An In-Cider Look at the Louisburg Cider Mill

Seniors Meredith Todd, Mallory Putnam, Emily Dowd, and Madison Sutton pose in front of the pumpkin patch after walking through the corn maze. They took many pictures at the cider mill to commemorate their visit last year (photo credit M. Sutton).

Seniors Meredith Todd, Mallory Putnam, Emily Dowd, and Madison Sutton pose in front of the pumpkin patch after walking through the corn maze. They took many pictures at the cider mill to commemorate their visit last year (photo credit M. Sutton).

Madison Sutton, Staff Writer

The autumn season is known for colder weather, falling leaves, Halloween, and more. In Kansas City, however, fall also means that people will be headed toward the Louisburg Cider Mill. It has always been a hotspot for friends and family, and this year is no different.

The cider mill features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and a small store full of apple cider, donuts, and other fall treats. The Louisburg Cider Mill Country Store is open year-round to ensure that everyone can have a piece of fall any time. The all-natural, homemade apple cider is something you won’t forget and is by far the best thing about a trip to the cider mill. 

Additionally, it’s a must to buy apple cider donuts when you are visiting. The unique treat  is something I’ve never seen anywhere else, and any replications would not measure up. 

The corn maze and pumpkin patch are sprawled across the cider mill, and although the corn maze is time consuming, it is a great experience. 

Cleary, the Louisburg Cider Mill is worth a visit, and it’s not too late to go this year. The fall festivities are in full swing, and the cider mill is the perfect place to take part in those experiences.

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