Apple Orchards and Cider Mills near Seattle

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Apple Creek Orchards - Ferndale, WA
U-pick Jonagold apples priced at 75 cents per pound or a 5 gallon bucket for $15.Carts are provided but please bring your own boxes.Their apples are generally ripe the first and second weeks of October.The same family has been growing fruit here since 1904.

BelleWood Acres - Lynden, WA
PYO apples in Whatcom County in Northwest Washington from their 25,000 acre orchard.They grow nearly 20 varieties of apples and pears for picking.Also grab a train ride on the Apple Bin Express and pick your own pumpkins in the patch.They have a farmer’s market, deli, bakery and gift shop.Purchase UV-protected pressed cider, artisan cheeses, caramel apples, cider doughnuts and fresh baked pies.Located six miles from Bellingham and a few miles from Canada.

Johnson Orchards Fruit - Yakima, WA
Swedish immigrant Alred Johnson started Johnson Orchard over 100 years ago in Yakima Valley.U-pick apples and pears available from August until December.Open daily in season.Get fresh baked pies on most Fridays and Saturdays.

Jones Creek Farms - Upper Skagit Valley, WA
The 34 acre farm opens for u-pick starting in late August.Pick your apples are their specialty with local varieties available.They also have a u-pick pumpkin patch, hayrides and hot cider.About: The farm was an abandoned dairy farm that was bought in 1991.The first apple trees were planted in 1993.

Stutzman Ranch - Wenatchee, WA
A fourth generation fruit orchard started in 1907 that is now run by Floyd and Betsy Stutzman.This farm has Gala apples and starting in late August and Fuji appples in mid-September.Apples are priced at 55 cents per pound.Minimum u-pick purchase is $5 per person over 12 years of age.

The Farm at Swan’s Trail - Snohomish, WA
n and Carol Krause in 1984 after purchasing the Staswick Dairy Farm. In 1997, they opened their now famous Washington State Corn Maze. The cornfield is open from the last weekend in September to the end of October. There are over 4.5 miles of paths through the 12 acres of corn. It is open as a flashlight maze in the evenings. They also have a pick your own apple orchard, a petting farm, wagon rides, corn box, cow train, play area and more. The farm is 34 miles north of Seattle. The address is 7301 Rivershore Rd., Snohomish, WA.

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