Utah's Famous Fruit Highway | 12 Utah Staycations

One of my favorite things to do in the fall is driving Utah's Famous Fruit Highway! Along old highway 89, from July until October, you can find all the fruit stands from Perry to Brigham City. We saw Cherry Concentrate, Watermelons, squash, onions and all sorts of stands. We chose to stop at Tagge's Famous Fruit Farm Stand. 

Tagge's Famous Fruit & Veggie Farms

We made a spot to try ALL the peaches at Tagge's Famous Fruit Farm in Perry Utah. 

Peaches are in season and the kids LOVED trying all the varieties of peaches! We determined that the Red Orb were the best at Tagge's. 

Tagge's started in 1982 and has been going strong ever since. 

Berries are in right now!

They've just recently built on a new addition and it looks SO cool! 

We could hardly keep those kids away from the cracker, jam, and salsa sample area. If you love sweet salsa, be sure to try the Peach Salsa! So good! 

We carefully picked out our box of peaches. 

It was a super hot day, so we voted to let the kids sit and eat a peach at Tagge's. It was also a bonus that there was a sink so the kids could wash all the peach fuzz off. 

If you want to drive Utah's Famous Fruit Highway, plan on extra time, like maybe 1-2 hours longer than you think. There are so many places to stop and each has its own special flair! 

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Fruit Stand Hours Vary & Seasonal
Helpful Tips
  • Some bathrooms at each Fruit Stand. 
  • I'd start at least in Willard and drive the old Highway 89.

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