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Apple Gala & Cider Festival


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Great Country Farms, known for their friendly barnyard animals and seasonal pick-your-own crops, invites you to their Apple Gala & Cider Festival! While the farm is open daily for regular fun, this special multi-weekend festival, September 2-24, 2017, offers wagon rides to the orchard for apple picking, fresh cider and apple wine tastings, and cider pressing demonstrations. While enjoying hot cider donuts, hand-dipped local apple pie, and pumpkin ice cream from the Roosteraunt Concession Stand, stick around for live music! Plus, don’t forget to get lost in their 1.5-acre corn maze!

Admission to the festival also includes visits with plenty of furry, feathered, and hoofed friends, including cows, chickens, pigs, and miniature horses. Enjoy playing on rope swings or a giant jumping pillow, zooming down 80-foot slides, playing a round of putt-putt, enjoying a country hayride, and much more!

Click here to learn more about admission, hours, entertainment, and more. Great Country Farms is located at 18780 Foggy Bottom Rd., Bluemont, VA 20135. Connect: Online | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | (540) 554-2073.

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Disclaimer/Terms: These opportunities are subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.


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