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September 29, 2020 / Allison Sutcliffe / Red Tricycle

The Best Orchards to Pick Your Own Apples in Washington

Bellewood Farms is a working farm that offers pick-your-own apples in one of the largest apple orchards in western Washington (it's a whopping 25,000 tree orchard!). They’re scheduled to open Labor Day weekend when Tsugaru’s are ripe for picking. They offer free rides for families aboard the Apple Bin train (which stops at trees that are ready for picking), and a chance to learn about Whatcom county’s agriculture in the corn maze. You can also enjoy cider donuts, fresh apple cider and all-American apple pies served at the café and outdoor concession stand (donuts and kettle corn are only available on weekends). Visit the farm Wednesdays through Sundays, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through October, and check their Facebook page for the harvest schedule. Apples are $13.97 for a five-pound basket and $67.97 for a 25-pound bag. Event details.

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