High Hill Ranch

High Hill Ranch

2901 High Hill Rd.
Placerville, California 95667
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Local Phone: (530) 644-1973

As one of the largest destinations in the Apple Hill region of El Dorado County, High Hill Ranch accommodates individuals and tour groups.

Guests can dine on everything from hamburgers and barbecued chicken to a large variety of apple goodies. Apple pies, cakes, homemade caramel apples, fresh apple donuts and fritters, ice cold apple juice and wine tasting from an award winning apple wine.

The large grassy picnic areas and the cool waters of the trout pond make an old fashioned good time. Enjoy the antique popcorn wagon and the largest collection of antique apple peelers in the county, dating from 1850.

• Leashed dogs welcome in outdoor areas.
• Open daily from Labor Day through Christmas Eve; check website for hours.

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A Doggone Good Time at Apple Hill <br/>  Photo Credit: @mel.chacon5
A Doggone Good Time at Apple Hill
Photo Credit: @mel.chacon5
September and October in El Dorado County means apples—lots and lots of apples and all the good things, from cider to pie, that go with them. But any time is a good time to visit some of the 50-plus family-owned farms, ranches and wineries operated by Apple Hill Growersmore »
Dodge visits Larsen Apple Barn. Photo Credit: @birdiebrain
Dodge visits Larsen Apple Barn. Photo Credit: @birdiebrain
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Apple Hill
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