Apple Tree Lane Bed and Breakfast


Welcome to Apple Tree Lane, a Waupaca,Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast. Located in an historic Victorian farmhouse, complete with gingerbread trim, the Inn sits on 7.5 acres in a park-like setting along 400 feet of beautiful Crystal River frontage.

We hope you visit our blog often!  We will share information and pictures with you on special happenings at the Inn and in the Waupaca area, recipes, events, seasonal fun, updates and much more.

Autumn in Waupaca

A look of tranquility with a less hurried pace. Although we are past peak color, there is still plenty of color, smells, and textures of the season to enjoy with its special character and beauty.

Apple Tree Lane B&B 125 year old Wolf River Apple Tree

After a brisk walk through some beautiful scenery at Hartman Creek State Park, off Hwy 54 just west of Waupaca, where your senses will be invigorated and your mood elevated, we recommend a trip just around the corner to Turners Fresh Market on Hwy 54 in Waupaca, Nothing celebrates fall like a trip to a apple orchard and farm market! Here you can enjoy a huge corn maze, hayrides, caramel apple and cider. It was a great pumpkin harvest, so pick up some peanut pumpkins, knucklehead pumpkins or jahrdale squash. Wonderful preserves and goodies can be brought home to enjoy this winter or serve as gifts.

And the apples...! Here you will find the Macs, Gaylas and Corts, some of our favorites of American's #1 fruit! According to the U.S. Apple Association the top 5 apples are Red Delicious, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith and Fugi. If you are looking to do a little bit of munching and a little bit of baking, the Paula Red, Cortland, Golden Delicious and Jonagold top the list of the best "All Purpose Apples".

Search for the Perfect Apple

After a fun filled fall day, arrive for your overnight stay at the Apple Tree Lane Bed & Breakfast, and enjoy homemade apple treats from apples from their own orchard. This historic homestead was once one of the largest running apple orchards and berry farms in the region. Wolf River and Macintosh apples are still on our property today, where we enjoy making fun creations for our guests. Come see our Wolf River Apple Tree which is the patriarch of the entire orchard, over 125 years old and still producing apples today!


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