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Mercier Orchards, Blue Ridge

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Open since 1943, Mercier Orchards brings people together with nature in various fruit picking events. The orchard features U-pick opportunities; apple picking is the most popular and the site offers more than 35 different varieties of the fruit. Depending on the season, you can find strawberries, cherries, blueberries, peaches, plums, nectarines, and pumpkins in this countryside haven. The orchard features a bakery and deli store, a fruit market, and a winery.You can buy fresh fruits and fruit pies, ciders, dressings, and sauces, fruit jellies, butters, and preserves on site and taste specialty candies, such as apples dipped in dark or white chocolate fudge, or glazed nuts and brittles. If you're not sure what to choose, try a staff favorite--the apple cinnamon bread. Plan to visit Mercier Orchards during your Blue Ridge vacation using our convenient Blue Ridge trip maker app.
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  • So many things to choose from to eat and the. Bring back for others to enjoy… Bought things to try, bought things to eat at home, bought things to share. 
    So many things to choose from to eat and the. Bring back for others to enjoy… Bought things to try, bought things to eat at home, bought things to share.  more »
  • WOW! Sample the products, buy what you like (fruit, bakery, cider, wine, gift and novelty items), pick your own apples, etc. What a place! 
    WOW! Sample the products, buy what you like (fruit, bakery, cider, wine, gift and novelty items), pick your own apples, etc. What a place!  more »
  • We stayed a week in Blue Ridge. Went twice to Mercier Orchards, and bought about 6 blueberry muffins each time..... 'Nuff said. :) 
    We stayed a week in Blue Ridge. Went twice to Mercier Orchards, and bought about 6 blueberry muffins each time..... 'Nuff said. :)  more »
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  • This is a must do if you're in the Blue Ridge area. It's like a farm store with a restaurant and tons of shopping. The restaurant offers a great breakfast on the weekends. Amazing biscuits, fresh fruit, preserves, apple butter, eggs, sausages, french toast, waffles, chicken biscuits, grits, and coffee and tea. The store carries fresh fruit, preserves, apple butter, some no sugar added options, syrup, honey, stuffed animals, muffin mixes, donuts, and more. There's a bakery in the back. The employees were really nice. I'm sure this would be an awesome stop in the fall when apples are in season! The grounds are also really pretty. There's a pond you can walk around and benches to rest on.
  • This is the top of the mountain for farmers markets. If you are anywhere within 8 hours of this place you owe yourself a visit. From 🍎apples, 🍑 peaches, 🫐 blueberries and 🍯🐝honey to everything in between. This place has an awesome breakfast and lunch. A top tier bakery, candy, toy shop, jams, jellies and so much more!!! There is even a 🍷 wine tasting room with craft wine and ciders. Do not miss making a trip to this farmers market Mecha!!!
  • Beautiful store with lots of items like wines, apples, peaches, vegetables, decorations for the house, souvenirs, snacks and more! Highly recommended! You can take pictures outside by the lake and you can also do some fishing with the approval from the customer service desk clerk. Plenty of parking so hurry up and come to enjoy this place:)
  • Such a great palce. Super friendly staff!! Be prepared to spend some time walking and wondering in the winery, bakery, and store. SO many great products, such a wide variety of all the things. Syrups, salsa, salad dressing, pasta sauce, bread and pancake mixes!!
  • Absolutely gorgeous place. I recommend trying to have breakfast here but they only serve breakfast on Friday Saturday Sunday. They open at 9:00 and I would recommend getting there close to when they open as there is very little seating. Also on the weekend don't forget to hit up the boiled peanut guy out front. You won't be disappointed.

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