After Riley's, we drove to http://www.snow-line.com/where they are famous for their apple cider mini donuts. For about $4 we got a dozen. You get to see how they are made and they come hot off the press to enjoy a warm snack. They were delish!
From there we went to Willowbrook Farm for their cider pressing. They are the only place we found that will sell the cider in a half gallon instead of a gallon. We did the half gallon for $9. After tasting the cider we made, we wished we would have bought the gallon. But I didn't want to spend $15-$16 on cider. It was a fun and labor intensive experience. The girls chose the apples they wanted from the variety they had in the very cold watered bucket and filled up a wooden basket. One girl put the apples in the pressing machine while the other one turned the crank. Luckily for me the girls did all the work with the help of a friendly employee.
Our next stop was Riley's Apple Farm where the girls had fun playing in a cabin type playhouse. They also had some archery, tomahawk throw, hayrides, cider pressing.
Our last stop was Oak Tree Village. I was hoping to try some apple pie at the famous Apple Annies; but the line was wrapped around outside, so I passed. This area was very crowded. We stayed only a few minutes since we were getting tired and didn't want to deal with the crowds. Oak Glen was definitely a fun and different experience.