APPLE PICKING 2007

 

Off to Sturtevant, Wisconsin to Apple Holler farm for apple picking. Actually we were late for the apple season. A family-run business, its more than an orchard and restaurant.  They have a gift shop, bakery, live musical theatre plays for children and adults, barnyard animals to visit, and hayrides, to name a few.  They also cater food for any occasion, with their pig roasts being very popular. The Orchard/Farm consists of 75 beautiful acres with over 13,000 apple trees with over thirty varieties of apples. 
 

Its an hour drive from Chicago, when we arrived there about 10AM in the morning, the parking lot was full about 200 cars so I said wow full of people. The farm opens starting on September 15th everyday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.   Pick Your Own Apples.  Farm activities include:  Apple picking, Hayrides, Live Animals, Kid's Corral Play Area, Crazy Corn & Hay Bale Mazes, Golden Goat Bridge, Moonwalk Bounce, Enchanted Forest, Cool Cow Maze, Pony Rides, Fresh Pie & Cider, Caramel Apples.  Bring your camera to capture all of the memories.  There is a $5.00 per car charge for parking on Saturday and Sunday.
 

You have to rent a wagon to go around. $3.00 a piece.
 

Here Arabella and Kerrel on stroller while the background is a goat bridge.  With a quarter you can feed the goats.
 

The kids don't like to walk so we put them on the wagon, John, Joslyn Matt and Megan. They are all my grand niece and nephew
 


Jurifil and Justin in the cutout
 

Juan and Jurifil at the goat bridge
 

Arabella and Kerrel on the entrance of the corn maze
 

Sticking  out l to r: Justin, Matt, Joslyn, Glenn, Megan, Kerrel, and John
 

Off we go to the orchard, we choose red delicious. Rome variety was also available during our visit
 

Arabella, Kerrel and apples
 
 
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