| 08/08/2022 | Updated | Adventure - Outdoors, Attend, Attractions, Fairs, Festivals & Parades, Fall, Family Fun, Farms & Agriculture, Holiday, Savor - Food & Fun, Seasonal Travel, Sightsee |   

Fall Favorite: Harvest Time at Bellewood Farms

Bellewood Farms & Distillery, located in Lynden, Washington, has been a Whatcom County favorite for years. There's no better time to visit Bellewood than in the fall when the air is crisp and apples and pumpkins are ready to be picked. 


The original owners, Dorie and John Belisle, opened their farm to the public in 2002 and 10 years later opened the Bellewood Farmstore, Cafe and Distillery. 

In 2018, The Abel family took over operations at Bellewood and have continued to expand the farm with new entertainment and educational activities in the fall and summer. 



Pick your apples at Bellewood Farms. They'll even supply you a reusable bag. Walk to the orchard or take a free apple bin train ride to the U-pick area. 

Apples include: Honeycrisp, Gala, Belle De Boskoop, Golden Supreme. 


After picking, mosey back toward the barn for a free corn maze or, when it's that time of the fall, Bellewood's U-pick pumpkin patch

If you're feeling hungry, head to the cafe for: 

  • fresh apple cider donuts 
  • a slice of apple pie
  • kettle corn
  • fresh cider
  • caramel apples

Travel Tip: Nothing pairs better with Bellewood apples than their homemade honey-roasted peanut butter, which can be purchased at Bellewood or at any Bellingham Haggen.  

Bellewood has grown-up fun too! In 2019, Bellewood opened their distillery which features “farm-to-table” flavors. Sample Bellewood’s Bruce Liquor, Barrel-Aged Gin, and seasonal spirits like their Holiday Vodka and Pumpkin Spiced Liquer.  

Explore the Farm to Table Trail!
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