5 Incredible U-pick Apple Orchards Around Seattle You Need To Visit This Fall

Jennifer Moreno Jennifer Moreno

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We have the perfect fall activity for you!

These amazing orchards offer a unique experience! Spend the day strolling the field picking your favorite apples, and enjoy a perfect moment with your family!

1. Swans Trail Farms

Pick your own Honeycrisp and Jonagold apples at this incredible farm. Their main apple orchard is open for the season and it’ll be availabe every day until the apples run out. Swans Trail Farms offers 5 incredible acres of land where you can walk among the trees, and select your favorite apples just the way you like them. Bring your camera and get ready for an instagrammable moment at his beautiful orchard!

Where: 7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290


2. Bailey Farm

This beautiful farm is located in the Snohomish River Valley, and it offers over 50 acres of vegetables and fruits ready for picking from June to October. Enjoy the amazing views and fresh air while harvesting your own produce. Honeycrisp apples are so famous here that they run out fast, so make sure to keep an eye to their website for the next available harvest.

Where: 12711 Springhetti Road, Snohomish, WA 98296


3. Jones Creek Farms

U-pick is the speciality here… Jones Creek Farms is open every Friday through Monday where you can find a huge variety of apples, like: Redfree, Rosy Glow, Sunrise, Akane, Gala, Liberty, and Redcrisp, among others. Make sure to visit their website to get any updates on the upcoming harvest.


Where: 32260 Burrese Rd Sedro Woolley, WA 98284


4. Bellewood Farms

This family-owned apple farm offers 31 amazing acres of high density orchards, and host more than 25,000 apple trees and 21 varieties of harvest including the premier Honeycrisps apples. You can also enjoy pumpkin pathces, corn mazes, cafes, and an award winning distillery.

Where: 6140 Guide Meridian Rd, Lynden, WA 98264


5. West Valley U-pick 

This orchard grows not only Gala, Fuji, Honeycrisp and Blondee apples, but also blueberries, eggplants, and ripe tomatoes. If you’re interested in turning your harvest into a cider, this is the place to go! West Valley offers a cider press to the visitors, and gives you the chance to use your apples and turn them into a sweet brew!

Where: 11901 Zier Road, Yakima, WA, 98908

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