One Stack Farm
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One-Stack is a small family run orchard & farm. If you like to pick apples in a beautiful, quiet, and well kept orchard than try Stack Farm.
It's a great place to spend a few hours, have a picnic lunch and get some delicious apples.
They also sell their own pure apple cider that is made from two antique presses that are operated by and and produce a 'real, hearty cider that does not taste like the apple juice you buy in the super-market'. Also be sure to try their tasty cider popsicle!
In October, you can pick-your-own pumpkin from their pumpkin patch and in December you can cut your own Christmas tree from their Christmas tree lots.
441 Great Road (Route 117, Stow, MA map
Phone: (978) 897-9484
You won't ever go anyplace else - this is the very best in every wayOur family found this farm on a day where everywhere else was too crowded or much too pricey. My husband and I grabbed buckets to fill, asked the price, and they were so much lower than most other pick your own farms that we thought the lady was mistaken! Nope, 3 gallons later, and spending so much less than we expected, we left feeling like we stole these apples! Delicious, wonderful company to talk to, and they are now, **sniff** sold out for the season. Next year, we won't be trying out anyplace new though, this is where we will always go!
Real Apple CiderOne Stack produces the best apple cider I have ever had! It is made in small quantities and has a lot more substance than any other 'juice' I've had. The farmer, Peder, is a real character--but he knows his apples. You can talk to him as he operates his antique press. A wonderful family experience and a step back in time. Highly recommended.
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