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An Authentic Apple Orchard Experience Near Seattle
With over 4,000 apple trees and 4 varieties on 5 acres, you'll find sweet, crisp apples for everyone. And while you're at the farm, don't miss out on the festivities of the Fall Festival!
Dwarf Trees: We take special care to trim our trees so that they are safe and accessible for the whole family to reach their own rosy apples.
Hours: Orchard Closed for the Season
Cost per pound: U-Pick $3.50 / pound
Plan Your Visit: We want your experience to be fun, adventurous, and memorable! The tips below will prepare you for visiting our working farm:
- Wear closed-toe shoes. We are positive you will want to explore!
- We provide bags for picking.
- Strollers are allowed in the orchard. Please note we are a working farm and the terrain between the trees can be uneven.
- The orchard is a leisurely 5-10 minute walk from the parking lot. Wagon rides out to the orchard are available on weekends.
- Leave unripe fruit on the tree as it will continue to ripen.
- Come back and see us often as different varieties become available throughout the season!
- Please be sure to wash your fruit before eating.
Choosing & Picking the Perfect Apple
Our Farmers will greet you at the orchard and teach you how to pick the perfect apple!
Wash just before use. Apples ripen 10x faster at room temperature than when kept in a refrigerator. Chilled apples should last 90 days.
Visit our Instagram or Facebook for current availability. Seasons can vary by several weeks depending on the weather.
Flavor: Floral notes, very sweet & crisp
Uses: Snacks & salads (naturally resistant to browning)
Flavor: Very Sweet & Crisp
Uses: Great for eating or baking!
Storage: Keeps well for a long time. Naturally resistant to browning.
Flavor: Sweet & Very Crisp
Uses: Best for eating but also excellent in baking/applesauce
About: A cross between Golden Delicious & Jonathon
Flavor: Thin skin, slightly more tart than Honeycrisp
Uses: Great for baking & preserves
Are we organic?
Part of the appeal of eating local food is the knowledge that it’s been grown responsibly and with extra care. The philosophy that guides how we farm across all our crops is a commitment to ecological farming. This means balancing the needs of our crops with the health of the entire farm ecosystem, and always working to promote a balance between the two. It’s an approach that’s close to organic and combines the best of modern farming and traditional techniques. For more information, visit our Farming Practices.
Pets, companion, and emotional support animals, including dogs, are not allowed at Swans Trail Farms. Service animals trained specifically to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability are allowed. More information on our Pet Policy can be found here.
Don't Miss The Fall Activities!
There's so much for your family to enjoy in the fall at Swans Trail Farms! We have a pumpkin patch, Washington state corn maze, petting farm, and more!