Bryson's Apple Orchard

1011 Chattooga Ridge RD

Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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Phone: (864) 647-9427

City: Mountain Rest

Region: Mountains

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Bryson's Apple Orchard

Bryson’s is located in the beautiful Long Creek area of the Blue Ridge Mountains, three miles from the Chattooga River and fifteen miles from Oconee State Park.

The apple stand has peaches for sale the end of July and will be available until the first or second week of September. The U-Pick apples sales open on August 15 through the middle of October. We have picnic tables available for those who want to bring a picnic lunch.

At Bryson's, we press our own cider and have free samples. We have a wide selection of jams and jellies, a wide selection of canned goods, honey from our bees, sorgum syrup and local vegetables when in season.

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