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259 Masalin Rd., Lincolnville, ME , United States

Bob Sewall and Mia Mantello's organic apple orchard was planted in 1980, and is open to the public from late September through mid-November. During that small window, they open their farm to visitors interested in seeing their cider press; buying the naturally sweet, unpasteurized product; and picking apples. Sewall’s grows four varieties: Prima, Priscilla, Golden Delicious, and Jonagold. They also harvest blueberries and bottle apple-cider vinegar. In summer, hike through trees lined with apple blossoms, and in winter, bring snowshoes or skis for cross-country sports.

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Sewall's Orchard

Bob Sewall and Mia Mantello's organic apple orchard was planted in 1980, and is open to the public from late September through mid-November. During that small window, they open their farm to visitors interested in seeing their cider press; buying the naturally sweet, unpasteurized product; and picking apples. Sewall’s grows four varieties: Prima, Priscilla, Golden Delicious, and Jonagold. They also harvest blueberries and bottle apple-cider vinegar. In summer, hike through trees lined with apple blossoms, and in winter, bring snowshoes or skis for cross-country sports.