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Old Apple Barn, High Rolls Mountain Park

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TripAdvisor
  • Worth the stop on the way up the mountain. They have lots of interesting trinkets and the fudge was wonderful.  more »
  • This place is up in the mountains on the way to Cloudcroft. We stopped in to see what it was and found homemade apple pie with ice cream and homemade fudge! Great, great little treat while driving thr...  more »
  • High in the mountains a incredible artist location - some food and snacks. Spoke to the owner one of the largest displays of craft "stuff I've seen. Plus art work of hers and others in the community. ...  more »
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  • Decent stop while heading up or down the mountain. Good place for snacks, but some items are a little pricey. I originally visited the location thinking this was going to be more of an apple orchard store with a huge assortment of apple items. Overall the variety of items inside seemed to be less apple items and more a variety of snacks and gifts. I saw cherry cider at the time, but no apple cider which was what I had come in for, as I remembered buying fresh apple cider from a place out in Arizona as a child. They carried candied nuts, roasted nuts, and a variety of pies and fudge. The fudge seemed to be one of the more popular items being sold along with the apple pies which were featured on a roadside sign. They did carry an assortment of apple items, I saw some candied apples, and apple butter, and apple pie, but overall the massive amount of other items in the store overwhelms the apple items. I feel like the apple focus was lost in the chaos of the crowd and the huge variety of non apple items. The store had a country feel to it, but the staff was busy at the time we visited. It was peak tourist season when families were traveling with kids on summer vacation. We did leave with some snacks for the trip ahead, I cant say I found what I was looking for or that I experienced something overly unique, but I would be willing to return and take another look, I didn't get a chance to sample the apple pie.
  • Place is clean, nice coffee bar and food. Mostly deserts. Also is a country items, nic naks. Very friendly.
  • This place is jam packed with cool trinkets and gifts. They have amazing fudge, slushys, and you can pick your own cherries.
  • They have wall to wall goodies. Take your time and look twice or you'll miss alot of fun things
  • Very much a tourist trap. Extremely crowded inside with trinkets and over priced knic-knacks for sale. Very limited offerings in terms of their fudge or ice cream flavor options.