There are still two weekends left before Halloween and if you are looking for a quaint place to get some pumpkins and apple cider head over to Reed Valley Orchard in Paris, Kentucky.
I’ve heard a lot of people comment that they would like the farm or pumpkin patch experience but want to avoid the crowds. You can do just that here as well as take a nice hike to see where Jesse James camped overnight.
They have planted a variety of fall squash including butternut, cushaw, and various pumpkins and much more for pick-your-own.
Reed Valley Orchard is open Friday and Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM. Their final day of the season will be October 31.
Keep this adorable orchard on your radar and put a note in your calendar for their Berry Trail & Blueberry Pancake Days which happens just as summer arrives. If you like fresh blueberry pancakes, this event is just right for you. In the brisk of fall, they celebrate their harvest with Country Harvest Trail Days, each Saturday in October. You can come and pick your own fruit and enjoy the day. You can also pick pears from August to October. This event is not being held in 2020 due to the frost that caused the loss of 99% of this farms crops.
Reed Valley Farm has over 3,000 apple trees as well as pumpkins, berries, peaches and pears. They have an on-farm market that displays their fruit, crafts, edible treats and gift boxes which can be shipped. In their country store, they offer delicious apple butter, pumpkin butter, blackberry and blueberry jam. They also have amazing fresh baked goods and carmel apples.
Visit their website for opening and closing dates for the year as well as a list of apple varieties and the month they are available.
Reed Valley Orchard
239 Lail Lane
Paris, KY 40361