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Apple Season in Oak Glen, Calif.

Published on: October 11, 2012

Photos: Riley’s at Los Rios Ranch photos are all taken by Ron Singer during his recent visit.

Fall is one of the most exciting times to visit an apple orchard during the apple season when the ciders, pies, pastries, fritters and apple butters are fresh and tasty.  Riley’s at Los Rios Rancho in Oak Glen doesn’t let all the wholesome goodness go to waste. No! They celebrate.  Between two sets of mountains  (San Bernardino and Little San Bernardino Mountains) just 15 miles east of the city of San Bernardino, Oak Glen is located  at an elevation of 4,734 feet. The public is invited to visit, pick apples, buy produce and come to the festivals, dances, concerts and hoedowns.  See losriosrancho.com for schedule.

Saturdays & Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. you can pick apples, pumpkins, & berries, take a hayride, watch apple cider pressing, archery, and more!
Hometown Jamboree held first Saturday from May to November includes old-time music variety show, just like those great old radio and TV shows of the 40s and 50s, with a hearty family-style dinner.
Apple Butter Festival November 23-25, 2012. Annual Thanksgiving weekend Apple Butter Festival features hands-on demonstration of apple butter making outdoors in a big copper kettle. At day’s end on Saturday cap off the evening with a good old-fashioned hoedown featuring music by Riley’s Mountaineers. Admission to the Festival is free; there are small fees for some activities. Apple Butter Hoedown admission includes the pumpkin stew, served up in large Cinderella pumpkins.

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