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Pick your fun: Apples, pumpkins, and fall festivals

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Fall fun is all about heading out with the family to pick some apples, sip some cider and find the perfect pumpkin.

Try these area attractions to find your fall fun:

Apple Holler

 

5006 S. Sylvania Ave., Sturtevant

262-884-7100

www.appleholler.com

A large venue right off I-94 where you can pick your own apples, pears and pumpkins. Includes a petting zoo, corn maze, mini-train and pony rides. Open daily.

Awe’s Apple Orchard

8081 S. Lovers Lane, Franklin

414-425-1426

Pick your own apples and enjoy cider, caramel apples and pumpkins. Open daily.

Barthel Fruit Farm

 

12246 N. Farmdale Road, Mequon

262-242-2737

www.barthelfruitfarm.com

Apples, pears, plums and pumpkins. Pick your own and pre-picked.

Basse’s Country Delight

 

S70 W16050 Janesville Road, Muskego

414-422-0315

www.bassefarm.com

Pumpkin Fest, sweet corn, apples, pumpkins, and petting zoo.

Cozy Nook Farm

 

S11 W30780 Summit Ave., Waukesha

262-968-2573

www.cozynookfarms.com

A working farm with hayrides and a variety of pumpkins, squash and gourds, and, of course, cheese curds.

The Elegant Farmer

 

1545 Main St., Mukwonago

262-363-6770

www.elegantfarmer.com

Apple pie baked in a paper bag, nothing more needs to be said. But just in case — the Autumn Harvest Festival includes pumpkin and apple picking.

Lindners Pumpkin Farm

 

19075 W. Cleveland Ave., New Berlin

262-549-5364

www.lindnerspumpkinfarm.com

Will you head to an apple orchard this fall?

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About Kirsten Yovino

Kirsten Yovino is a Milwaukee-area resident and co-owner of brewcityparent.com.

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