A group of friends walks back to their car after enjoying the sweet apple treats available.
The famous hot apple cider donuts at Rainbow Orchards or other farms are a main destination for many families.
After talking to an employee, a mother and her two daughters pick out boxes of the best apples to bring home to make fresh applesauce.
People stop by the pumpkin stands which signals that fall is coming and kids try to convince their parents to buy one.
Families eagerly wait in line at Joan’s Apple Bakery to purchase the famous Walkin’ Pie with homemade cider sauce.
Golden delicious and Fuji apples are packaged in bags or boxes for the buyer’s choice.
A family takes their masks off to prepare for a photograph in front of a fall themed background.
At Delfino Farms, formerly known as Kids Inc., large wooden containers with varieties of pumpkins are displayed.
Boxes of apples are lined up at Rainbow Orchards available for purchase.
By Corinne DeJong,
Apple Hill is a location in Placerville, California, filled with apple farms. Due to COVID-19, new adjustments have been made to activities. In spite of all the changes, many friends and families have been able to continue their tradition of visiting. Click through this photo essay to take a look at a day at Apple Hill in fall 2020.