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Baraboo WI 53913
On Sep 28, 2013: im2spooky4u wrote:My family has been going to Ski-Hi for as long as I can remember. I took my kids there when they were young. It had always been a fun time making good memories. I happened to be driving by yesterday with my now grown kids and decided to stop and recapture the old days. It didn't happen. I was very disappointed with our trip. The apples were not the high quality I expected and the lady at the counter was VERY rude. She did not even say hello when I smiled and said it to her or give me a thank you after my purchase. She just shoved my change at me and looked away. The only thing she said to me the whole time was "$12.00!!!". I'm sorry to see the fun place I remember going to as a kid, and later taking my own kids there, is now gone. That's alright though, they're not the only fruit farm in Wisconsin.
On Sep 14, 2009: Madgrl wrote:Excellent place for a day trip. Lovely area, lots of different varieties of free apples to sample, fantastic apple pie slices for only $2.00 with ice cream if you want, caramel coated apples, turnovers, donuts, fresh and frozen pies, and cider available for purchase. Plus, a wide variety of jams, honey, molasses, apple butter, cheese, apple salsa... Also you can purchase 5 pound bags of fresh apples for $5.00. Walk around the grounds too. There are picnic tables inside and outside to eat your treats. There is an historic cabin nearby. You can't go inside but peeking in the windows is allowed. The orchard is long-term family owned and operated and they're always very friendly. The place stays open until November. Don't be surprised at the number of cars parked outside!
On May 30, 2008: jasmerr from Merrimac, WI wrote:Nice place. Not only do they have several different varieties of apples, but also sell apple pie, caramel apples, cider, etc.
On June 1st, 2008, jasmerr added the following: I neglected to say they are about two minutes from Devil's Lake State Park, so it is especially nice to be able to visit the park when fall colors are changing, and then stop at SkiHi for cider or apple pie.
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