Pine Tree Apple Orchard, White Bear Lake

#38 of 118 in Outdoors in Minnesota
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  • We went to Krueger’s Christmas Tree Farm in Lake Elmo this year. A fun filled location if you want to cut your own tree or purchase one that was freshly cut by their helpers. There is a large wagon ri...  more »
  • Pine Tree Apple Orchard has many options- a corn maze, a pumpkin patch and other activities on special days. On a sunny fall day it's the best place to be. Our favorite is still trying the different a...  more »
  • We made our annual fall trek to Pine Tree Orchards to get some eating apples as well as apple donuts and apple turnovers. The Sweet Tangos and Zestar had just been picked and we took home a bag of eac...  more »
  • We love love love this place. It's a yearly ritual to make the trek and well worth the drive. Parking can be tricky if you come too late in the day. We go early and enjoy the cafe and hayrides when it's less busy. They have pumpkin fields, corn maze, bonfires, a little cafe to sample all the food, and a large shop for all the food items. So many different apple treats beyond just apples to choose from. Great staff and a fall favorite for our kids.
  • Took nearly an hour to get from the main road into the parking lot. There was no pick-your-own apples and the line to get into the store was 100 people deep. The only restrooms were port-a-potties, and the pumpkin picking was not in an actual pumpkin patch, it was just pumpkins dumped in a field. Would have been worth our time to drive twice as far away to skip these crowds. The only positive was the beautiful view of the lake.
  • Lovely apple orchard, hayride, corn maze, and pumpkin patch, all in one. The shop was particularly busy during the Minnesota Education Association weekend. It took about 30 minutes to check out. But the variety of apples and kid friendly activities made it worth it.
  • We were at the orchard on a great fall day. It was rather crowded with all the people that came out that day. The store was full of all kinds of goodies - Apple Donuts, apple jelly, apple butter, apple muffins. Apples! Towards the end of the afternoon, the line to get into the store was 45 minutes long or so. So we skipped that part. The line for tickets for the hayride was long also and it seemed to be constantly busy. There were a couple of paths through the apple trees so that people could go through and see the apples up close. Beyond that was the pumpkin patch which, by the time we got there, seemed to be fairly picked over. When we arrived there were people directing traffic which was very helpful and the sheriff's department was present to assist with people crossing the road and in controlling traffic for safety's sake. I would definitely go there again but I would try to avoid the crowds next time.
  • I heard add on radio mention apple donuts and my husband decided to take me there to get the donuts. I always like apple cider,so got a half gallon. Tried Sweet Tango. Nice and sweet and skin not to hard to chew. I also got McIntosh. I will try the apple chocolate chip cookie later. Also the pie😄

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