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Apple And Pumpkin U-Pick Orchards in Greenbay area of Wisconsin in 2022, by county

Below are the U-Pick orchards and farms for apples and pumpkins that we know of in this area. Not all areas of any state, nor even every state, have apples and pumpkins orchards that are open to the public. If you know of any others, please tell us using the add a farm form!

Brown County

  • Apple Valley Orchard - apples and pumpkins
    1670 Mar-El Road, DePere, WI . Phone: 920-336-0667. Email: [email protected]. Open: Monday - Saturday 9am - 4pm, Sunday 10am - 3pm; during season, September to Thanksgiving. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: cash, check, only. . . Fresh picked and pick-your-own apples. Also pumpkins and crafts. Rain or shine, picking your own apples is always the best way to go. Bring out the kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews. We have 18 varieties of apples to choose from at LLC. You and your family will have a blast and go home with a bushel of fresh, juicy apples to nosh on. Enjoy our orchard on both weekend and weekdays. On weekends, jump aboard one of our trams to bring you out to the orchard.
  • Oneida Apple Orchard - Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, apples, pumpkins, strawberries, prepicked produce, restrooms, school tours
    3976 West Mason Street, Oneida, WI 54155. Phone: 920-869-2468. Email: [email protected]. Open: Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 6pm Saturday, 9am to Noon. Directions: West of Green Bay on Mason St/Hwy 54 about 6 miles. The Apple Orchard retail area is on the north side of the road. . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard. . Crops are usually available in May, August, September, October. We minimize use of pesticides and other chemicals. The Apple Orchard offers pick your own apples or vegetables. Please call 920.869.2468 or click here for our email for varieties and picking hours.

Calumet County

  • Heritage Orchard - Pick-your-own apples and pumpkins
    N 2963 Lakeshore Dr, Chilton, WI . Phone: 920-849-2158. Email: [email protected]. Open: 7 days a week from September 1 through October 31. Click here for a map and directions. . . Hours 9 to 5 daily. Also visit the Farm Market for fresh-picked apples, squash, jams, jellies, syrups, mustards, caramel apples, spices, frozen cherries, popcorn, sweet cider, hickory nuts, honey and much more. Lookout Loft features a panoramic view of Lake Winnebago and includes crafts and collectables. Picnic at Hawthorne Hollow. Fire pit and tables available. Raised for quality - harvested for peak flavor and crispness - sold fresh at affordable prices. Pick your own or choose your favorite from 20 different varieties in our farm market. Free samples are always available .
  • Horseshoe Hill Orchard - Apples, pumpkins, squash and gourds
    N3040 Hwy 151, Chilton, WI . Phone: 920-849-9308. Open: 9 to 5 daily during season, August to October. Click here for a map and directions. . Fresh picked and pick-your-own. Apples, caramel apples, honey, jams and jellies, maple syrup, popcorn, pumpkins, squash and gourds, crafts.

Door County

  • Teskie Farms - Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, apples, cherries, pumpkins, raspberries (red), strawberries,
    12266 Highway 42, Ellison Bay, WI 54210. Phone: 920-421-4494. Open: Stand open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday - Saturday. Directions: . Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only. . We minimize use of pesticides and other chemicals. (ADDED: July 07, 2015)

Fond du Lac County

  • Little Farmer - Pick your own apples and pumpkins, hayrides
    N9438 Hwy 151, Malone, WI 53049. Phone: 920-921-4784. Email: [email protected]. Open: See their website for changes; Hours early Aug. Directions: Ten miles N of Fond du Lac, WI. . Click here for a map and directions. . through October 31st, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6 pm; Saturday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm; Hours for November 1st through November 30th: Closed Monday, Closed Thanksgiving Day; Tuesday to Friday, 8am to 5 pm, Saturday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. Click here for a map. Pumpkins are sold as a "pick-your-own" crop and already picked. You can grab one of our little red wagons near the parking lot "wagon corral" and hike to a field for a true pumpkin seeking adventure. On weekends, there is a free tractor pulled wagon ride you can board at the "U-Pick Checkout" (near the parking lot). That wagon runs from 10am to 4 pm (weather permitting) and will take you and pick you up at a pumpkin field. The size of the pumpkin you choose determines the price. Apples, cider, homemade baked goods, caramel apples, cranberries, honey, jams and jellies, maple syrup, peaches in season, popcorn and pumpkins. Craft barn. Hayrides on weekends. School and bus tours welcome. apples and pumpkins.

Outagamie County

Apple picking tips:

Apples ripen from the outside of the tree towards the center, so the apples out the outside of the tree will ripen first. Once they are picked, they stop ripening. Picking apples directly from a tree is easy. Roll the apple upwards off the branch and give a little twist; don't pull straight away from the tree. If two apples are joined together at the top, both will come away at the same time. Don't shake the trees or branches. If the apple you are trying to pick drops, (or others on the tree) go ahead and pick it up. They're perfectly fine! But do wash them before you eat them! More info: How to tell when apples are ripe

  • Once picked, don't throw the apples into the baskets, place them in gently, or they will bruise and go bad more quickly.
  • Don't wash apples until just before using to prevent spoilage.
  • For an explanation of why apple slices turn brown and how to stop it, see this page!
  • Keep apples cool after picking to increase shelf life. A cool basement is ideal, but the fruit/vegetable drawer of a refrigerator will work, too. A refrigerator is fine for small quantities of apples. Boxed apples need to be kept in a cool, dark spot where they won't freeze. Freezing ruptures all of an apple's cells, turning it into one large bruise overnight. The usual solution is to store apples in a root cellar. But root cellars often have potatoes in them: apples and potatoes should never be stored in the same room because, as they age, potatoes release an otherwise ethylene gas, which makes apples spoil faster. If you can keep the gas away from your apples, they will keep just fine. Just don't store them right next to potatoes.
    Prevent contact between apples stored for the winter by wrapping them individually in sheets of newspaper. The easiest way to do this is to unfold a section of newspaper all the way and tear it into quarters. Then stack the wrapped apples. See more here: How to store apples at home
  • Apples don't improve or "ripen" after being picked - this is an urban myth - see this page for the truth - with references!

Which apple variety is best?

There are tens of thousands of varieties of apples, developed over centuries. They vary in sugar, acoidity, flavors, storing, crispness and many other attributes. See our guides to apple varieties:

Canning apples - fully illustrated, with step-by-step instructions

Recipes, illustrated with step by step instructions

Using fresh apples and miscellaneous

Pumpkin recipes

Other Local Farm Products (Honey, Horses, Milk, Meat, Eggs, Etc.)
(NOT pick-your-own, unless they are also listed above)


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