Carter Mountain Orchard hosted it’s first ever Halloween “party” on Saturday with a a costume parade, trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving contest, costume contest, hayrides, apple picking, and workshops on making caramel apples.
“With Halloween being on a Saturday we decided to have an event that celebrates the season,” said Cynthia Chiles, manager at Carter Mountain Orchard. “It’s been fun to see all the families here dressed up and having a nice family day.”
Carter Mountain will continue to celebrate the Fall season with apple picking lasting for another couple of weeks. Come pick your own!