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Apple picking at Fruithove Picard, Belgium – CLOSED

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UPDATE: This is no longer open for apple picking!

We went apple picking in Belgium with our kids!
Tractor ride, trampoline and picking delicious apples – what more do you need for a great day out?

Here’s a short video to see what it’s like 🙂


The highlight is definitely the tractor ride!

The trampoline is also fun

And of course kids love picking appples

Bring your own bag!

Even the trolley cart is fun for kids 🙂

This is just one of the best apple picking farms for kids!

Practical stuff

*Open: see opening hours here (open for 3-4 weekends in September and beginning October, new dates in 2023)
*Cost: the activity is free, you pay for the apples EUR 0.80 per kilo
*Bring your own bag
*You can pay cash or with Payconiq (mobile phone payment)
*Stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly (but it can get muddy after rain, so better get your wellies on)
*There is no restaurant or café there
*Parking: there is parking at the entrance


0475 51 88 99


We have also been apple picking at Culture Fruitière and we really liked it!

I felt I found gold when I started diving into the Facebook group posts.

Thanks for beeing a real “childhood memories” builder!

Cristina O.

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