Welcome to Baker Orchard!


We open for the season on Friday-Sunday, September 2-4, 10-5.
We are closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 5.
Regular Fall hours are Friday-Sunday, 10-5.
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Fall harvest is here! Baker Orchard will open for the season on Friday, September 2. Stop in and enjoy our first harvest along with our still-summery gardens and some new, delicious, locally-grown food (see “This Week at the Orchard”). Opening weekend apple: Paulared. Pick your own apples, or buy from the stand, and take a seat by the fire pit to relax. Enjoy our hiking trails, boulder park, the renovated, century-old barn and our unique Orchard House Art Gallery housing local artists. We’re also excited for you to experience our ever-changing gardens and grounds.

Baker Orchard is located about an hour from the Twin Cities. Located 3 miles north of Highway 8 on Wisconsin 35. Just south of the town of Centuria, WI.

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13th Annual Art Festival September 24-25, 2016 Artist Registration

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Welcome to Baker Orchard.
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Apple availability and events this week.
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A new offering in the orchard stand this fall will include a limited supply of locally-raised chicken, pork, eggs, and vegetables produced by Chris & Tamara (Baker) of Johnson Family Pastures.
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Baker Orchard is proud to offer a wide selection of apples, available from late August until the end of the Fall season.
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The Orchard House Gallery was once a simple four-room farmhouse built in 1910. Look inside!
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Check out our fall 2016 event schedule.
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Baker Orchard was founded in 1976 by Dan Baker.
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Explore our orchard grounds and visit our Peace Garden and Sunflower Circle.
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Baker Orchard is about an hour from the Twin Cities. Located 3 miles north of Highway 8 on Wisconsin 35, just south of the town of Centuria, WI.
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