Apple Picking Near Boston

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Belkin Lookout Farm - South Natick, MA
Lookout Farm is one of the oldest working farms in the country, established by Minister John Eliot in 1650. It was purchased by Steve and Joan Belkin in 2005. Enjoy picking your own apples and pumpkins there this Fall. Find out what else is happening on the farm via Facebook. Belkin Family Lookout Farm has over 3317 Facebook likes. Their address is 89 Pleasant Street South, South Natick, MA 01760. It is located about 20 miles west of Boston.

Brooksby Farm - Peabody, MA
Thirty minutes outside of boston, the Brooksby Farm has pumpkin picking and hayrides. You can also pick your own apples there. Enjoy their bakery with apple cider, donuts, coffee, and baked goods. Starting September 8th you can pick your own apples and pumpkins.  Their address is 54 Felton St., Peabody, MA 01960. It is about 22 miles north of Boston.

Carlson Orchards - Harvard, MA
A 120+ acre working farm operated by the second generation of the Carlson family.They have over 14 varieties of apples for picking.Enjoy a steaming hot apple crisp and hot spiced cider after you complete your trip through the orchard.The orchard was founded in 1936 by Walter and Eleanor Carlson.Their three sons now run the orchard, which produces 60,000 bushels of apples and over 500,000 gallons of apple cider annually.

Carver Hill Orchard - Stow, MA
Pick your own apples and pumpkins this fall. Open everyday for picking and buying this fall.  They are located at 101 Boxmill Rd., Stow, MA. It is about 29 miles west of Boston.

Cedar Hill Farm - Amesbury, MA
A dairy farm transformed into an apple orchard in 1978. They grow 70 acres of fruits and vegetables on the 145 acre farm, with much of the land available for pick your own activities.Enjoy apple picking (pay by the pound).They also make unpasteurized cider, starting on Labor Day Weekend with a tart flavor and picking up complexity and fruitness into November.The farm is open seven days a week from May through November.

Cider Hill Farm - Amesbury, MA
A dairy farm transformed into an apple orchard in 1978. They grow 70 acres of fruits and vegetables on the 145 acre farm, with much of the land available for pick your own activities. Past Yelp reviews indicate you can pick from their pumpkin field. Enjoy apple picking (pay by the pound). The farm is open seven days a week from May through October 31st. The address is 45 Fern Ave., Amesbury, MA. It is about 41 miles north of Boston.

Honey Pot Hill Orchards - Stow, MA
A 200 acre family owned and operated farm since 1923.They have 15 different apple varieties for picking as they ripen.Medium bags for 10 lbs are $16 and big bags for 20 lbs are $24.Cash and check only for PYO but there is an ATM at the farm store.Also visit their hedge maze, barnyard animals and enjoy a hayride.The Appleshop sells fresh pressed cider, caramel apples, cider donuts and thousands of pumpkins.Located 45 minutes west of Boston and 20 minutes east of Worcester.

Pakeen Farm - Canton, MA
This is an orchard with a pumpkin patch, apples, donuts, and mini maze. The address is 109 Elm Street, Canton, MA 02021. It is about 16 miles southwest of Boston. They are open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday starting after Labor Day.  Also have a big Monday Columbus Day event.  Lots of apple cider and donuts.

Parlee Farms - Tyngsboro, MA
Their 12 acres of pumpkins near Nashua, NH produce more than 40,000 pumpkins! They also have live barn animals, school field trips, and a hay play area for kids. They have lots of pick your own including pumpkins, cut flowers, apples, peaches, and strawberries. The address is 95 Farwell Road, Tyngsboro, MA 01879. It is about 37 miles northwest of Boston.

Rogers Spring Hill Farm - Bradford, MA
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. It is a fourth generation farm founded by Randolf Rogers in 1902. Their address is 1269 Boston Hill Ward Hill, Bradford, MA 01835. It is about 33 miles north of Boston.

Russell Orchards - Ipswich, MA
Ten varieties of PYO apples including Empire, Gala, and McIntosh.They ripen in September and October though weather and demand can effect availability.Weekday pricing is by the pound.A peck bag is $20 (cash only) on weekends and Monday holidays.Bakery offers cider donuts, seasonal pies and other treats daily.Visit the farm animals or sip wine in the tasting room.Apple trees were first planted on the property in 1920, and it is now run by its third farm family under an agricultural preservation restriction that prevents it from being turned into a development.

Shelburne Farm - Stow, MA
This is the oldest pick your own apple orchard in Eastern Massachusetts. Pick your own apples and pumpkins twenty miles west of Boston. Also pick apples, peaches, pears and enjoy some family entertainment. They are open every day and have live music on weekends. Visit with the farm animals as well! Their address is 106 West Acton Road, Stow, MA 01775. It is located about 28 miles west of Boston.

Smolak Farms - North Andover, MA
They hold family festivals starting with the first weekends in September and running through October 31st with apple picking, pumpkin picking and hayrides. Their farm stand is open every day. They also have a playground, wee wagons, duck races, face painting and games. Now open Saturday and Sunday with their corn maze. Their address is 315 South Bradford Street, North Andover, MA. It is located about 28 miles north of downtown Boston.

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