The Tradition Continues
Over the years, Apple Day has become a local tradition. We are pleased to welcome many of the same families who return year after year because they so enjoy being part of life on a family farm, even for just one day. If you were fortunate enough to attend the first Apple Festival in 1976, you might have sampled fresh apple crisp baked by Gary’s mom, helped make our batter-dipped apple rings, and parked your car with assistance from the Mount relatives!
Make Apple Day a tradition for your family by joining your friends, neighbors, and coworkers for this year’s fun activities and excitement. Help us celebrate the apple harvest, apple cider, and autumn by coming to Apple Day at Terhune Orchards.
A Weekend of Fun
We’ve planned a whole weekend of fun for everyone — grandparents, moms, dads, and children of all ages! We’ll have farm tractor wagon rides and horse-drawn wagon rides, pony rides, and pumpkin painting. Visit our adventure barn to see what stories and farm fun you can see. Each year, the Terhune Orchards farm staff spends the year planning a new and fun theme for the barn. Our amazing Corn Stalk Maze is a walk through a cornfield – can you find you way out? Fun for kids our hay bale maze.
Bring your appetite!
After walking in the country air, you won’t be able to resist the delightful aromas beckoning from Pam’s Food Tent. Join us for lunch again this year. Watch the pig roast in an outdoor roasting pit. There’s nothing like a fresh pork sandwich. Our “Everything Apple ” buffet will include fresh apple pies, apple cider donuts, apple salad, apple muffins, and lots of other apple goodies and, of course, traditional fare of hot dogs, soup, chicken, pies, cider and more.
Relax in the shade and listen to The Daisy Jug Band, one of our favorites, play real country music while dunking your donut in some of Terhune Orchards savory hot or cold fresh-pressed cider.
Empire, Stayman Winesap, and Red Delicious apples by the pound. Terhune Orchards dwarf apple trees make it easy. No ladders, no climbing. The apples are within easy reach.
Scout our five-acre pick-your-own pumpkin patch to find that special Halloween pumpkin. We have pumpkins of all sizes and shapes.
Parking & Admission
Parking is available at the Farm. Apple Day is held rain or shine. Admission is $5. Children under 3 are admitted free. Admission fee includes corn maze, hay bale maze, wagonrides, pedal tractors, barnyard of animals, music, play tractors, and painting pumpkins. (Additional activities available for additional cost)
The Farm Store, pumpkin and mum display, and our new winery and tasting room are open without an admission fee. Convenient parking is available at the farm on Cold Soil Road. It’s a great place to bring your out-of-town guests and to meet your neighbors.
No Admission fee for Pick-Your-Own apples at Van Kirk Road orchard.
No outside food, pets, coolers or alcohol are permitted.