Pick apples from August through October at one of Rhode Island’s largest apple orchards.Established in 1930, it is a fourth generation family orchard run by Jim Steere, grandson of the founder.They grow about a dozen varieties of apples, including Red Delicious, Macintosh and Macoun apples.Free hayrides on the weekend.Farm stand sells apples, peaches (in seaons, apple cider, apple cider donuts, pumpkins and other food products.
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Literally 1-2 variations of apples, 40$ a bag.
Not worth it really..? Like, compared to any orchard in MA or CT it's 1/4th the size and 4 times the price.
Had a great time there today. First time picking apples here. We went when we saw there Applefest advertisement on Facebook. Glad we went. Enjoyed walking...
My wife and I took the kids (ages 2 and 5) to Steere Orchard this morning for their Applefest event. After walking about halfway down the first aisle of the...
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