This year, we went on their Apple Festival weekend. They had pony rides ($3 for like 3 minutes) and inflatables and a few vendors selling country crafty wares. They have an older gentleman driving a riding lawn mower and pulling a "train" of wagons behind him that are made from old metal barrels... it's a regular country ho-down. It's so busy that they have people directing traffic and instructing where to park. It's a pretty big deal. They also have a Pumpkin Festival sometime in October. We may have to hit that one too.
Frank and I enjoyed one on the way home and we kept going on and on about how good it was. It wasn't like a trip my sister and I took once where our grandmother said... "This is the best apple I've had in a while!" and then 10 minutes later, "This apple's crisp but it doesn't have much flavor."
They have a dozen hay bales set up next to an old wagon so people can take pictures so I thought we should be one of "those people" who takes pictures at the apple orchard.
The boys had fun and Lenon got a $4 root beer float. It was a good day.