying much, you can just grab a few.
Address: 3111 Davison Rd., Vernon, BC
Why You Need To Go: It is a super cute farm where you can get delicious Sunrise apples. While there, you'll also want to stop by the gift store to get all sorts of apple products like juice, pies, preserves and salsa to bring home.
Paynter's Fruit Market
Address: 3687 Paynter Rd., Westbank, BC
Why You Need To Go: In the fall you can get plum, pears and apples.
Taves Family Farms
Price: $9.50 for a 5-pound bag
Address: 333 Gladwin Rd., Abbotsford, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can have so much fun in the fall. In addition to apples, they have a corn maze, cider samples, and a sunflower patch.
Willow View Farms
Price: $1.25 per pound
Address: 288 McCallum Rd., Abbotsford, BC
Why You Need To Go: In the autumn they have u-pick apples and pumpkins.
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