Cider, donuts and blooms! All things you can experience at Robinette's. This West Michigan favorite is celebrating spring with wagon rides on the property. 

Next weekend on April 24, wagon tours will take your whole family through the orchard. Of course, Michigan weather is something to consider while you're making plans but the orchards are starting to come to life. Robinette's is open year round and the spring tours begin from 12p-2pm next Saturday. They wagons will take off every half hour.

Cost for the tour is $2.50 per person. There will be masks required on the wagons and pre-purchased tickets are encouraged, as there will be limited capacity on each wagon. Robinette's is a centennial farm. They grow apples, peaches, cherries, nectarines, and apricots. The Apple Haus houses a lunchroom, bakery, donut makers, and cider mill. The big, red barn houses a winery tasting room, gift shop, nut maker, and popcorn maker. Robinette's makes 6 different wines and sells early 20 varieties.

To purchase tickets for a Spring wagon ride, head to the Robinette's Facebook page or their website.

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