GO: Love Creek Orchards – World HQ for Apple Pie

November 5, 2012
Love Creek Orchards is on TX 16, very near the intersection of FM 337. On clear autumn and winter weekends, there's often a lot of people stopped here for good reason, the apple pie is heavenly. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)

Love Creek Orchards is on TX 16, very near the intersection of FM 337. On clear autumn and winter weekends, there's often a lot of people stopped here for good reason, the apple pie is heavenly. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)

 

Hill Country Region

If you’re looking for a great fall and winter Hill Country destination, Love Creek Orchards in Medina is highly recommended.  It’s on TX 16, in the heart of golden triangle of Hill Country riding. They grow apples on site, and they bake apple pies and fried pies and make all sorts of delicious treats from their apples. It doesn’t get much better than this pie-wise, so we dubbed it “Apple Pie World Headquarters.”

 

They sell the apples they grow in their store. It doesn't get any fresher than this. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)

They sell the apples they grow in their store. It doesn't get any fresher than this. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)

 

Just look for this stone building and the bunches of cars and bikes parked outside. You can’t miss it.

 

Fall and winter are prime times to stop into Love Creek Orchards for fresh-baked apple pie on TX 16 in Medina. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)

Fall and winter are prime times to stop into Love Creek Orchards for fresh-baked apple pie on TX 16 in Medina. (Photo by Valerie Asensio)


Love Creek Orchards
13558 State Highway 16, Medina, TX
(830) 589-2950 ‎ · lovecreekorchards.com


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