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Apple Holler’s peach crop is “perfect” for the 2018 season


Apple Holler’s peach crop is “perfect” for the 2018 season

Peaches crop on treeJuly 6, 2018, Racine, Wisconsin.. Apple Holler’s peach crop is experiencing a perfect fruit growing season, according to owner Dave Flannery. Dave shares that “the mild winter, along with a cool spring and tropical late spring and early summer weather of heat and rain have contributed to making the summer of 2018 a perfect peach growing season resulting in the largest crop of peaches that Apple Holler has ever harvested.”

While peaches are a more difficult fruit to grow in Wisconsin than apples, you will find 14 hardy varieties of peaches growing in the Apple Holler orchards. The various varieties were chosen for their ability to survive the long cold winters of Wisconsin, as well as their availability to be ready for early picking. Apple Holler’s Peach picking will start mid- July and continue into mid-August. Please call Apple Holler for exact peach picking dates.

In addition to pick-your-own peaches and apples, delicious homemade apple-peach pies will be available for purchase in the Apple Holler Country Store, along with peach butter, preserves and many other peach products. Don’t forget about Apple Holler’s down-home cooking where you can also enjoy peach pancakes, for only $8.99 every day starting mid-July and continue to mid-August.

In the Country Store and Gift Shop, customers can enjoy FREE tasting including peach wine, peach butter, peach bread, preserves and spreads, Wisconsin cheeses and more every day in July and August.

Weekdays in July and August, children can burn off some of that summertime energy while enjoying Summer Fun on the Farm. Families will have fun visiting the goats and other animals, the Giant Slide, The Kids’ Corral Play Area, Pedal Carts, Fun Mazes, Live Bee Observation Exhibit and much more! Summer Fun on the Farm is available everyday 10am-3pm in July and August. Admission is just $4 per person.

Apple Holler is located between Racine and Kenosha, at exit 337 off I-94 on Sylvania Avenue (the west frontage road), just north and west of highway KR exit. Apple Holler is a farm to table restaurant, bakery, gift shop, orchard and family farm, including pick your own apples, peaches, pears and pumpkins. Visitors will enjoy four seasons of family fun and activities including; orchard and farm tours, children’s shows, school field trips, hayrides, sleigh rides, barnyard animals and outdoor play areas. Apple Holler is a perfect indoor/outdoor wedding venue and an agritourism destination. Call (262) 884-7100 or visit, for further information.

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In order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff while having an enjoyable time on the farm, Apple Holler has implemented the following procedures:

  1. Face Masks Required: Face masks are required when coming indoors at Apple Holler, except when eating at your dining table. Face masks are also required outdoors at Apple Holler when social distancing is not possible.
  2. Vaccinations: Vaccinations are highly encouraged.
  3. Showing Symptoms? If you, someone in your party, or someone with whom you have recently come into contact with are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit our farm. Return home and follow the CDC guidelines.
  4. Keep Your Distance: Stay a minimum of 6 feet (preferably more) away from other visitors and staff at all times.
  5. Wash Your Hands Thoroughly When You Arrive: Please use hand sanitizer & hand washing stations (indoor & outdoor) upon arrival and often. We have dispensers placed for your convenience.

We are committed to keeping your family, our family, and our employees safe. There remains an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present and we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed. Regular sanitizing, access to sanitizer and handwashing, and daily health checks of our employees are just some of the precautions we are taking.