- $15 for pick-your-own Cortland baking apples for up to 20 pounds or a half-bushel ($24 value)
Horse Listeners Orchard
A quick peek inside Horse Listeners Orchard's 2,400-square-foot store proves it: anyone who listened to horses would build this exact establishment. Countless iterations of apples, horses' favorite treat, hang ripe from trees that fill the orchards. And when fall rolls around, the team puts them to incredibly varied uses, as evinced by the store's well-stocked shelves. Its wares range from apple pie to apple butter to entire living-room sets made out of apples.
It's truly a horse paradise; thankfully, there are real horses on hand to enjoy it. They train and board at the onsite stables. Visitors can also enjoy walking tours, fishing at the pond, or pick their own fruit. The orchard has plenty of non-apple offerings—it's lush with seasonal produce year-round, from berries to squash. Horse Listeners Orchard also offers pony rides and train rides on the weekends.