Are you looking for a fun fall activity to do with your buddy this fall?
Well, look no further! You can go apple picking with your buddy.
Head to the Eastside to pick apples at the NW Bloom organic farm. One of six farms on a collective 47-acre property, NW Bloom has apples ripe and ready. They opened for the season on August 22 and expect crispy apples through October 17. Families will need tickets to pick here on Saturdays, from 10 a.m.-noon. The $17 price covers two people (kids under 10 are free) and a five-gallon bucket, ready to be filled. Expect to pick Liberty, Jonagold, Spartan and Golden Russets, in addition to quince before the season is over. Families can also take advantage of windfall apples (you’ll find them on the ground) when they make an additional donation, or purchase an extra five-gallon bucket when you get there for $15 more. They take cash, Venmo and PayPal, so come prepared. They’ll also have other fresh-picked produce (and hopefully some pumpkins in October) available for purchase. Event details.
Pro tip: The early bird gets the good apples at this farm, so show up earlier in the time slot for the best picking.
Covid safety: Face masks will be required for pickers. Please practice social distancing when you visit.
15410 N.E. 124th St.