Apple Annie's Orchard
Phone: 520-384-2084 or toll free: 800-840-2084
Open: Daily 8:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. July 14through October 31
Apples, 10 varieties of yellow fleshed freestone Peaches and Asian Pears, Apple Cider, Pies and Apple Bread, baked fresh for you, Apple-Smoked Burger lunches
Festivals, Tours and Field Trips, Gifts for family and friends
Our cider mill is the largest in Arizona, and produces thousands of gallons of freshly pressed flash-pasteurized apple cider each year. Browse through our country store, filled to the brim with great country gifts and dozens of gourmet foods. Enjoy our delicious apple-smoked burger lunches in the shade of the peach orchard on weekends, or for groups by reservation.
Directions: Take I-10 to Willcox, Arizona, exit 340. Turn West on Ft. Grant Rd. and travel 5 1/2 miles to Apple Annie's sign; turn right and follow the apple signs with the arrows.
Apples: Gala, Red and Golden Delicious, Fuji, Rome Beauty, Granny Smith.
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Douglas Apple Orchards
Directions: take Lower Elgin Road from Elgin or Sonoita
Apples: 150 different varieties
Pick your own peaches starting in August, pears and apples are ready from August to October
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Dragoon Road 10-mile marker, Pearce, AZ 85606.
Phone: (520) 826-3331.
Granny Smith, Red & Gold Delicious.
All organically grown. Open for apple
Stout's Cider Mill
Phone: (520) 384-3696
Description: A favorite stop for travelers on Interstate 10 at Willcox Arizona, Stout's Cider Mill specializes in fresh, hand-made products. Using no preservatives, our products are just like "down home." Try our fresh apple cider, old-fashioned and sugar-free apple butters, our internationally-famous apple-nut cakes, and world-class apple pies—all made from apples grown in our Arizona apple orchard.
Apples: 18 varieties on 10,000 trees
Directions: Stout's Cider Mill is located just off Interstate 10 in Willcox, Arizona. Willcox is approximately 75 miles east of Tucson and about one hour west of the New Mexico border. Take exit 340 (Rex Allen Drive) and head north (a left turn over the overpass if you're east bound, a right turn if you're west bound).
Then make an immediate right onto Circle I Road. Follow Circle I Road just a few hundred feet, and you can't miss the Cider Mill.
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