The great state of Michigan has some of the best apples – and best apple cider – around. Don’t miss out on this annual tradition. You have a few solid weekends left to take your family and safely enjoy some apples, cider, donuts and pies before they shut down for the season.

And, as always, please practice social distancing, wear a mask and follow the COVID-related safety precautions established by each business!

Yate’s Cider Mill

Southeast Michigan has more cider mills than you can shake a stick at. But one of our favorites is Yate’s Cider Mill located in Rochester Hills. Stop by for apples, donuts and of course cider. Their apple cider is fresh and the same since 1876 (if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it). But you don’t have to stop there, be sure to pick up a caramel apple pie (if that’s your thing), molasses cookies or some homegrown Michigan honey.

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Uncle John’s Cider Mill

Uncle John’s Cider Mill is south of Lansing and one of the best in the business. They’re taking COVID seriously by simplifying some of their offerings and moving it outdoors as much as possible. You can sit on their hillside while enjoying cider and donuts, pick out the absolute perfect pumpkin for carving or walk through their corn maze.

VerHage Fruit Farms & Cider Mill

Located in Kalamazoo on the west side of the state, VerHage Fruit Farms & Cider Mill.  Is a great place to bring your family. Stop by for some amazing donuts, apple cider, pies and cookies. And like the other cider mills on this list, VerHage has implemented safety precautions to help tackle COVID while ensuring you and your family is able to get their apple cider fix.

Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm

Looking for a spot Up North for some apples and cider? Look no further than Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm. They’re open until November 1st and while some of the rides are closed, your kids can still pet the farm animals, enjoy some time on their play equipment or find your way through their corn maze! And, of course, don’t miss out on their apple, cider, donuts or cookies!

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