Munch On Candy Apples And Donuts At Rhode Island’s Charming Appleland Orchard

If summer can be referred to as beach season then fall has earned its name as apple season. In Rhode Island, when the air cools and autumn arrives, the apple trees are ripe for harvesting. That means all kinds of delicious seasonal treats like candy apples, apple cider donuts, and others are just waiting to be devoured. Head to the Blackstone Valley and find all of your apple favorites at Appleland Orchard.

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Now that you don’t have to spend time baking up your own apple treats, spend some time outside this autumn. These nine leaf-peeping hikes will take you to the best fall scenery in the state.