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APPLES NOW AVAILABLE!

HONEYCRISP $2.00/# U-Pick $2.85/# In Store

Available NOW!!! : Introduced in 1960 from Minnesota.Parentage: Researchers originally thought this new variety would fail and threw the new trees on the burn pile.One person saw the future of the apple, grabbed a few off the pile and planted them.The parentage was lost, but the Honeycrisp survived! (Update 2017 – it now has been documented that the parents are: Keepsake and MN1627 an apple unreleased and no longer available). They are harvested mid to late September. The Honeycrisp apple is continually ranking as one of the best apples in taste tests. It is a large fruit that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. It is a gourmet eating apple, with excellent storage capability under normal refrigeration. It also retains its white flesh color long after it has been cut. It is also good for baking, but tends to take a little more time to cook.

GRAVENSTEIN $2.25/#

It's time to make applesauce!

Introduced to the Northeast in 1820 from the Duke of Austinburg’s garden in Gravenstein, Denmark. This is a world-traveled heritage apple, with names for it in Russian, Italian, German and Danish as well as English. The Gravenstein is a terrific sauce and pie apple. It is a roundish, irregularly shaped apple with a very short stem. It is harvested in early to mid Sept. The Gravenstein is crisp, juicy, aromatic and full of old-fashion tart-sweet flavor.

ZESTAR $1.85/#

Introduced in 1999 from the University of Minnesota breeding program. Parentage: State Fair and Mn1691 (new apple not yet named). Excellent combination of sugar and acid. Great for eating fresh and cooking. Looking for a “Country Apple” like you use to eat? Zestar is for you!

TSUGARU $1.85/# in store $1.65/# U Pick

Chance seedling of the Golden Delicious. Introduced in 1975 from Japan. Gourmet dessert apple, rated as 2nd best eating apple in Japan, Tsugaru (west part of Aomori Prefecture) is the largest apple producing district in Japan. The flesh of the fruit is creamy white, very juicy, lightly flavored, and moderately sweet with low acidity and very little browning.

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6140 Guide Meridian
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Welcome to BelleWood Acres

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Located about six miles from Bellingham, and just a few miles from Canada, BelleWood Acres is home to one of Northwest Washington's largest apple orchards. You can pick your own apples and your own pumpkins from our pumpkin patch, and our farm market features fresh, locally grown produce.

Our all-new 14,000 square-foot building offers an expanded farm market, gift shop plus a Country Café and bakery.

This building has multiple venues and is available for your own Private Events.

Visit our Events & Catering Page.

You will love the ease of our wholesome Farm Country Café & Bakery and Dorie's Famous Pies!

* Country Café & Distillery Open Daily

The market and gift shop includes fresh produce, apple cider, artisan cheeses, caramel, specialty honey and jams, fresh honey-roasted peanut butter, and gifts from the farm and for the season. Our Country Café and bakery features light breakfast and lunch menus that include soups, salads, sandwiches, cheese plates, ciders on tap, pies, pastries, cookies, apple turnovers, cider doughnuts and more.

Our farm is open to you year round! We want to be YOUR farm for blossom time, planting time, lazy summer days and cool orchard nights and harvest fun. Christmas on the farm will be filled with twinkling lights, evening train rides, local trees and wreaths, plus warm apple cider. Let us help you celebrate all the Holidays in a special BelleWood Way.

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U-Pick Apple Orchard & Pumpkin Patch
During the fall, explore on your own or board the "Apple Bin Express" for a train ride to pick your own apples in our 25,000-tree orchard. Continue on to Whatcom County's premier U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, home to pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and colors.

Private tours of BelleWood are welcome, educational and entertaining. Geared to the age of your group, our tours are perfect for seniors, day cares, school field trips, scouts and church groups.

Our new building will also house a craft distillery of fine spirits and a tasting room.


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New Summer Hours

Open Daily! 8am-5pm

Farm Tunes Music Series 6pm Every Friday


HONEYCRISP U-PICK BEGINS!!! Join us this weekend!!

BelleWood is bark friendly! Please feel free to bring leashed friendly dogs to our picnic grass area with clean up bags and water. They cannot be in the orchard or pumpkin patch for health reasons. You accept all liability for your fido's behavior and safety.


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