8 Places To Go Apple Picking In New Jersey This Fall
WORCESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 08: Apple pickers gather Gala apples in an orchard at Stocks Farm in Suckley, near Worcester, on October 8, 2013 in Worcestershire, England. According to English Apples and Pears, the fruit growers' trade association, the unusual combination of a late spring and hot summer has made this year's English crop the latest for a generation. However, a delay of more than three weeks and high summer day temperatures has enabled the fruit to mature well, which promises great textures and taste.
Fall is approaching and what better way to enjoy the cooler weather than by visiting your favorite apple orchard in New Jersey. Take a look at our list below of eight places to go apple picking in the Garden State this fall:
Wrightman Farms has been a Jersey staple since 1922 and is located in Morristown. Why stop at picking apples? Wrightman also allows you to pick onions, tomatoes, and peaches. Get more information here.