Marker-Miller Orchards

Marker-Miller Orchards
Pumpkin patch
Orchards in bloom
Cow train
Play area
Pick-your-own
Festival entertainment
Scenic wagon rides
Marker-Miller Orchards
Address
3035 Cedar Creek Grade
Winchester, VA 22602
Region Shenandoah Valley
Locality Winchester City
Date(s)/Time:
(9:00 AM-5:00 PM)
Phone: (540) 662-1980
Marker-Miller Orchards www.markermillerorchards.com

Relax while sitting on the front porch in rocking chairs and enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery. Or go on an adventure, by picking your very own fruits and vegetables (check for availability throughout the season).

Pack a lunch or purchase food from our food building to enjoy on a picnic table under the pavilion. The market offers a variety of products to choose from and includes a bakery with Marker-Miller's famous apple cider donuts. Wrap up your visit with a stop by the “Sweets Shop” where you can select from fresh made fudge, hand dipped ice cream, or slushees.

The kids will love "Kiddie Land"! You will find a large play set (with climbing wall, jungle gym and slide), a play set for the "smaller tots", spring rides, a sandbox, an airplane teeter totter, a large ship, castle, and a tractor and wagon. Or take a ride on the "cow train." Fun cut-outs offer cute photo opportunities.

Scenic wagon rides are available during festival weekends and then every weekend in September and October. The ride is about 25 minutes long and travels through the orchards and fields to allow you to see animals and more.




Last Updated: 1/7/2015 3:55 PM
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