October 5, 2021News
10 orchards where you can pick your apples… and sleep with your RV!
September 17, 2021Escapade
There are classics that never go out of style, like orchard tours and apple picking. But at Terego, we suggest you revisit this autumnal classic by camping in the orchard among the apple trees!
If you're with the family, it's an RV camping experience your kids won't soon forget.
Here are 10 orchard ideas to visit at the end of summer. So get your RV and head to where the apples are!
1. Puddicombe Estate Farms & Winery, Niagara, Ontario
In a perfect late summer road trip, there is apple picking, wine tasting and stunning scenery. This farm, vineyard and cidery offers it all at the gateway to Niagara, near Hamilton. To make the trip even more complete, you can also trek the hiking trails, visit the mini-farm or indulge yourself at the bakery.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Puddicombe Estate Farms & Winery.
2. Verger Méli-Mélo Senc, Laurentides, Quebec
The Terego team is crushing on this small and pretty family orchard in the Laurentians. In addition to the different varieties of apples, this orchard also produces pears, plums, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. Take time to walk around their estate and admire the view of the pond and colourful hills in this beautiful region.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Verger Méli-Mélo.
3. Cannamore Orchard, Ottawa and its countryside, Ontario
Cannamore Orchard takes on a haunting air for Halloween and transforms into the "Acres of Terror". But the orchard also offers plenty of activities for the family, including pick-your-own apples, giant mazes and covered wagon rides.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Cannamore Orchard.
4. Verger Croque-Pomme, Outaouais, Quebec
The orchard Croque-Pomme specializes in hardy apple varieties. They also have a great outdoor country-style bistro where you will want to sit down to sip a cider with a bite to eat. During your visit, take a moment to visit their aromatic plant garden.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Verger Croque-Pomme.
5. Verger Belliveau Orchard, New Brunswick
Located among the fertile hills along the Petitcodiac River in New Brunswick, the Belliveau orchard includes more than 70,000 apple trees! It's immense! In fact, it is one of the largest apple producers in Atlantic Canada. Despite this, you will be warmly welcomed there and, as a Terego member, you will be able to enjoy a pleasant RV camping site with a view of the apple trees.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Verger Belliveau.
6. Domaine de Lavoie, Monteregie, Quebec
Both a winery and a cidery, the Domaine de Lavoie in Rougemont is a great destination for adults. If you book a guided tour, you can visit the winery and facilities, drink in hand. You can also, quite simply, take advantage of their beautiful domain and the terrace for a most pleasant RV stopover.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking at Domaine de Lavoie.
7. Bad Apple Brewing Company, Huron, Ontario
Here we are cheating a bit because Bad Apple Brewing Company is a brewery. It deserves a spot on our list of orchards to visit in an RV, as it is located in the heart of an orchard on the beautiful shores of Lake Huron. Also, the fruits grown in the orchard are used in the production of some beers. Tasting good local beers is also a pleasure that you can afford on a late summer road trip!
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Bad Apple Brewing Company.
8. Cidery & Orchard at l'Orée du Bois, Chaudière-Appalaches
This orchard offers a magnificent panorama of the river as it is located on a cape on the banks of the St. Lawrence. In addition to pick-your-own apples, the orchard specializes in the artisanal manufacture of strong and sparkling iced ciders. All the members who visited this orchard told us that they loved their RV stopover!
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at the Cidrerie et Verger at l'Orée du Bois.
9 Halte de la Montagne, Montérégie, Québec
At the foot of Mont Rougemont, but in St. Damase, so away from the large crowds of Rougemont, the Halte de la Montagne is the perfect orchard for an RV overnight stay in complete privacy. Hikers can even stretch their legs on a few kilometres of trails located at the end of the pear tree field.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Halte de la Montagne.
10. Barrie Hill Farm, Simcoe, Ontario
In addition to pick-your-own apples, Barrie Hill Farm offers a farmers’ market where you can find the best of local produce. That's why it is the perfect gourmet stopover on a road trip to the Bruce Peninsula.
Click here to reserve your overnight RV parking space at Barrie Hill Farm.
Enjoy the apple season and have a good trip!