Football, bonfires, hayrides, fresh picked apples, cider & donuts and pumpkin spice everything are some of the best things about Fall. Here are 8 delicious destinations Fall destinations in the Kalamazoo area for u-pick apples, cider and donuts.

  • 1

    Husted's Market

    9191 W. Main

    Kalamazoo, MI

    Two dozen varieties of apples to choose from: picked or u-pick. Homegrown peaches, nectarines, corn, tomatoes and other vegeatables depending on season and availability.

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  • 2

    Gull Meadow Farms

    8544 Gull Rd.

    Richland, MI

    Fresh cider, picked or u-pick apples and produce available plus Fall fun for the kids including a 5-acre corn maze.

    Photo: Bobby Guy
  • 3

    VerHage Fruit Farm and Cider Mill

    8619 W. ML Ave.

    Kalamazoo, MI

    No apple harvest this year but kids activities are still happening including hayrides, pony rides, zip line, tractor driving lessons and jump pad.

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  • 4

    Bourner's Orchard

    1974 N. 6th St.

    Kalamazoo, MI

    A small, boutique orchard with a limited crop- call ahead, the crop goes fast.

    Andrew Michael
  • 5

    Schulz Fruitridge Farms

    60139 CR 652

    Mattawan, MI

    Homemade caramel apples are a specialty at Schulz's. They also have 20 varieties of apples and farm fresh donuts and cider.

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  • 6

    Lehman's Orchard

    2280 Portage Rd.

    Niles, MI

    Fresh cider on tap plus wines and hard ciders are a specialty at this family-operated farm.

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  • 7

    Corey Lake Orchards

    12147 Corey Lake Rd.

    Three Rivers, MI

    You will find fresh fruit, organic produce, a bakery and 7 kinds of hard cider at Corey Lake Orchards.

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  • 8

    Stokes Homestead Farm Market

    13988 CR 215

    Grand Junction, MI

    Blueberries are their specialty, but Stokes also offers seasonal fruits & vegetables in the farm market along with a cafe and bakery. Fun for the kids including wagon rides, nature trail walk and pedal-powered go karts.

    Christine Keene