Looking for the perfect produce and the best places to buy it this summer? Here’s a guide to late summer produce and some of the best farmers’ markets in and around Sacramento.
Whether you are looking to pick one up in town or head to Apple Hill for the day, here are five spots to get your apple pie fix.
Enjoy all that Apple Hill has to offer with art, jewelry and music live from local area farms and vineyards throughout the area.
The wildfires burning in California are sending lots of smoke into the local air, causing breathing problems for some residents.
The warm weather is fading away and it’s time to start thinking hot toddies. Whether you are looking for a hot beverage with alcohol or something good for daytime consumption, check out these five options.
From pumpkins to Christmas trees, cider to wine, donuts to orchards, Apple Hill has a little slice of everything.
Gather your recipe books and download your favorite cooking shows for the time to create razzle-dazzle has arrived.
From Apple Hill to Camino and Fair Play and Pleasant Valley, the vineyards benefit from the summer’s hot dry days that are cooled by the nighttime breezes sweeping off the Sierra Nevada.
El Dorado County produces gold of a liquid variety in over 40 wineries.
Sure it might not be made by you, but it’s the thought that counts. Here are a few of the holiday craft fairs and bazaars talking place around Sacramento.
It’s not fall until you visit Apple Hill! Whether you’re going for the fall bounty of apples, apple cider, apple pie, caramel apples or u-pick apples or the beautiful fall color and landscape, pumpkin patches and fun kid activities you will fall in love with Apple Hill’s offerings.
The leaves will soon be falling, school is back in, and it’s time to start enjoying some festive outings as a family. Each of these places and events are great for enjoying the changing of the seasons and starting some new traditions!