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Clarington’s popular Great Apple Adventure returns to kick-off the fall harvest season

Posted on Wednesday September 04, 2019

Clarington September 4, 2019/- Clarington’s Great Apple Adventure is back, officially launching the fall harvest season. This self-guided driving tour includes stops at 11 locations and four fall festivals highlighting one of Clarington’s greatest assets—apples.  

 The Great Apple Adventure is a self-guided tour created by Clarington Tourism last year to showcase agri-tourism and lasts until the end of October. This year, the tour includes stops at the 167th Orono Fair, Allin’s Orchards, the 30th Annual Bowmanville Apple Festival, Algoma Orchards, Archibald Orchards & Estate Winery, Pingle’s Farm Market, and more.

 “Harvest quintessentially represents one of the best aspects of our community enjoying the fresh bounty grown and produced locally. The Great Apple Adventure is a perfect opportunity for you to explore our agri-tourism, spend time with family and friends, and enjoy fall in our community,” said Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster.

Eleven local businesses are participating in the Great Apple Adventure tour that will have residents and visitors exploring Clarington’s rural routes. Pick apples at a local orchard or take the kids on a hunt for the perfect pumpkin. Try popular apple treats at a bakery or market, or stop for a pint of harvest craft beer at a local brewery. Travellers can drive at their own pace, creating memories and family fun, while following a fun adventure map.

For more details on the Great Apple Adventure, to find out all the participating businesses and festivals highlighted, visit, or the Clarington Visitor’s Centre at 181 Liberty Street South, Bowmanville.


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Basia Radomski
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905-623-3379 ext. 2214

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