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Washington orchards directory

  • Skipley Farm

    Phone: (206) 679-6576
    7228 Skipley Rd, Snohomish, WA
    Skipley Farm, 7228 Skipley Rd. Snohomish>Call Ahead! I-5 exit Hy 2East, 3 miles, exit Bickford/Snohomish,1/2 mile bear Right on 83rd, 1/2mile, stop, right(west),stop, continue down Skipley Road,1/2 on Left 7228, 2 driveways-take right-uphill, green farmhouse,
    Open: Daily, Closed Mondays 9 to 7

    170 Varieties of new and older apples, concentrating on disease resistance, flavor, storability

    Belle de Boskoop, Bramley's Seedling, Camano, Dayton, Crimson Crisp, Crimson, Topaz, Liberty, Pixie Crunch, Priscilla, Pristine, Redfree, Resista, Spigold, William's Pride, Wealthy, Akane, Chehalis, Cap 'O Liberty, Elstar, Fiesta, Gold Rush, Honeycrisp, Hudson's Golden Gem, Keepsake, Kidd's Orange-Red, Lodi, Nova Spy, Sansa, Silken/Jonagold, Staymen Winesap, Tsugaru, Homei, Twenty Ounce, Tydeman's Early, Zestar!, Cameo, Ellison's Orange, Empire, Esopus Spitzenburg, Fugi, 'Beni Shogun' Fugi, 'Sept Wonder', Gravenstein -15 cvs., Jonagold, Jonagold (DeCoster), Jonathan, King, Macoun, Mcintosh, Melrose, Mutsu, Newtown Pippin, Pinata (pinova,corail), Rubinette, Spartan, Summerred/Paulared, Suncrisp, Braeburn, Hillwell var. Golden Delicious, Jonamac, Winesap, Winter Banana, Gala, Alkmene, Ambrosia, Aroma, Ashmeads Kernel, Ben Davis, Black Gilliflower(Sheepnose), Cherry Cox, Arkansas Black, Blue Pearmain, Brown Snout, Browns Apple, Bulmer's Norman, Calville Blanc d'Hiver, Chisel Jersey, Dabinette, Golden Russet, Harry Master's Jersey, Medaille de 'Or, Michelin, Muscadet deDieppe, Reine dePomme, Roxbury Russet, Swaar, Sweet Alford, Vilberie, Vilstra, Yarlington Mill, Zabergau Reinette, Daliest, Fall Pippin, Fameuse(snow), Fortune, Gala(Ultima), Greensleeves, Hatsuaki, Holstein, Karmijn de Sonneville, Kingston Black, P22, Mother, Northern Spy, Queen Cox, Starr, Wagner(gsc-NE Is.), Westfield Seek-no further, Whitney Crabapple, Wolf River, Yellow Bellflower, Suntan Also: Grapes-15 varieties Black Currant 10 varieties Blueberry-15 varieties Brambles-12 varieties inc Blackcaps and Tayberry, Boysen, Rasp, Black, Marion, Gooseberries-5var., Elderberries, Aronia, Serviceberry, Goumi/Autumn Olive, Jostaberry, Shipova, Cranberry, Southern Blueberries, Strawberries
    Non-Alcoholic Cider / Juice AvailableGift Packages Available  more>>
  • BelleWood Acres

    Phone: (360) 398-9187
    231 Ten Mile Rd., Lynden, WA
    BelleWood Acres, your Honeycrsip headquarters, is home to 24,000 apple trees. We invite you to tour the orchard, visit the packing line, watch cider being pressed and pies being made. Visit the farm store for that perfect holiday decoration and gifts. Sampling is mandatory! We are "Food Alliance" and "Salmon Safe" certified. Our homemade products include: fresh pressed apple cider (UV Protected), apple cider vinegar, apple cider syrup, dehydrated apple chips, caramel apples, apple pie, apple turnovers, cookies and our own honey roasted peanut butter.  more>>
  • Borton Fruit

    Phone: (509) 966-3905
    2550 Borton Rd., Yakima, WA
  • Brandt (Paul F.) Orchards

    Phone: (509) 877 2040
    3031 Lateral One Road, Wapato, WA
    On Farm Fruit Stand specializing in quality and service. Fresh Apples for sale at wholesale prices. Small and large quantities.  more>>
  • Butler's Farm

    137th Street and Peacock Hill Avenue, Gig Harbor, WA
    Over 250 apple trees, 20 pear. Self serve of picked fruit.  more>>
  • Feil Pioneer Orchards, Est. 1908

    Phone: (509) 884-7570
    13073 State Route 2, on HWY 97, Baker's Flat, East Wenatchee, WA
    Visit Wenatchee Valley's Pioneer fruit stand. We only sell what we grow! A rustic, authentic outdoor fruit "stand" serving our 30-acre orchard and far. Jack Feil, third generation orchardist, welcomes apple enthusiasts and reminds all to visit often as our available varieties change daily! Cider and free samples.  more>>
  • High Meadow Orchards

    16003 High Bridge Rd., Monroe, WA
    A retired surgeon and his wife established this orchard in 1996. The orchard features Gravenstien and Jonagold apples grown in the Espallier method. Tours are avilable by reservation.  more>>
  • Johnson Orchards

    Phone: (509) 966-7479 or (509) 966-3844
    4906 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA
    Family owned and operated since 1904; roadside stand featuring tree-ripened cherries, many varieties of apples, Bartlett and winter pears, prunes, plums, apricots, nectarines, and peaches.  more>>
  • Lattin's Country Cider Mill & Farm

    Phone: (360) 491-7328
    9402 Rich Road SE, Olympia, WA
    A small, family owned farm and country market. A producer of wonderful, award winning ciders, freezer jams, frozen homemade pies, and syrups. Carolyn Lattin and her daughters, Debbie and Sherrie, has been perfecting all natural products since 1976. The Lattins' products are all home-made and remind us of a simpler time when our moms and grandmothers had time to freeze and bake. They also have strawberry, raspberry, and blackberry ciders, as well as fresh fruits and pies. The farm is also open for wandering around and feeding the animals, and children are welcome. Lattin's fresh cider won the 1998 National Cider Championships, chosen from 28 entries from 14 states. Their cider is pressed weekly, and delivered to accounts throughout the northwest. None of the cider is pasteurized; no preservatives or sugars are added.  more>>
  • Muscle and Arm Farm

    Phone: (360) 331-5242
    21910 State Route 525, Freeland, WA
    Young and growing orchard devoted to heritage apples, crabapples, disease-resistant and other apples suited for Puget Sound region  more>>
  • Pheasant Orchards

    Phone: (509) 754-2945
    19461 Rd B NW, Soap Lake, WA
    Pheasant Orchards is a 4+ generational family-operated business. Father/Son own/run the 350+ orchards in the Columbia Basin area. Nestled above Soap Lake, along the rolling hills lies apples, pears, and cherries.  more>>
  • Piper's Orchard

    950 NW Carkeek Park Rd., Seattle, WA
    Piper's Orchard was originally planted around 1890 by the Piper family. The land was subsequently transferred to Seattle Parks & Recreation. Volunteers have been restoring and maintaining the orchard since the 1980's. It contains about 80 trees.  more>>
  • Prey's Fruit Barn

    Phone: (509) 548-5771
    US-2, Leavenworth, WA
    Roadside stand featuring apples and pears from their orchards, with free samples during the season; also locally grown produce, apple cider and juices, and tours.  more>>
  • RML Orchards

    Phone: (509) 829-6313
    2970 Gilbert Rd, Zillah, WA
    Seasonal fruit, gift shop, honey, and jams.  more>>
  • Rosabella's Garden

    Phone: (360) 766-6360
    8933 Farm to Market Road, Bow, WA
    Rosabella's is a delightful destination for everyone. Surrounded by 50 acres of apple orchards, pears, berries, corn, pumpkins, flowers and much more. Rosabella's is a 2-story country red barn with gardens, bakery, wine and gift shop inside along with a small cafe. Specialties include our own 5-lb apple pie, apple cider donuts and pastries, cider and fabulous lunches. Hard cider made from our apples is our best selling product. Come and experience country hospitality and ambiance.  more>>
  • Thompson's Farm

    Phone: (509) 653-2589
    9535 Old Naches Hwy, Naches, WA
    A family owned orchard since 1898 with over 35 varieties of fruit - cherries, peaches, pears, nectarines, prunes, plums, and apples; tour the orchard, sample fruit from the tree; also cider, vinegars, honey, and jams and jellies.  more>>
  • Tonnemaker Hill Farm

    Phone: (509) 346-2099
    9098 Dodson Rd. S., Royal City, WA
    126 acre family farm started in 1962 on the North slope of the Frenchman Hills. All produce is certified organic.  more>>
  • Valicoff Fruit Company

    Phone: (877) 575-0143
    5150 Yakima Valley Hwy, Wapato, WA
    Serving the Yakima Valley since 1921. Valicoff Fruit offers a variety of Apples year round.  more>>
  • Van Well Nursery

    Phone: (509) 886-8189
    2821 Grant Road, East Wenatchee, WA
    Boxed fruit for sale. Apples packed in Western Lugs.  more>>
  • Washington's Fruit Place Visitor Center

    Phone: (509) 966-1275
    1209 Pecks Canyon Rd, Yakima, WA
    Enjoy mouth watering, tree-ripened fruit grown in Yakima Valley's rich volcanic soil, picked fresh daily. Our cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, pears, and apples contain mouth-watering goodness coaxed from carefully tended trees by a fourth-generation orchardist. While you are here, feel free to take a leisurely stroll through our beautiful orchard.  more>>
  • Wilson Banner Ranch

    Phone: (509) 758-2664
    16397 Highway 12, Clarkston, WA
    We are a landmark, century farm, established in 1888. Owned, operated and carefully sustained by fourth generation Wilsons. We believe in the 3P's of sustainability - People, Profit and Planet. Our knowledge of the area and our respect for our craft has grown with each generation, come let us share our history with you! We do u-picks and tours through the summer. Our Harvest Fair runs each October, with the Pumpkin Patch and Cider Room.  more>>