Emma Krumbee's Apple Orchard

351 Enterprise Drive E (US Highway 169 and County Road 3)

About Us

At Emma Krumbee's you will find great food and service. We have 5 restaurants to serve you in MN and WI. You can look forward to made from scratch dishes, fresh baked goods, plus friendly service. We can't wait to see you soon at Emma Krumbee's!

Since we first opened in 1969 Emma Krumbee's has been a favorite destination for restaurant goers who want to enjoy great food, made from scratch dishes, tasty baked goods, and daily specials.

Emma Krumbee's invites you to celebrate autumn and share the harvest. A day at Emma Krumbee's Apple Orchard offers a break from the tangle of everyday living with pure and simple, honest-to-goodness family fun. This is a time when moms and dads, grandparents and grandchildren, can reconnect with each other and make memories that last a lifetime. So, grab the gang and come visit us at Emma Krumbee's.
Discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 12 varieties of apples, raspberriess,pumpkins, gourds, and an array of summer vegetables and plants.


melissa wilson

Monday, Sep. 11, 2017

Great lil' gift shop and bakery. Restaurant features homestyle foods. Scarecrow festival great family fall activity.

Donald Hanrahan

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Known for home made foods and deserts. Service is good and friendly. Enjoyed the time spent their and kid friendly.

Marilyn Gronner

Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017

We always enjoy our visits and the apples and other treats!

Jeff Solheim

Monday, June 12, 2017

Used to be cute and fun. Now just feels like a carnival

Stephanie Clark

Monday, Sep. 19, 2016

Not worth the price of admission. The good: -Very family friendly -Lots of apple trees -A wide range of activities The bad: -Geared more toward small children rather than a wide age range -There may be a lot of trees, but we could only pick Harralsons. Three was poor signage regarding this as the sign by the side of the road boasted several other types of apples. Those other types were available in the general store, but if you were looking for a pick your own experience this place fell very short. -While there may have been several things to do, everything was geared toward smaller children (I would say 3 and under). The "petting zoo" consisted of 5 goats and you could pay for food, but they weren't eating because they were likely stuffed from being the only animals on the "farm" to feed. All in all, I felt that this place did not have much to offer for an apple picking experience. I've been to better orchards with more activities with no admission fee. I felt somewhat ripped off both by the admission fee and the misleading advertisement of u pick apples. They have a variety, but you can't pick 'em!