From tree buds to your taste buds, and every stage in between.
Cherry season has come to an end, but you can still find frozen cherries and Door County cherry products year round. We expect cherry blossoms to appear again in mid-May with cherry picking the end of July.
Cherry Lane Orchards incorporates 13 acres of cherry and apple trees. The primary retail focus is providing a memorable pick-your-own experience. To ensure a favorable outing you can expect to find a clean, well-groomed orchard, ample parking, restroom facility, relaxed atmosphere and family friendly service.
Since 1955, the Lautenbach’s have been producing quality fruit products in Door County. The 100 acre family estate is home to a winery, cider mill and market. The winery resides in a restored dairy barn, producing most of its award-winning wines from fruits grown on the property. Estate-grown fruits include cherries, apples, grapes, raspberries, and pears. Styles of wine offered for tasting and purchase, range from dry to sweet, pure fruit and grape varietals, sparkling and spiced.
We are located in beautiful Door County, on the bay side of the peninsula. We have been growing apples and cherries since 1984, and currently have 150 acres of orchards. We’re open July 1st through October 31st, 9am to 5pm, seven days a week. Be sure to stop in and browse through our market for fabulous items for your own enjoyment or perhaps for gift giving. Pick your own cherries or apples.
Anyone who has eaten a Door County cherry pie or enjoyed the jams and jellies made in this area knows the taste is something special. Seaquist Orchards and Seaquist Orchards Farm Market are the premier cherry grower and retailer of cherries and cherry products in Wisconsin. The market is located north of the scenic little village of Sister Bay, near the tip of the Door Peninsula. (All cherries are pre-picked from our orchards – Pick your own not available)
Al Johnson’s Bread Pudding
There’s a reason this delicious dessert has been on their menu for years. Try it today…