They have one of the biggest varieties of apples on Apple Hill. Our favourite type of apple is the Pink Lady, a pink in color and generally sweeter apple, and to date Larsen's is one of only two apple farms that grow them, and theirs are by far the best. There are a few other types that are more unusual or less popular that Larsen's stocks that most places don't. If you're looking for variety this is your stop.
They also stay open into the end of fall/beginning of winter season. Most places start closing around Thanksgiving, but we've stopped here while on trips in the area in mid-Decmeber for Christmas. This is extremely convenient.
It definitely has the feel of a family place. All of the staff are extremely friendly, not just with the customers, but with each other. It's clear they truly enjoy their job and that they know quite a lot about what they do. They're perfectly willing to talk to you about the apples, answer any questions you may have, or even just talk your trip in general. They also offer free samples. They're quite willing to let you try as much as you want and even go back to ones that were your favourites. This is great for kids, although I definitely still enjoy snacking when I'm up there.
Get their apple cider! It's delicious and stocked in very few stores. The restaurant they run that's across the parking lot is delicious. Obviously their apple related treats are the best, but they also serve very good food as well. The park across the street is lovely. We get food at Larsen's and then go across to the park and eat at the benches there. There's even a pond.
I look forward to stopping here every year, and if you're in the area or visiting from afar you have to make this one of your stops. Friendly, delicious, and the perfect apples!
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