Heritage Harvest Tour - Della Devoted

Heritage Harvest Tour


At the end of September, my family and I went on the Heritage Harvest Tour. If you know me at all, then you know that this tour was definitely my kind of thing. I love Fall and all things Fall related. I also love history, so I was a Happy Camper.


The Heritage Harvest Tour is a self-guided drive through the beautiful mountains of Appalachia. It is an annual event that is held the last weekend in September. You can visit both Saturday and Sunday, but from my experience; it is best to visit on Saturday.  


There were 8 stops on the tour, but time would not allow for us to stop at them all. The first stop we made was at Savage Farms.

Savage Farms was absolutely beautiful. 



At Savage Farms, you can browse their country store and take home farm fresh products including this delicious Maple Syrup they make. It is the best syrup I have ever ate. 


Savage Farms had several vendors set up as well as story tellers and displays. I love this old moonshine still that they had on display. 


You got to see how moonshine was made back in the day. This was water, not moonshine.

Savage Farms even had inflatables for kids to enjoy. Raylan had a blast on them.

The next stop we toured was 4 Got N Tymes Farm.


Raylan found the perfect pumpkin at 4 Got N Tymes Farm. 


There were hundreds of pumpkins along with beautiful fall scenery and shops to stop at while visiting 4 Got N Tymes.
We also stopped at the Baker Chapel Church. I somehow forgot to get a picture of the church. Anyway, they hosted a good old fashioned lunch. They also had a free petting zoo and offered pony rides for only $2.
The Baker Chapel Church also had photo opportunities with a Davy Crockett look alike. 



I also loved the display of tools and weapons that Davy Crockett used to use.

Lastly, we toured Kentucky Roots. While at Kentucky Roots, you can visit inside of beautiful cabins, see and shop antiques of all styles, along with folk art and seasonal items. You can also listen to great music while eating delicious food. 


Raylan loved the Skeleton photo booth that they had set up. Naturally, he couldn't pass up a chance to get a photo with Mr. Bones. 


We also had to get a picture together in the sheep cutouts. 
The Heritage Harvest Tour was so much fun. They host it every year come rain or shine. If you love Fall or History I highly recommend that you go. Even if you're just looking for a fun fall activity to do with your kids, take the tour! You won't regret it. I loved it!



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