Where can I pick my own apples near Edmonton
Apple picking is the epitome of Fall. The best part about picking your own apples is that there are so many things you can do with them, and it’s an inexpensive, fun family activity to get everyone up and out of the house before we’re confined within the four walls we call our home for the duration of winter. We’ve had a number of people ask us, where can I pick my own apples near Edmonton, so we thought it would be beneficial if we wrote a blog about it. These are a few different places than our other blog about apple orchards.
If you have any other U-Pick favorites, send them our way!
Sprout Farms Apple Orchards
56307 Range Road 235
Bon Accord, AB, T0A 0K0
Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This is the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon with the family. Not only are there a number other things besides apple trees, but there is also a number of animals like dogs, sheep, llamas and others! Picking your own apples from the orchard is only available on weekends so be sure to call before coming out so employees can check the condition of the crop. For questions, feel free to call the orchard at (780) 910-8847.
51165 Range Road 250
Edmonton, AB, T9G0B3
Pick your own apples at The Bevilaqua! This small farm is open most days most times, so it’s encouraged to call before heading over to make sure that the produce is good to go. The orchard can be reached at (780) 955-3051. Pick your own apples, cherries and raspberries here, and enjoy a little farm-fresh air.
Happy Acres U Pick
#1-52225 Range Road 273
Spruce Grove, AB, T7X 3R6
Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Happy Acres’ specialty is chemical-free fruits and vegetables. In fact, the farm has one of the largest crops of chemical-free products for Edmonton area residents or visitors to pick themselves. In addition to the lovely fruit, the farm has farm fresh eggs and honey, a picnic area, clubhouse, playground equipment and a trampoline. Kids can see and pet a variety of animals including chickens, horses, rabbits, donkeys, exotic birds and more. Visitors can pick their own fruits and vegetables but are encouraged to call ahead to make sure everything is available. The orchard can be reached at (780) 968-0099.