With the mornings starting a little cooler and evenings coming quicker- fall fun will soon to be in full effect around town! With apple varieties ripening now-October it’s a great time to try out your favorite fall recipes.
Check out our guide to Apple Orchards Around Dayton – Happy Picking!
(Information below is subject to change due to COVID-19. Please check for updated information before going via the business website or social media.)
During the fall they offer pick your own apples. Family and friends enjoy a scenic stroll through our farm to the orchard. The orchard is open for U-pick on Saturdays and Sundays during the season. Address: 4590 US 68 N.Yellow Springs, (937) 767-2208
Opening September 12th. This wonderful place is family-owned and operated business that offers a unique experience the whole family can enjoy. Whether you’re looking for fresh home-grown fruits and vegetables, seasonal farm market products such as pumpkins and gourds, straw bales, or unique craft items, ACFM has it all! And if you’re looking for some down-home agritainment fun, you won’t want to miss our Corn Maze Adventure open during the fall season! Address: 2323 U.S. Route 42 in Spring Valley, OH. (937) 862-4376
You can find it all here! Apples, vegetables, baked goods, petting farm and U-Pick season starts Labor Day weekend! Children will definitely want to visit the animals in the barnyard. Address: 9319 Wesler Rd, New Paris, OH 45347, (937) 437-8921
You will be greeted by a team member who will provide you with picking containers for a small fee (or you can bring your own!) and direct you to your own rows for the best picking. Apples are typically available through November and updated pick schedules can be found on Facebook or by calling us. If you need large quantities, please call ahead and they can have it waiting for you. Address: 8201 Frederick Pike, Dayton. (937) 890-4536.
The 2020 HVO apple crop was significantly impacted by the late spring frost. As a result, it did not produce enough fruit to support a public u-pick opportunity. HVO plans on using any apples in our delicious Apple Cider. We will be offering an amazing array of apple varieties throughout the season from the last weekend in August into early October in the retail market. New varieties debuted weekly from partnering orchards. Address: 5474 N. State Road 48, Lebanon, (513) 932-1869
You’ll find year -round fun here! Enjoy our friendly farm animals, a chance to picnic on the farm, special events, foods, and activities. They sell apples, cider, fritters, donuts, pies, and apple butter! Be sure to look into taking on their Corn Maze and other fun this fall- you won’t want to miss Country Applefest September 28 & 29th this year! Address: 1640 Stubbs Mills Road, Lebanon, OH, (513) 932-2853
The Brumbaugh family is proud to offer the entire family experience: fresh fruit, delicious desserts, and family fun. Whether you are looking to enjoy the farm experience with your children or a farm market with baked goods and produce just like the good ol’ days, Brumbaugh’s tradition of entertaining is guaranteed to please. Address: 6420 Arcanum- Hollansburg Road, Arcanum, OH 45304, (937) 692-8084
Tuken’s grows over 30 kinds of apples. Most apples are picked from late August to mid-Oct. We use several varieties of apples to make our apple cider. Apples are good for you! High in fiber, low fat, and high in Vitamin C.Try an Apple Cider slushie! We also have our own apple butter, apple preserves, and fresh baked apple pies. Address: 15725 Eaton Pike, West Alexandria, OH 45381
It’s out of the way and a bit of a trek, but A&M Orchard is absolutely worth the trip. Apple U-pick will begin sometime in September, for the full scoop on orchard conditions and apple availability, be sure to call or check the farm’s Facebook page before you go. Address: 22141 State Route 251. Midland, Ohio, (513) 875-2500