You’ll Have Loads Of Fun At These 6 Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farms Around Pittsburgh
Mmm…mmm…can anything really compare to that first bite into a fresh strawberry? Or, a freshly-baked blueberry pie? Summer’s the season of the freshest fruit and there’s no shortage of it around the Burgh. Bite down into some of the area’s freshest fruit this summer while savoring every sweet bite. But, first head to these six pick-your-own fruit farms in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area to load up on the freshest fruits of the season.
There’s nothing better than enjoying the freshest fruit on your plate! Have you been to any of these delicious pick-your-own fruit farms around Pittsburgh? We’d love to see your photos and hear about your experiences there.
Speaking of farms, how about adding one or more of these fantastic farmhouses to your travel bucket list for a unique overnight stay?
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Leaf peeping is one of the most popular activities in The Keystone State. You will find numerous parks, gardens, scenic drives, and other places to take in the spectacular fall foliage. In fact, we've even put together a fall foliage road trip to help you find some of the best locales. Among them are the Allegheny National Forest in Marienville, the Susquehannock State Forest in Coudersport, and the Tioga State Forest in Wellsboro. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the best shots!
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