All native Southern Kentuckians, like myself, are well-aware of the fact that Haney’s Appledale Farm is iconic. Located in the charming map dot of Nancy, Kentucky, Haney’s has morphed into a family (or friend!) tradition for many. Whether it be picking apples, sipping on a slush, picking up some cider, or indulging in their famous fried apple pies — a trip to Haney’s is sure to surpass your expectations.
To quote, “The actual establishment of Haney’s dates back to the late 1800’s. Since then, the once small, road-side fruit stand has evolved into a staple of fresh fruit for the people of the Lake Cumberland Region. The farm has been passed down through five generations, the latest owners being Don and Mark Haney. The two bothers were raised on the farm and gained first-hand experience from their late father, previous owner Lawrence Haney.”
The product line is expansive at Haney’s. Many associate (granted, myself included) the market with their fresh fruit and freshly squeezed cider. However, shoppers are also delighted to see that there are also many jams (sugar-free, too!), cookies, sauces, and so much more! You’ll leave with full hands, I assure you.
The apple pies are a must. Case closed.
The apple cider slush — only better with our native spirit!
My friend Kinzie, pictured below, and I go each fall. It’s a tradition that I am unwilling to break!
Be sure to check them out 8350 W. Hwy 80 in Nancy, Kentucky. They can be reached at (606)-636-6148 – be sure to tell ’em that I sent ya!
As always: Happy Eating, Happy Traveling, Happy Living!
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FTC: This is not a sponsored post; all opinions are my own.