Orchards & Farms

Cranberries, apples, and everything in between!

Did you know? Wisconsin stands as a global leader, producing over half of the world’s cranberry supply.

Orchards & Farms

Explore the agricultural heritage of Monroe County, Wisconsin with a visit to its orchards and farms. Experience the beauty of rural life as you explore these picturesque landscapes and discover the fresh produce they offer. From apple orchards to dairy farms, Monroe County’s orchards and farms provide a unique opportunity to connect with nature and savor the flavors of the region.

Cranberry Country Market

Cranberry Country Market is a charming destination offering a delightful blend of local goods and cranberry-inspired products. Visitors to this quaint market can explore a variety of artisanal items, including homemade jams, syrups, and baked goods crafted with locally sourced ingredients. Additionally, the market showcases a selection of unique cranberry-themed gifts and souvenirs, providing guests with the perfect memento of their visit to the heart of cranberry country.

Maple Ridge Orchard

Nestled near Cashton’s Amish Country, with picturesque ridge-top views, Maple Ridge Orchard offers premium homegrown apples and a variety of delicious treats, including Raspberry & Blackberry Jam, Strawberry/Rhubarb Jam, Apple Butter, Apple Salsa, Apple-Hickory BBQ Sauce, and local Honey. It’s your one-stop shop for Hand Dipped Caramel Apples, Apple Cider Donuts, Apple Pie, and Apple & Cherry Turnovers.

Rex Moseley’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm

Growing apples since 1875, Rex Moseley’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm was started by the family’s great-grandfather and has been churning out 12 apple varieties ever since, including the beloved Honeycrisp, ripe for picking or available pre-picked. Alongside the apples, autumn brings forth a bounty of delights such as apple cider, pumpkins, squash, and cabbage.

Wetherby Cranberry Company

Since 1903, Wetherby has been packing fresh cranberries, a tradition that continues to this day. Since 1973, they’ve been a staple at the Warrens Annual Cranberry Festival, offering hand-sorted cranberries and other products. From late September through Thanksgiving, their fruit is available onsite or shipped nationwide, including homemade wine and sweetened dried cranberries. Visitors eagerly anticipate the annual “Harvest Day” in October, where they can wade into cranberry beds for a unique photo experience.

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124 N. Court St.
Sparta, WI 54656
Monroe County, WI

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