My 17 Favorite Experiences At Pennsylvania’s National Apple Harvest Festival
Staff, 2022-09-17 16:25:54,
Pennsylvania’s National Apple Harvest Festival is a yearly event held during the first two weekends in October. There are so many fun things to do and see at this festival, from the delicious food to the amazing crafts and vendors.
Last year, a relative invited me to attend the festival. Even though the National Festival is in my home state, I had never attended. So I jumped at the opportunity to check out the festival held in the heart of apple country in scenic Adams County at the South Mountain Fairgrounds in Biglerville. This South Central Pennsylvania festival is just 10 miles northwest of Gettysburg.
We arrived around 10 a.m., and a crowd was already enjoying everything apple.
It’s an excellent opportunity to enjoy the fall weather, eat lots of delicious food, and take in some fun traditions. Here are some of my favorite experiences from last year’s festival.
I was provided free entrance; all opinions are my own.
1. Walk Down An Apple Lane
Before you arrive, be sure to download a map so you can plan your adventure.
The streets of the festival are named after apples. You can walk down Macintosh Circle,
Jonathan Court, Gala Lane, and Yellow Delicious Boulevard.
2. Drink Fresh Pressed Apple Cider
There are several places where they make fresh pressed apple cider, and you can purchase it by cup, pint, quart, or gallon. There is nothing that says fall like some…
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