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Dickie Brother’s Orchard has existed in one form or another since 1750.

Join a staggeringly long tradition of eating off the land with their pick-your-own apple offerings.

Apple trees take up 30 acres with all kinds of different types, including Honey Crisp, Gala, Mc Intosh, Empire, and Cortland apples.

The prices differ depending on volume, but start at

Dickie Brother’s Orchard has existed in one form or another since 1750.Join a staggeringly long tradition of eating off the land with their pick-your-own apple offerings.Apple trees take up 30 acres with all kinds of different types, including Honey Crisp, Gala, Mc Intosh, Empire, and Cortland apples.The prices differ depending on volume, but start at $1.50 per pound.

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Dickie Brother’s Orchard has existed in one form or another since 1750.

Join a staggeringly long tradition of eating off the land with their pick-your-own apple offerings.

Apple trees take up 30 acres with all kinds of different types, including Honey Crisp, Gala, Mc Intosh, Empire, and Cortland apples.

The prices differ depending on volume, but start at $1.50 per pound.

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.50 per pound.

Book Now Discover Hilton Richmond Hotel & Spa/Short Pump’s on-site dining options.

Try a cappuccino at Aroma Café, sample the breakfast buffet at The Restaurant, savor a steak at Shula’s America's Steak House or sip a cocktail at Shula’s Lounge.

The Marker-Miller Orchards include a farm market and bakery, along with family activities like hay rides, cow train, and a playground. Stop by in July to pick peaches, raspberries, blackberries, and tomatoes. And throughout September and October, 12 new varieties of apples ripen and become available.Morris Orchard in Monroe, Virginia, is open every day of the week except Sunday.They are a family owned and operated farm that grows apples, peaches, blueberries, and blackberries.Simply adhere to a few rules, and you’ll have a fantastic time picking your own apples: no climbing trees, throwing apples, littering, culling, or using ladders, and you’ll be good to go.Pick your own apples and then have the folks at Silver Creek use them for cider.

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