Honey Pot Hill Orchard
Other Ideas: Massachusetts Farm & Orchard Guide: Pick Your Own; Tougas Farm; Cider Hill Farm; Ward's Berry Farm; Libby & Son U-Picks
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Pick your own apples, blueberries & pears, pet & feed the barnyard animals, enjoy a hayride, or find your way through the hedge maze.
Pick your own apples! There are quite a few varieties to choose from at Honeypot Hill. Be sure to get there early during peak picking season. Weekends are busy with families and weekdays are busy with school trips. But it really helps get you in the apple picking spirit!
Visit with friendly farm animals: rabbits, goats, pigs, ducks & cows. The animals may be fed with food available here. Meet the '3 little pigs,' Callie the goat and her two little friends: 'Troubles and Easy Walker', the sheep and cows, the never ending cock-a-doodle- doo roosters, bunnies, and ducks: 'Hugs & Cuddles.'
Relax on a scenic hayrides, traveling through the woods, along the river and through the beautiful orchards. Hayrides run weekends from Labor Day weekend through end of October from 11am - 5pm.
It's lots of fun getting lost in the gigantic hedge maze, an exact replica of the famous 'Hampden Court' Maze in England. The maze is open weekends from Labor Day weekend through the end of October from 11:00am - 5:00pm.
Let Honey Pot Hill Orchards host your child's next birthday party. Whether it's your child's 3rd or 10th birthday, it will be a great one at Honey Pot Hill Orchards. They go out of their way to make sure you have a fun filled day at the orchard for your child and his or her friends. Find out more...
Or, just pack a lunch or enjoy their delicious homemade cider donuts with a cup of apple cider down at the picnic tables.
The farm store offers homemade cider donuts, fruit, fruit baskets, honey, and other homemade treats, not to mention the best apple cider! They have a cider mill, but it is not always in operation. It's a good idea to call ahead about seasonal produce.
138 Sudbury Rd., Stow, MA, 01775 map
Phone: 978 562-5666
- Blueberry Tips: An all-terrain jog stroller is recommended if you have little ones in tow. The hill up to the blueberry area is rather steep and stony. A regular stroller will work, but it will take a lot of effort. Bring water on hot days.
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