From its rich soil, Trempealeau County has a tradition for creating some of the iconic tastes of autumn: apples and freshly pressed cider. The first recorded apple harvest in the County took place before the Civil War in 1858, and in the decades since, the art of growing the perfect apple varieties for Trempealeau County’s climate has been accomplished!
Today, there are three commercial orchards in Trempealeau County. All three offer unique experiences that can create lasting memories to enjoy with your friends or family.
Create a tradition with your friends or family of making a fun weekend trip to enjoy a taste of Trempealeau County!