Apple Picking at Terhune Orchards
By Grit Staff
PRINCETON, New Jersey – Apple picking is a favorite pastime for many folks, and Terhune Orchards has been providing a place for families to gather and pick apples since 1976. Come for a fun-filled weekend September 17 to 18 to pick apples, play games and sip on some delicious homemade cider. Take the family on wagon rides and find your way through the Terhune corn maze. Pork roasted in an outdoor pit will be served for lunch, along with a slew of apple goodies like pie, cider donuts, muffins and apple salad. Admission is $5 and children under the age of 3 get in free.
Go to http://TerhuneOrchards.com for more information.
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