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Seasonal Activities & Events

Winter Sleigh Rides
Owner John @Mayberry Carriages/Sleigh  is offering sleigh rides-snow permitting. Please call John at 920-421-1152 for more info or to make a reservation.

Pick Your Own Memories - Seasonal Fruit Picking
Note: Due to the nature of the growing season...blossom dates, picking dates and supply may vary from year to year.

Apple Picking:
Visit our orchard daily to pick your own apples, bags provided. Several varieties available (depending on ripeness) including, but not limited to: Honeycrisp, Gala, Macintosh, Cortland, Macoun, Blondee, Jonagold, and Regency. Bags provided.Fresh-picked apples are available to purchase in our market as well. SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON

Guided Winery Tour - Canceled for rest of 2021, due to staff shortage. 
Our fun and informative walking tour includes a visit to the orchards, vineyards, production area, short video, and exclusive private tasting; along with a keepsake gift to commemorate your special Door County tour experience. Cost: $10.00 (21 & over); $5.00 (under 21) Length: 45 minutes. Reservations encouraged - limited to 16pp. 


Cherry Pit Spit
Free cherries are available for pitting and spitting. See if you can break our festival records of 48' 1" - mens and 44' 3" - womens and 32' under 18.

Cherry Picking: Visit our orchard daily to pick your own cherries, bags pails provided for picking. $5-mini pail/$14 large pail. Ice available for purchase. Tart cherries are the only variety available for picking. Fresh-picked sweet and tart cherries are available for purchase in market. SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON.

Blossoming Orchards Viewing
We are predicting around mid-May for the peak of tart cherry blossom viewing here in Fish Creek and a week later for the apple blossoms. The blossoms will start to open sooner the further south you head down the Door County peninsula and a bit later north of us. Typically they last about 1-2 weeks on the trees unless there is hard rain, strong winds, etc.