Our apples and Queen Ann yellow raspberries are ready for you to take home! Our apple varieties include Zestar, Honeycrisp, and McIntosh apples. Enjoy our variety of delicious apples and a large harvest of raspberries with your friends and family. Stop by our orchard Monday – Sunday from 9am to 5pm to grab your apples and raspberries.
Don’t forget to ask about our freshly pressed apple cider! Our cider is made from our very own Zestar and Honeycrisp apples.
Dixon’s wedding venue offers choices of outdoor locations including a picturesque pond with a footbridge, a peaceful woodland setting, or a beautiful option in the orchard among the apple trees. Check weather off your list of worries, as the celebration can be moved indoors if needed.
Set your creativity free as you plan your event at Dixon’s Apple Orchard. From engagement pictures all the way through the wedding weekend, Dixon’s Apple Orchard offers a charming and serene setting for the bride seeking just the right ambiance for her special day. “We want you to feel at home” says Becky Mullane. “We want you to feel comfortable, so you can have an enjoyable day as well as a memorable, beautiful day.”
Dixon’s is also the home of the Champagne Apple – and the only place in the world where you can get them! Each fall, families gather at Dixon’s to get the patented sweet and spicy Champagne Apple, as well as other apple varieties and berries grown in the orchard!
Dixon’s Apple Orchard and Wedding Venue is located in the Chippewa Valley, not far from Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
Dixon’s Apple Orchard and Wedding Venue was created with a bride and groom in mind who love the simple things in life. Being that Dixon’s Apple Orchard is also an operational apple orchard, it provides an earthy atmosphere in abundance for your celebration.
Dixon’s is home to our world-famous Champagne apples, a variety discovered and grown first by Fred Dixon. This golden apple with a hint of blush is a firm, good keeper. It’s sweet but spicy, and juicy for baking and eating. We think you have to taste it to fully appreciate the unique taste and texture. You will be able to taste those and some delicious Zestar, Macoun, McIntosh, and Honeycrisp apples when you visit our orchard.