The Apples of Caledon

Caledon has a number of lovely apple orchards!

October 19, 2011 | | Food

Caledon has a number of lovely apple orchards – and it is definitely worth your while checking them out and perhaps even partaking in a little apple picking.

Here are the orchards:

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