There Are Still Plenty Of Apples To Be Picked! - Hank

It's a New England tradition that keeps going and going and going: apple picking. It helps to transition from summer to fall and leads to Thanksgiving and then the holidays!

Apple picking starts in mid August and runs through early November, although the pickings get slimmer and slimmer the later you go. This weekend should still yield a plentiful apple picking experience!

Where to Go Apple Picking Around Boston

Note: The hours and rates below are updated as of September 18, 2017. We recommend checking the farms' individual websites or calling ahead for details on apple varieties and other specifics. Fresh hot cider, crisp juicy apples, and sugary cider doughnuts are all some of the best parts of fall in New England.

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