From the bloggers at Gr8LakesCamper
Fall travelers will find a cornucopia of attractions in Door County, Wis., this season, including an extraordinarily bountiful apple crop and vibrant fall colors across the scenic 70-mile peninsula. Through October 23, the county will spotlight those attractions with the “So Delicious, So Door County” promotion, a multi-faceted celebration of the county’s natural beauty and rich food scene.
Door County’s orchards and farm markets are particularly compelling this harvest season as apple growers are predicting one of the best crops in years thanks to timely rains and heat this summer. Visitors can pick their own apples at numerous orchards starting the weekend of September 17 or purchase a bundle at local markets. The farm markets and specialty stores also feature a number of locally-made cherry products to sample and purchase from Door County’s 2,500 acres of Montmorency cherry orchards.
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