John and Dorie Belisle, owners of Bellewood Acres, love offering family time on the farm with all of Western Washington. This year will be BelleWood’s fifth annual Easter Egg Hunt, Brunch and Bunny Visit and Saturday and Sunday, April 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost for brunch is $27 for adults and $12 for children ages 3 to 10 years old. Reservations are highly recommended. And the cost for the Easter Egg Hunt is charged separately from brunch.
Get ready to be spoiled with brunch. Chef Keith presents home baked pastries, local raspberry cream cheese stuffed french toast, a cheddar egg scramble, farm fried red potatoes with onions and peppers for the breakfast side of brunch. For a fine Easter fare, he’ll feature a roasted vegetable tray with garlic herb aioli; 3 fancy salads; wild salmon tortellini; bacon and brown sugar glazed ham; farmstead mac & cheese; green bean casserole and a special kid’s section to include chicken tenders with a delicious array of dipping sauces.
And yes, Dorie’s Famous Dessert Bar will happen again – pies, cakes, and sugar good fun.
Additionally, BelleWood’s Easter Egg Hunt will be continuous both Saturday and Sunday. The Egg Hunt Package is $12.00. Supervising adults are free for the young children. The package includes a goodie bag, family selfies with Mr. Ears the Easter Bunny, an Apple Bin Train ride through BelleWood’s beautiful orchard, a petting zoo and a scavenger trail hunt that teaches about our agricultural flora and fauna. There will also be face painting and pony ride for the enhanced Easter adventure for an additional cost.
The distillery tasting room will be open for adult Easter tasting pleasure. Send your visitors home with a bottle to remind them of their fun Easter at BelleWood. Folks can shop unique gifts to hearts their content. There is also an enormous outside play area with green grass and great parking too.
Purchase advance tickets and make reservations online at bellewoodfarms.com.