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Livingston County and Surrounding Michigan Area Cider Mills – Partners Real Estate Professionals

When the crisp blue skies of Southeast Michigan are calling to your sense of adventure…Cider Mills come to mind.  Your friends at Partners Real Estate Professionals would like to share with you the following list of local area Cider Mills:

 ERWIN ORCHARDS – SOUTH LYON, MI

Erwin Orchards Cider Mill

 

 

 

 

 

Erwin Orchards, Inc.

Erwin Orchards is located in Oakland County at 61475 Silver Lake Road, South Lyon, Michigan 48178.  The driveway to the Cider Mill is on Silver Lake Road.  The U-Pick driveway is located off of Pontiac Trail, just south of the CVS.  While there are several exits available to take off of I-96 to get to Erwin Orchards, the most direct route is Exit 153, Kent Lake Road.

About Erwin Orchards

Erwin Orchards Inc. is a third generation family farm located in South Lyon, Michigan, celebrating our 94th year and still growing. James N. Erwin planted his first tree in 1920. His son Edward and grandson Bill have carried on his ideals. Bill and wife Linda, along with partner Bill Emery, are now managing the 200 acres of fruit with state of the art technology. Edward Erwin, though semi retired, assists with the general farm operations and serves as their technical consultant.

Visit Erwin Orchards website here.


DIEHL’S ORCHARD & CIDER MILL – Holly, MI

DIEHL'S CIDER MILL

HELPING YOU MAKE FAMILY MEMORIES FOR OVER 60 YEARS!!

HOURS: 9am to 6pm, daily. Seven days a week!
ADDRESS: 1479 Ranch Road, Holly MI 48442 (View Map)

PHONE: 248-634-8981    Visit website here

 


Spicer Orchards – Fenton, MI

Spicer Orchards

 

Fall Festival Weekends at Spicer Orchards READ ALL ABOUT IT!

Five Generations of Farming

The Spicer family has been growing fruit in southeastern Michigan for five generations.  Spicer Orchards Cider Mill TruckThe first farm was near Detroit and fruit was taken by horse and wagon downtown. The first market that we have pictures of was located near the corner of Grand River road and Novi road. We have put together a collection of photos taken in the 1950s of our first market in Novi. We hope you enjoy this part of our family heritage.  Read more here.   

10411 Clyde Rd.
Fenton, MI 48430
(810) 632-7692


Parshallville Cider Mill

Parshallville Cider Mill

 

Tom Walker’s Grist Mill is a Michigan Historic Site. It is commonly known as the Parshallville Cider Mill, located in Parshallville, a small picturesque community, sitting on the banks of the North Ore Creek in Livingston County .

Come visit our 136 year old mill which is one of the few remaining water-powered mills in Michigan . This mill also has a rich history as a flour mill known as Success Flour. It eventually became a grist mill, grinding grain for animal feed. These grains are still listed on the mill wall today.

This cider mill attracts autumn visitors from all over the state.  Parshallville Cider MillWe make cider, spiced donuts, caramel apples, and homemade apple pies. In addition, you can choose from a variety of heirloom apples for baking and eating. We also offer made in Michigan products including local honey.

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Direct route: From the South: Take US-23 to the Clyde Road exit. Head West on Clyde Road. Turn North onto Old US-23 at the four-way stop. Parshallville Road is approximately 1 mile North of Clyde Road and 1 mile South of Faussett Road. Head West on Parshallville Road and follow it into the village. From the North: Take US-23 to the Center Road exit. Head West on Center Road. Turn South onto Old US-23 at the four-way stop. Parshallville Road is approximately 2 miles South off of Old US-23. Head West on Parshallville Road and follow it into the village.


Dexter_Cider_Mill

Dexter Cider Mill – A Taste of Heritage

The Dexter Cider Mill is the oldest continuously operating Cider Mill in Michigan. Cited by “Hour Detroit” magazine as one of the 101 places to visit in the greater Metropolitan area. Today we make cider the same way it was made 120 years ago by using an oak rack press. Using locally grown and hand picked apples and blending 3-5 different varieties in every pressing, which makes each press unique. The equipment used to press the cider is over 100 years old.

The Cider Mill is open from late August to Mid-November, Wed-Sun 9-5 PM.   Events involve wine tasting from the Sandhill Crane Winery on Saturday from 11-5 PM and on Sunday from 12-5 PM. Other events showcased throughout the season, please stay tuned. We hope you enjoy the experience that our family has to share with you!

 

 

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