Appleland Orchard

Opening Day 2022: Friday, August 26

Open 8AM to 6PM

Since unpasteurized cider can legally be sold only at the orchard that presses it (a handful in New England still do this), it’s a 40-year-old tradition to trek to Appleland in the fall. The cider is an unbeatable blend of Macs, Empires, and Delicious apples, whose nectarlike taste will make you swoon.

Yankee Magazine
R.I. orchard’s sweet secret: Cider doughnuts
The Providence Journal/Steve Szydlowski

The doughnuts have a tastes-like-Grandma-used-to-make flavor and texture, with cinnamon-sugar on top. Though it’s hard to discern a cider taste, the cider definitely gives these doughnuts a special lightness.

Doughnuts to Tempt Eve
Edible Rhody
Rhode Island Fresh: Johnston Apple Festival
Tim Forsberg

If you are looking for all natural and unpasteurized cider, Appleland Orchard is the place to visit. With a variety of apples and award-winning cider, this roadside stand offers up a great cup of apple cider, you’ll want more than one cup!

Rhode Island Monthly
5 Local Spots to Sip Apple Cider in Rhode Island

With a name like Appleland, it should be no surprise that this orchard carries just about every apple product known to mankind: apple pies, apple turnovers, apple dumplings, apple wine — the list goes on. But the cherry on the (apple) cake has got to be their cider doughnut. Fried in house with their own award-winning apple cider and liberally coated in cinnamon and sugar, these doughnuts are about as good as it gets. You can either order your doughnuts on the phone or walk right up to their counter.

Rhode Island Monthly
6 Places to Get Apple Cider Doughnuts in Rhode Island
Edelinda Baptista

Get ’em while they’re hot. Appleland Orchard offers up award-winning natural apple cider and hot cider donuts all season long. You won’t be able to leave the farmstand and bakery without snatching up some decadent fudge, fresh baked pies, caramel apples, and more.

Only In Your State
The 6 Best Places In Rhode Island To Get Your Apple Cider Donut Fix This Fall
Natalie Clunan

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