It’s that time of year, friends! This Saturday, October 7th, Kensington’s Greensgrow Farms is hosting their Subaru Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. And be warned: You should expect to leave full and tired because this day of fall-themed fun will be filled with local food, tunes, local craft vendors and farm shenanigans. Think: pumpkin carving, fall-food sampling, cider-pressing demos and more. Doesn’t that just sound like the PERFECT way to spend a Saturday in October? We think yes.
Welp, that was quick: The weather forecast is telling us that it is fall, people. And what’s not to love about fall? There’s cozy sweaters, changing leaves, pumpkin spice everything (okay, maybe we could do without that one), and it’s officially warm-pie-for-dessert season. And it’s a simple fact: Pie tastes better when you’ve picked the filling yourself. Lucky for you, there are plenty of farms around Philly where you can pick your own apples, pumpkins and more this fall.
Below, 10 Philly-area farms where you can pick your own apples, pumpkins and more fall favorites and tap into your inner child with hayrides, corn mazes and fall festivals. So don your favorite fall layers, grab some friends and head to the fields. And don’t forget to grab a jug or two of apple cider before you head home. Another simple fact: Pie making is better with spiked apple cider in hand.
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Fall is now well and truly upon us. And this being Philly, that means that our fair city is pretty much overrun with fall festivals.
I mean, Oktoberfests aside, there are still a bunch of different things to do. And one of them even involves drinking from a giant, 200 lb. pumpkin. And how cool is that?
Anyway, we just decided to throw everything together into a single, catch-all post so that those of you who haven’t made any plans yet would be able to see all the different good times available to you.
So let’s take a look, shall we?