Welcome to Baker Orchard!



Dear Friends of Baker Orchard,

As much as we would love to have a “normal” harvest at Baker Orchard this year, it is not possible. Keeping our staff, families (especially our elders), and customers safe means we had to make some changes.

To be certain your experience is as simple and safe as possible, we are limiting our offerings to only selling apples and cider.  Please see This week at the orchard for current apple and cider availability.


Haralson: Tart, baking & cooking, great keeper. (selectively picking)

Honeycrisp: Sweet-tart, crisp and juicy. Great keeper.

McIntosh: Classic eating and baking, slightly tart & juicy.

Cider by the gallon: We typically sell out so come early in the weekend to get yours. Our cider freezes well for Winter use.

Our orchard property and Orchard House Gallery will be closed to the public this season. We have a temporary apple stand set up just north of our orchard where we will have a “drive-through” apple stand. Please follow the signs.

Your apple pick-up will be as easy as (apple) pie! Here’s how it will work:

  1. 1. Please stay in your car. We will be wearing masks and appreciate you wearing a mask, too.
  2. 2. Drive up to the 1st station, place your order, and pay. One of our socially-distanced staff members will help you.
  3. 2. Drive forward to the 2nd station and pick up your order on the table (sanitized between each order).

We will ONLY be open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. starting Saturday, September 5th.

We look forward to our 2021 season when we can again offer our Orchard House Gallery, Pick-Your-Own apples, hiking the orchard and our trails, hanging out at the bonfire, and our Baker Orchard Art Festival.

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The 2020 Baker Orchard Art Festival is cancelled.

Opening September 5th

Hours: Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Follow signs to drive-thru location on 160th.

We have had a great summer and are ready for autumn. We hope to see you at the orchard.
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Welcome to Baker Orchard. Learn more about our Orchard and Events.
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Visit Johnson Family Pastures online at 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 will be closed for the 2020 season
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All 2020 events have been cancelled.
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Baker Orchard was founded in 1976 by Dan Baker.
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Our orchard grounds and trails will be closed to the public for the 2020 season.
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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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