WV Posted in West Virginia September 27, 2016 by Rachel Whetstone These 5 Charming Apple Orchards In West Virginia Are Picture Perfect For A Fall Day One of the best parts of fall in West Virginia is apple season! Get them at their freshest from these orchards and family farms. 1. Morgan Orchard, Sinks Grove Morgan Orchard This orchard has 23 varieties of apples, and you can pick your own. Morgan Orchard is on on Neff Orchard Road in Sinks Grove, WV (near Alderson). 2. Ridgefield Farm and Orchard, Harpers Ferry Photo Credit Ridgefield Farm has 14 varieties of apples. Pick your own is not available this year, but you can still visit the orchard and buy apples there, and they have other fall activities, like pumpkins and a corn maze. Address: 414 Kidwiler Road, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 3. Spring Valley Farm and Orchard, Romney Spring Valley Farm and Orchard - Eli and Misty Cook/Facebook This family farm has 355 acres of fruits and vegetables that they sell at their farm and around the area. Their honeycrisp apples are amazing! Address: 22580 Northwestern Pike, Romney, WV 26757 4. Kitchen's Orchard & Farm Market, Falling Waters Kitchen's Orchard & Farm Market This farm and orchard sells their fresh apples and cider at a market on the farm. Address: 1025 Kitchens Orchard Rd, Falling Waters, WV 25419 5. Orr's Farm Market, Martinsburg Orr's Farm Market Although you can't pick your own apples, you can visit the farm, buy the apples, and book a hayride through the orchards. Call 304-263-1168 for more information about group hayrides and bonfires, which must be booked in advance. Address: Orr’s Farm Market 682 Orr Drive Martinsburg, WV 25403. For more fall activities in West Virginia this year, check out these fall festivals.