Apple Bin

It’s that time of year again! Fall has officially settled in as the crisp air has moved into the West Virginia mountains and crunchy leaves have started to fall. Our market is full of the sweet smells of cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar and vanilla as we’re baking all of the apple cider donuts and scrumptious apple pies our customers enjoy so much.

For our pies and other baked goods, we only use the best ingredients. We know exactly where our apples come from because we grow them! And you can purchase the same apples we use for our pies to make your own delicious desserts – or just eat them on their own!

We’ll be running our Apple Harvest Bin Special from September 20 to November 17 this year. This year we’ll be offering several of our most popular varieties of apples in our bins. Get the chance to mix and match freshly picked apples that come straight from the trees. And, you can pick from these bins at a reduced price!

If you’ve never tried a mile-high apple pie, go for it this year! Check out this recipe using Winesap apples (and a few others) here. Also, find some of our favorite apple recipes here.

Due to limited space, we’ll only be offering three to four of our most popular varieties in the bins at any given time. The availability will be seasonal to what is being picked at that time. Other varieties will be offered in our regular display just like we do all fall/winter/spring. To know what apples are being offered at what times during the season, check our Facebook page for updates, or call our Harvest Hotline at 304-263-1168!

More information about our Apple Harvest Bin Special can be found on our website, or stop into the market Monday through Saturday from 8am to 6pm and on Sundays from 10am to 4pm. We look forward to seeing you on the farm!

3 replies
    • Katy Orr-Dove
      Katy Orr-Dove says:

      Currently we don’t have pick your own apples. We’re working on planting trees and figuring out how to do that in a few years. Thank you for your inquiry!


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