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Frugthaven Farm is your orchard destination for great coffee, unique shopping, outdoor events, weddings, hard cider tasting and more. Visit our Kaffebar or the Cidery for your favorite beverages and Pink + Frillos for gifts, home decor & apparel.
11466 W Carson City Rd
|Monday||6am - 5pm|
|Tuesday||6am - 5pm|
|Wednesday||6am - 5pm|
|Thursday||6am - 5pm|
|Friday||6am - 9pm|
|Saturday||7am - 9pm|
|Sunday||7am - 12pm|
Monday Friday 6:00AM-5:00PM
Friday & Saturday 3:00PM-9:00PM
Pink + Frillos
Monday - Saturday 10:00AM-5:00PM
Sailor & Sipper
Tuesday - Saturday 11:00AM-7:00PM (appointments available)
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IT WAS AN AVERAGE WEDNESDAY and my husband said, “I think we should bid on Tract 1 of the Klackle property” (full disclosure, I said no thank you.). That was the beginning of our adventure. By 6:30 that night we were the new owners of a 40-acre orchard, a 20-acre pumpkin patch and in total 75 acres of agri-tainment property. Prior to that day we hadn’t even discussed purchasing it. But from that moment on we knew we were the right people to reinvent a beloved fall tradition in the West Michigan area. Generations of families have picked apples, eaten donuts, taken wagon rides, smiled for photos and made proposals on this land. We knew we had to reopen this gathering space for generations to come.
In the days that followed our impulsive purchase we googled things like “how to grow apples”. We began dreaming about what our new “boutique orchard” would become. We found a barn restoration expert and contracted him to bring our 120-year old barn back to life as an event venue. We met with a local coffee roaster and were sold on their commitment to excellence in taste and process. We hired the perfect marketing team to bring our vision into reality with mood boards, color schemes and logos. We even tested out the donut machines to make sure the recipe tasted just right (mission accomplished, by the way).
Before the ink was dry on the property sale we had to get to work in the apple orchard. We needed a tractor. And equipment. And someone experienced with these things (thank heaven for Roberto). We’re doing the work and are anticipating our first crop this fall. We don’t claim to be apple growers yet but if all goes well, this fall we are officially changing our titles.