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W27062 Wisconsin 54 Trunk
Trempealeau, WI 54661

608 539-2652

STATE LAW - No Pet Policy

Late August to October 31st - 10am to 6pm
November 1st to Thanksgiving Eve - 10am to 5pm

Ecker's Apple Farm has been a family-owned orchard seated on The Great River Road near Trempealeau, Wisconsin since 1945. The orchard is home to 20 apple cultivars, including Honeycrisp. We are dedicated to growing our apple crop sustainably using integrated pest management techniques to achieve the highest quality of fruit. Our apple crop adheres to Tru Earth certification requirements.

Ecker's also features a John Deere train, the Honeycrisp Express, an apiary, observational bee hive, blueberries in the summer, and exclusive farm-chic weddings. Home to Hog's Back Brew Farm, Ecker's is now a must-stop craft beer destination open on weekends July through October.
Come walk our orchard rows; pick-your-own apples each September. Take in the fall colors with family and friends. Our Farm Market is open daily each fall, brimming with specialty foods, our gourmet caramel, and our scratch apple pies. The orchard is our labour of love, please be part of it with us.

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We promote the products of Wisconsin-based companies.  Slack’s Jelly Farm, located in Lodi, Wisconsin, and Wildwood Specialty Foods, located right here in Trempealeau, Wisconsin, offer a unique variety of sweet spreads, dried dips, and soup mixes.

Slack's Jelly Farm

  • Fruit Jams and Jellies
  • Seedless Fruit Jams and Jellies
  • Apple and Pumpkin Butters
  • Salsas and Relishes
  • Flavored Honey
  • Country Sorghum
  • Apple, Strawberry, and Boysenberry Syrups
  • Mixed Popcorns
  • Hot Sauce

Wildwood Specialty Foods

  • Mulling Spices
  • Apple and Peach Crisp Mixes
  • Assorted Dip Mixes
  • Classic Soup and Chili Mixes
  • Creamy Soup Mixes




The honey bears go marching...

Honey is extracted each year from hives in our orchard around the end of August.  Our honey has floral undertones, as our bees work hard each spring to pollinate our apple blossoms.  Honey bears are available for purchase each fall or bring in your own jar and fill straight from our beautiful honey dispenser.