Here are 5 amazing apple-picking spots near Seattle
Well, folks as fall is officially here, which means it’s a great time to get out there and experience some apple picking. After all, our state is known for its apples so you might as well indulge. So with that in mind, here are 5 apple-picking spots near Seattle.
This Snohomish Farm has 5 acres of delicious Honeycrisp and Jonagold apples for you to pick while supplies last. And we recommend getting out there sooner rather than later because you’ll want to have the best selection of available apples.
When: Monday-Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-6 pm
Where: 7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish
Cost: $3.00 lb
Now if you want to go really crazy, this farm has over 50 varieties of u-pick apples. Yes 50, so you can truly try them all if that’s something you’re into. But be sure to check their harvest calendar here before you go in case you’re looking for a specific variety.
When: Daily 10 am-5 pm
Where: 32260 Burrese Rd, Sedro Woolley
Cost: $1.50 lb
Surprise folks, this Tacoma orchard is actually free! But for that reason, you can expect it to get over picked. However, it’s still worth checking out if you’re going to be in the area. Because who doesn’t love free fruit??
When: Daily 7 am-9 pm
Where: 3920 Grandview Dr. W, University Place
And if you’re into all things natural, you might want to make the drive to Yakima for West Valley U-Pick. Because they have u-pick available for apples and a ton of other produce options as well. So if you want to go big, go here.
When: Monday-Saturday 8 am-7 pm, Sunday 9 am-5 pm
Where: 11901 Zier Road, Yakima
Cost: $0.85 lb
And finally, we have to cap the list with one of the largest apple orchards in western Washington. And if you’re wondering, you’ll be looking at about 25,000 trees. So you’ll have a whole lot of tasty trees to pick from.
When: Wednesday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm
Where: 6140 Guide Meridian Dr, Lynden
Cost: 5lb basket $13.97 (2.79/lb), 25lb bag $67.97 (2.69/lb)
Okay folks that’s what we have for you when it comes to apple-picking spots near Seattle. We hope you guys get out there and enjoy this tasty fall past time. Because it’s always fun but it also happens to be one of the only fall activities that isn’t canceled this year. So with that in mind be sure to wear your mask when picking!