Watch as apple cider and donuts are made with the orchard’s fresh apples, or take home two bottles of apple honey wine
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 26, 2014. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Only valid for the following weekends: 10/4-10/5, 10/11-10/12, 10/18-10/19, & 10/25-10/26. Subject to availability. For the wine offer must be 21+ with valid ID. Tax and gratuity not included.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Choose Between Two Options
$7 for a dozen donuts ($6 value) and a gallon of apple cider ($6 value; $12 total value)
$14 for two bottles of apple-honey wine ($28 value)
Obstbaum Orchards' name means fruit tree in German. And it is home to just that: orchards full of cherries and apples, which transform into ciders, wines, donuts, pies, and caramel apples. During spring, summer, and fall, the orchard is open each weekend for picnics, hayrides, and meandering strolls through the pumpkin patch with a headless scarecrow eagerly awaiting a makeover. Fresh-pressed cider, apple-cider donuts, and apple pies are made right before visitors' eyes, and seasonal crafts entertain the whole family.
My daughter and I had a very nice time. It was just what we needed to slow down and enjoy the beautiful day. The family that owns the orchard is so friendly and down-to-earth. The hayride was relaxing and informative. I enjoyed this so much more than going to Erwin's (in South Lyon) or Spicer's (in Hartland). It was like going back in time to the old days. Yummy donuts and cider too!