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SUGAR PLUM ACRES (Peach Picking)

Sugar Plum Acres provided us with buckets, and we headed out to the orchards. Throughout the season, they have different peaches available to pick, and we will be coming all summer long!

PEACH PICKING AT VALLEY VIEW ORCHARDS

We drove out to Valley View Orchards last weekend for their opening day of Peach Picking. Oh my beautiful. I still can't get over those views. So blessed to live here!

B & R BERRIES

This was our absolute first time picking berries. We loved B & R BERRIES, and can't wait to head back to stock up on more blueberries and raspberries.

ENGLISH LAVENDER FARM

The English Lavender Farm is a place I have LOVED going every single summer! I look forward to it every year. U-pick bundle of lavender for $6

SANCTUARY ONE FARM TOUR

Sanctuary One provides a safe, loving home to rescued farm animals and pets. It’s all part of a practice called care farming. Care farms, like Sanctuary One, demonstrate how farming for health can be an affordable, natural and effective means of healing people. Sanctuary One provides a safe, loving home to rescued farm animals and pets. It’s all part of a practice called care farming.

CAMP MILLENNIUM PUMPKIN PATCH

Fall is finally here, and there's something you can do to celebrate the season and help kids in need at the same time. Camp Millennium holds a pumpkin patch fundraiser at Wildlife Safari through the month of October. Camp Millennium is for children from 5-16 years of age who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

PHEASANT FIELDS FARM

Enjoying the Harvest Festival with kid-friendly pumpkin games, pumpkin patch, country store, corn maze, hay rides, a pear shooting gallery, and MORE!

LEONARD’S ORCHARD (Apple Picking)

Apple Picking at Leonard's Orchard today! We filled our baskets full of Fuji and Golden Delicious. My kids had a blast collecting their apples, and eating a few along the way.

7 OAKS FARM

On Friday, We headed over to 7 OAKS FARM in Central Point. Their Fall Activities don't start until Oct. 3rd, but they already have their pumpkins out, and I wanted to see what the farm was all about on a regular day...