Wooden's Apple House
Pikeville

Wooden's Apple House 
Route 5, Box 50C
Pikeville, TN 37367
423-447-6376

High atop Walden's Ridge, the Wooden family tends over 18 varieties of apples on almost 100 acres. Oren Wooden's father planted the first apple tree over a half-century ago. The apple house operates August thru November with apples, pumpkins, cider, homemade pies, donuts, souvenirs and crafts.

Directions: From Dayton, take Hwy 27 North to Hwy 30 West toward Pikeville. On top of mountain take a left on Route 443 East. Apple House is two miles on the right.

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