Maple Hills Orchard is a young apple orchard located in beautiful west central Minnesota between Detroit Lakes and Frazee in the rolling hills of Becker County. We are a family owned and operated orchard. We support and promote local and sustainable agriculture as well as fairtrade products. In addition to a variety of Minnesota apples and orchard honey, we grow sweet corn, winter squash, gourds and a variety of vegetables. Visit our U- Pick Pumpkin and Raspberry Patches and U-Cut Flower Garden. Our retail store offers several fairtrade varieties of single origin specialty coffee beans & loose leaf tea along with other retail items. Picnic tables are available for your enjoyment.
Maple Hills Orchard is an family-friendly experience. There are many things for family and friends to do together at Maple Hills Orchard. Pick out your own pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. Paint pumpkins or make sand art at the craft tables. Come play yard games or find your way through the kids’ straw bale maze. See the trees ripen with apples, and check out our indoor and outdoor raspberry patches where you can pick delicious, fresh Fall raspberries. Don’t forget to take a tractor ride down the orchard lane. Stay for a while, we don’t mind! We love to have you. Sample some of our freshly picked apples in the Apple House Store or ask for a caramel apple parfait with whipped cream and a cherry for a truly sweet experience. We hope to see you soon!
The Apple House Store is open weekends from Labor Day weekend to the end of October. Minnesota grown apples, pumpkins, Fall raspberries, squash, orchard honey, as well as gift items, are available in the Apple House Store. A wide variety of U-pick pumpkins are available in the pumpkin patch for your choosing, as well as U-pick raspberries under a high tunnel shelter.
Bring you cameras. Picnic tables are available as well as a tractor rides. Guess the weight of our specially picked pumpkin and win both the pumpkin and $15 of merchandise or produce. Come enjoy our crisp, northern Minnesota fall days at Maple Hills Orchard.