County Line Orchard
Whether you want to pick apples locally or make it a road trip, there are numerous places around Indiana and into Michigan where you can pick dozens of different varieties of apples.
Visitors prepare to walk their finds back to a tractor after visiting a pumpkin patch at County Line Orchard in Hobart.
It's prime time for apple picking so round up the family and get out to the orchards. There's a bumper crop of apples this season at County Line Orchard, said Ryan Richardson, the orchard's owner and manager.
County Line Orchard owner Ryan Richardson stands near a corn maze at his facility in Hobart. The orchard, which also includes apple and pumpkin picking and a kids farm, will reopen for business Sept. 4.
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HOBART | The 17th annual Make a Difference Day, a Halloween portrait benefit, is planned for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at County Line Orchard, 200 S. County Line Road, Hobart.
HOBART | A bushel of fun is planned for people of all ages at County Line Orchard this Saturday, September 22, in Hobart. It’s apple season at the orchard, and they have a great day planned, which includes a FREE music performance by Eric Lambert & Friends, beginning at 1:00 p.m.
A lone apple in a tree at County Line Orchard in Hobart on Thursday. Due to bad weather, the orchard lost most of its apple harvest. To remain open and continue established customer traditions, the orchard chose to source apples from elsewhere and make them available for "picking" from gutte…
Apples sit in a rain gutter hanging from a tree at County Line Orchard in Hobart on Thursday. Due to bad weather the orchard lost most of its apple harvest and came up with the gutter idea to allow for an apple picking experience. The apples are shipped in from other orchards.
Myers Elementary School first grader Payton Smith, center, and Madison Cooper, right, pick apples out of a rain gutter hanging from a tree at County Line Orchard in Hobart on Thursday. Due to bad weather the orchard lost most of its apple harvest. To remain open and continue established cust…
County Line Orchard tour giude Liz Chalfant explains to Myers Elementary School first graders how apples grow at the orchard in Hobart on Thursday. Due to bad weather, the orchard lost most of their apple harvest, but has shipped in apples from other orchards.
Autumn is the time for hayrides, hot cider and flannel shirts, as well as the time for a much-needed trip to County Line Orchard in Hobart, Ind.
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VALPARAISO | Thinking outside the box is something people are urged to do to be more creative, but Ryan Richardson told a group of about 20 people Wednesday at City Hall to think creatively inside the box.
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