Door County
Cherries

Door County’s geography, climate and soil make it prime real estate for growing bountiful cherry trees. With 2,500 acres of orchards, visitors flock here every year to witness the spring blossoms and pick the summer harvest. Check back often for up-to-date information. And if you're looking for more than cherry blossoms, check out our full blossom report
 
Want to learn about all things cherries? Visit our everything cherry page. 

 

From Tree Buds to your taste buds, and every stage in between 

Some places to check out the cherry blossoms:

-Choice Orchard
-Seaquist's Orchard
-Lautenbach's Orchard
-Hwy.42 north of Sister Bay
-Cherry Lane, Forestville
-Cty. Rd. HH, southwest of Sturgeon Bay
-Shiloh Rd., south of Sturgeon Bay
-Cty. Rd. A, parallel to Baileys Harbor
-North of Egg Harbor, Hwy. 42
-South of Fish Creek, Hwy. 42

 


Stage 1 = Budding
Stage 2 = Blossoms
Stage 3 = Petals Fall
Stage 4 = Green Cherries
Stage 5 = Yellow Cherries
Stage 6 = Ready to Pick
Out of Season = Check back in Spring

 

 

 

*Please note cherries are available in Southern Door County. Picking in Northern Door County should begin July 22, 2017. For up to date information on cherries please visit Door County orchards social media pages.


Places to Explore Cherries

  • A Cherry De-Lite/Country Ovens Ltd.
  • B Choice Orchards
  • C Grandma Tommy's Country Store
  • D Koepsel's Farm Market
  • E Lautenbach's Orchard Country Winery & Market
  • F Seaquist Orchards Farm Market
  • G Wienke's Market