People enter Edwards Apple Orchard on Friday, August 26, 2022, at Popular Grove.

Here are 19 ways you can enjoy the fall season in the Rockford area

Rockford – Autumn in the Rockford area means experiencing apple orchards, pumpkin patches, hayrides, haunted houses and more.

Here’s your guide to enjoying all that the fall season has to offer in the region.

Apple orchards / pumpkin patches

Curran’s Apple Orchard, 6385 Kilburn Ave, Rockford

Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm

At Curran’s Orchard, you can choose from over a dozen pre-selected apples or your pick. The orchard also features a glass beehive, petting barn, autumn crafts, apple slingshot, corn tunnel, straw tunnel, and straw pyramid. There are also hay rides on the weekends.

For more:

Edwards Apple Orchard, 7061 Centerville Rd, Poplar Grove

Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm

Edwards Orchard is a fourth generation family farm with 15 family members working together in the business. The orchard has grown to 100 acres of apple trees, pumpkins, squash, mums and berries. The orchard contains 50,000 apple trees and grows more than 30 varieties of apples.

For more:

Edwards West Apple Orchard, 8218 Cemetery Road, Winnebago

Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm

The orchard is located in the rolling hills of northwest Winnebago County and features apples, cider, pumpkins and berries, a dairy store, and children’s play areas.

For more:

Valley Orchard, 811 E State Street, Cherry Valley

Open 9am-6pm Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm Sunday

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