Wisconsin Orchards- Southeast Region
A M Orchard
West Bend- Washington county
Apple Barn Orchard and Winery
W6384 Sugar Creek Road
Open: September and October, Tuesday through Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Open on Columbus Day
Directions: Take County Trunk "O"
(also known as Wright St. or
Sugar Creek St.) north of Delavan to
Sugar Creek Road or County Trunk "H"
(also known as Church St.)
north of Elkhorn to Sugar Creek Road.
Watch for the signs
Description: The Apple Barn is a unique country store at the orchard that is housed in a remodeled barn. Here, visitors will find a variety of fresh-picked and pick-your-own apples, apple pies, apple cider, cider donuts, caramel apples, pumpkins, and an extensive selection of unique gifts. In June, homegrown strawberries are available and in the fall there is a tree maze and tractor-train ride through the orchard.
This year, during National Apple Month, the Jacobsons will celebrate their 14th Annual "Apple Fest" the weekend of September 28 & 29. Fall is a perfect opportunity for visitors to sample the many varieties of apples while enjoying a crisp autumn getaway. In fact, every weekend is an adventure waiting to be savored at The Apple Barn.
Apples: Paula Red, Gala, McIntosh, Macoun, Cortland, Spartan, Honeycrisp, Holiday, Honey Gold, Empire, Red Delicious, Ida Red
visit the Apple Barn Orchard and Winery website
Sturtevant- Racine county
Attractions:Orchard, restaurant, gift shop, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, and kid's corral
2330 Hwy B
Belgium- Ozaukee county
Open: September thru Thanksgiving Tuesday - Sunday; 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Directions: Take I-43 to the Belgium exit and then go west on Hwy D for 3 miles to the four way stop and go north on Hwy B for 3/4 miles and look for the Appleland sign on the right.
>From Hwy 57 go to Hwy D and go east for 2 miles until the four way stop and go north 3/4 miles and look for the Appleland sign on the right.
Description: In the store we have pre-picked medium and large apples. We also have deer apples for the hunters and number 2 McIntosh, Cortland and Ida Red.
Starting in the middle of September we have pick- your-own McIntosh and Cortland.
Apples: Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Cortland, Ida Red, Paula Red, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Empire, Spartan, Jonathon, Macoun, Rome
Other fruit: Pears and Plums
Awe's Apple Orchard
Franklin- Milwaukee county
Attractions: Visit our Apple House for fresh picked apples or pick your own. Cider, caramel apples, queen's apple (sundae), gifts, pumpkins
Baehmann Family Farm
Mequon- Ozaukee county
Attractions:apples wholesale, retail in our farm market, antiques and collectibles
Barthel Fruit Farm
Mequon- Ozaukee county
Attractions:Honeycrisp and other fine apples, pears and plums. Pick your own and ready pick. August – February open daily
Burlington- Kenosha county
Attractions:Over 120 commercial & old-fashioned varieties
Countryside Apple Center
Kenosha- Kenosha county
Attractions:16 varieties - some old & some new
Rochester- Racine county
West Bend- Washington county
Attractions:Duchess, Lodi, 10 more varieties, call ahead for U-pick evenings and weekends. Farm fresh brown eggs. See us at the West Bend Farmers market, Saturdays, 7:30 – 11 a.m.
Hafs Road Orchard
Genoa- Walworth county
Open: Labor day weekend and usually open through Thanksgiving. Our hours (until daylight savings ends) are Saturday & Sunday 9am to 6pm. Monday- Friday 12 noon -6pm.
We grow 50 varieties of apples, specialize in Honeycrisp, and grow pumpkins and gourds.
Sorry, no pick your own.
We make & sell fresh unpasteurized cider and fresh caramel apples at the orchard and use Honeycrisp as often as we can.
We make apple butter, no sugar added.
We sell US#1 pure unadulterated honey, purchased from a beekeeper in Clinton WI.
Description: Hafs Orchard began in the late 1930's and was a local institution when we bought it from the Hafs family in 1982. At that time we added "Road" to the name.It is a small(7 acres of trees) quiet orchard. We encourage customers to walk in the orchard and that is the only source of entertainment available here.We have a good mix of old , antique and modern apple varieties, with some of the original standard sized trees, some 18 year old semi-dwarf trees, and fully dwarfed trees on trellis & wire training systems. Our first Honeycrisp trees were planted in 1994 and we have been believers ever since the first crop. Now one half of our 2000 trees are Honeycrisp. We're learning about them every year! We start picking Honeycrisp around the middle of September and in the past have sold out by the middle of October. Every year we hope to have a bigger supply.
Mission Hill Orchard
Big Bend- Walworth county
Cedarburg- Ozaukee county
Attractions:Specialty apples, retail shop, wholesale, pick your own
Oriole Springs Orchard
Twin Lakes- Kenosha county
Attractions:PYO apples & pumpkins, homemade donuts and apple cider
The Provencal Farmer
Bristol- Kenosha county
Attractions:Small gift shop – 18 varieties of apples
New Berlin- Waukesha county
Attractions:apples, pears, grapes, cider, honey, Michigan peaches, plums, tomatoes, jams and jellies, frozen foods, pies, etc. Located on 124th Street between Beloit Road and Layton Avenue. Open every day 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., from August 10th to March 15th, except major holidays
Lake Geneva- Walworth county
Attractions:27 apple varieties; 3 pear varieties; cider, jams, jellies, squash, pumpkins and gourds
Silver Creek Orchard
Salem- Kenosha county