Wilson's Orchard and Farm is a u-pick farm, bakery, and market. Each season, we open our gates to visitors, encouraging you and your family to take part in the harvest! Visit the farm to pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, apples, and pumpkins. Just stop by our Admission Shack, and our staff will point you in the right direction.Get Updates From the Farm
Visiting Wilson's Orchard & Farm has been a family tradition for many for something like three generations. Our grounds are open to you and yours for exploring throughout the summer and fall months.
There is a $5 admission for all guests 3+ when visiting the southern half of our farm (the northern half will remain free for all guests). You can save by pre-purchasing your admission online (just visit our online store!)
What’s included in the admission fee?
1. You-Pick Activities + Discounted Produce
2. Our Seasonal Corn Maze (Sep-Oct)
3. Ever-expanding Kids Playground
4. New Photo Ops & Seating Areas
5. Farm Development and Maintenance
Wilson's Farm and Orchard is open to visitors February - December. Our farm is located 3 miles North of Iowa City, just off of Highway 1.
The Wilson’s Farm Market offers a selection of locally grown produce, homemade bakery items, and goods from other local makers. Available online for delivery or pick up.
Wilson's Ciderhouse and Venue occupies two floors of a mammoth century-old, gable-roofed barn amongst the apple trees in picturesque Wilson’s Orchard. The restaurant, full bar, and event center offer an extraordinary selection of house-crafted ciders and seasonally-inspired meals made with ingredients sourced locally.
By the end of our harvest season last year, we knew we wanted to explore alternatives to our Smokehouse concept. We love barbeque, but after three seasons of experience we wondered if there might been some other a concept that would be better suited to our priorities– increasing the value for our guests, reducing wastage, managing spikes in demand, achieving consistent quality, and advancing local, ethical and regenerative food and farming.
One of the ideas that we liked a lot was a farm-to-table pizza concept. We loved how we would be able to leverage the talented team of bakers at Wilson’s Bakery to make our house dough. We were also excited about the fact that pizza could be a great way of showcasing some of the amazing local, ethically grown, and regeneratively farmed ingredients in our area. Making high quality pizza with the infrastructure we have on the farm is not going to be without its challenges, but we are excited about the new direction and hope that you will come out and give it a try.