Fall in Grand Rapids, Grand-Haven, and Holland Region of Michigan

Enjoy the Fall Season in Michigan's Region 4 -Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas

Michigan Life's Region 4 Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Area including Allegan County, Barry County, Eaton County, Ionia County, Kent County Montcalm County, and Ottawa County Michigan.

Fall in Region 4 -Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas

This is where we grew up taking for granted the beauty of Michigan Life's Region 4 Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Area. When the leaves start to change into their vibrant red and orange leaves people flock to discover hidden scenic drives and color tours including Allegan County, Barry County, Eaton County, Ionia County, Kent County Montcalm County, and Ottawa County Michigan. Don't miss out plan your trip during the most colorful time of the year!

You have come to the right place if you want to see the magic fall colors of Michigan. Below you will find the best Fall Color Tours, Apple Orchards, Fall Hayrides, Pumpkin Patches, Ghost Tours and don't forget the scary Haunted houses!

What to See and Do in Region 4 -Grand Rapids Grand Haven and Holland Area

The Country Mill orchard is the only mid-Michigan cider mill where a family can pick fresh apples, peaches, and blueberries at the same farm. We also offer our own locally grown vegetables such as sweet corn, winter squash, and pumpkins.

Enjoy Hayrides at Fun Pumpkins, a pick-your-own pumpkin patch where 30 varieties of pumpkins grow. Pumpkins ready to be carved with faces for jack-o’-lanterns, stewed with spices, baked into pies, or stacked into decorative towers.

Open from May through October depending on the picking seasons. Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm Market have fruits and vegetables available in season, both already-picked or u-pick.

At Fruit Ridge Hayrides, we are happy to offer a variety of old fashion farm activities for you to enjoy with your friends and family. For year -round fun,try a horse drawn hayride or sleigh ride through our woods and orchard. Family reunions, school groups, church youth groups and corporate picnics are always welcome.

Activities at The Orchards

There’s always something exciting happening at Klackle Orchards! From exciting Pavilion events to our Fall Fun Weekends, the excitement never ends at Klackle Orchards. Just some of our exciting events include:

Do you love Candy Apples? Place your order today perfect for special events and fall parties and Halloween.

To date Blok Orchard has:
•45 acres of apple trees
•3 acres of peach trees
•1/2 acre of blue berries
•1/2 acre of cherries.

In response to consumer demand, the Robinette family opened the Apple Haus in 1973. The Apple Haus is home to the bakery, lunch counter & eating area, cider mill, home-grown fresh fruits in season and a variety of other tasty treats and gift boxes.

Jason Lummen pressed the apples at a local farm for his first batch of cider in 2002. After enjoying the success of those initial rounds of five gallon batches Jason purchased his first fifty-gallon fermenter; which his wife welcomed into the kitchen of their one-bedroom apartment in Heartside.

Jerry Sietsema Sr. operated his orchard and family farm from the Grand Rapids location from 1934 to 1995. After that time Sietsema Orchards moved to 8540 2 Mile Road in Ada Michigan, where it resides today.

With humble beginnings as a cider mill in 2006 with a 5,000-square-foot building, Vander Mill began distributing their cider products in 750 ml. glass bottles in 2008 and in draft kegs.

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