Autumn and apples go hand-in-hand. Particularly autumn and apple cider — and, by extension, apple cider donuts. It’s the time of year for apple cider and its amazingly delicious spawn: apple cider donuts. We’ve got seven different cider mills that are also milling out donuts just about every day this fall. If you’re wondering where to find the best apple cider donuts in Illinois, read on! These popular treats make apple orchards worth the trip. Scroll on to learn where in Illinois you can get the absolute best cider and donuts this year.

For more fall fun in the Land of Lincoln, check out these 11 photos that prove Illinois is the most beautiful place and absolutely the best place to be in the fall.

Where else in Illinois can you get amazing cider and apple cider donuts? Share your favorite fall farms with us below in the comments.

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Where can I find the best fall foliage in Illinois?

The Land of Lincoln comes ablaze with color during the September and October months, with everything drenched in the most amazing golden, pumpkin orange, buttery yellow, and ruby red hues. In terms of the *best* place to view fall foliage in Illinois, we're definitely partial to Pere Marquette State Park. This beautiful place spans 8,050 acres in Southern Illinois at the convergence of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. This is a naturally stunning region of the Midwest; especially so during the fall. If you love amazing autumn foliage and bustling wildlife, there's no better place than Pere Marquette State Park. In the fall, bald eagles soar across bright blue skies, above bold, rolling hills painted red, orange, and gold. The best way to experience this splendor is the old-fashioned way: on foot, along one of the park's 12 miles of marked trails.

Looking for more gorgeous places to view fall foliage in Illinois? Here are more of our favorite spots!

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