Orchards- Eastern Region
Apple orchards in Essex, Middlesex, Plymouth and Bristol
Central Massachusetts Orchards
Western Massachusetts Orchards
A Epicure Fruit Orchard Inc
/ Pemberton Farms / Fruit Orchards
55 Causeway Street, Boston, MA 02114
Phone: (617) 723 2300
Since 1930, our family has offered the highest quality products at the lowest possible prices and this year we've expanded our product line to offer even more choices.
We have Gift Baskets, a Butcher Shop, Chocolates, New England Foods, Desserts, Cheese and Nuts, and Flowers.
Check out our full Catalog Online! www.pembertonfarms.com
Anderson Fruit Farm
160 Main Street, Westford, Middlesex county
Directions: Rt. 128 South to exit 32, Rt. 3 North. Around rotary to Westford Road. 3 miles on right.
Open: daily 10 a.m.-4 p.m. School groups welcome by appointment. Open Labor Day weekend.
Containers provided. Roadside stand.
62 Valley Road, Dunstable, Middlesex county
Directions: Exit 35 off Rt. 3. Proceed toward
Dunstable on Rt. 113. Take second left to Forest Hill Road. Farm is at end.
Open: Saturday and Sunday beginning week of Labor
day, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fresh cider available.
131 Old Ferry Road, Newburyport, Essex county
Directions: Take Exit 57 East off I-95 . Follow signs
for Maudsley State Park. Farm is next to park, 1.5 miles
Open: Friday-Sunday, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. School
groups by appointment.
495 Chicopee Row, Groton, Middlesex county
Phone: 978-448-8388; Call ahead for picking conditions.
Directions: Autumn Hills is located 3.5 miles NE of Groton Center (intersection of Routes 119 and 40).
From Boston or Route 128
Take Route 2 West to Concord Rotary.
At rotary pick up Route 119 (it's about 15 miles to Groton Center from rotary).
In Groton Center take right on Hollis St. after Town Hall (on left) and Natural Market (on right),
continue straight on Hollis. You'll pass cemetery on your right.
Note: Hollis St. changes name to Chicopee Row but there's no street sign.
When you pass Watson Way on left, look for "Autumn Hills" sign on left at top of hill.
Orchard is up steep driveway on left.
From the NH or North Shore
Route 3 to Route 113-Dunstable Exit.
Proceed toward Dunstable (Route 113) and through town.
Stay on 113 in town center -- 113 turns left.
(Do not head straight toward E. Pepperell).
Turn left onto Groton Street.
Proceed approx. 4 miles. (Groton Street becomes Chicopee Row)
Orchard is just beyond intersection of Reedy Meadow (on right) and Raddin (on left).
Steep driveway on the right, just past antique yellow house on left.
Spectacular mountain views, picnic tables, antique tractors.
Apples: Over 20 varieties, as well as pears and plums
Open: weekends and holidays, 10 a.m.-5 p..m. Weekdays
by appointment. Season runs September-October.Pick your own at our authentic working farm less than 40 miles from Boston
Spectacular vistas from our hilltop orchard in historic Groton
Picnic tables; gourmet picnic lunches; apple tastings; tours -- by reservation
vist the Autumn
Hill Orchards website
51 Dolan Circle, Middleburg, Bristol county
Directions: Rt. 24 Exit 13A (Rt. 44). Turn right at
the light, go to the end, turn left on Middleboro Ave, pass
Take first left at Dolan Circle. Farm is at end.
Open: daily, 7 a.m.-dusk, until frost. Bring your own
Felton Street, Peabody, Essex county
Phone: 978-531-1631 or 978-531-7456
Directions: Rt. 128 North to Rt. 114 West in Peabody.
At third set of lights take left on Cross Street, go up
hill, bear left at next set of lights, take right onto
Open: Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. Call ahead for
Apples: Macs, Courtland, Empire, Gala, Mutsu, Red Delicious.
We also offer picnicing, birthday parties, hayrides and private
45 Fern Ave.
Phone: 978-388-5525; Call ahead for picking conditions
- Route I-95 North - exit 58B (Amesbury Route 110W).
Take a right at first light onto Elm Street.
Following signs, continue
for 2 miles into downtown rotary, and then take a Rt. onto
Rte. 150 N, staying straight for 1 mile.
Farm is located on the rt., on Fern Ave.
- Route I-95 South - Take exit 1 in NH, go 2 miles West on Rte.
Kensington), then 2 miles South on Rte. 150. Turn left onto
- Route 495 - Exit 54 ~ (Amesbury Route 150 N).
End of ramp, take a right and follow signs to center
of Amesbury, through rotary and continue 1 mile straight on
150, taking a right on Fern Ave.
We will be having a Highway sign on I-495 - and TOD and
trailblazing sign systems
Open: Monday-Sunday, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Apples: 60 varieties! including Macoun, Honeycrisp, Cameo, Macs, Delicious, Cortland, Northern Spy, Ginger Gold, etc.
We also have plums, nectarines,
yellow and white peaches, and apricots.
strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.
The farm stand has all the summer vegetables as well as a
full bakery. There is a cider press, and greenhouse, and for
weekend entertainment there are hayrides and corn and hay
Visit the Cider Hill Farm website
C.N. Smith Farm
325 South Street
East Bridgewater, MA. 02333
Directions: Rte 24 to Rte 106 East. Follow Rte 106 East to Rte 18. Left on
Rte 18-106. Take next Right to continue on 106 East for approx. 1 mile.
South Street is second right at YMCA. Follow signs to orchard entrance or
continue on South Street to the main store.
Open: Saturday and Sunday beginning approximately Labor Day or following
weekend thru Columbus Day weekend (subject to crop conditions), 9am - 5pm
Varieties: 17 varieties including Mac, Macoun, Cortland, Empire, Honeycrisp,
Delicious, Spencer, Russet, Granny Smith, Fuji, Northern Spy, Winesap, Rome.
Smith Farm also features our own Apple Cider, a year round Farm Stand/Garden
Center with our own Fresh Vegetables, Pick your own Strawberries (June),
Blueberries (July thru September) and Raspberries (August thru October).
Also Mums (wholesale and retail), Hayrides starting in October thru
Halloween, Columbus Day Weekend Harvest Festival including pick your own
Pumpkins, live music, pony rides, etc. Be sure to stop by in the spring and
visit our greenhouses and again in December for Christmas trees and wreaths!
Brookside Avenue, Box 133, Stow, Middlesex county
Directions: Brookside is off Rt. 62, 1/4 mile from
center of town.
Open: daily , 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Apples: Macs, Cortland, Macoun, Delicious, Gala, and Rome.
Farm Stand is open. We also have peaches and vegetables in season.
98 North Main Street, Sherborn, Middlesex county
Phone: (508)-653-2639 or toll free: (877) 201 7885
Open: Daily 9am-6pm May - December
Over 20 Apple Varieties
Dowse Orchards features a Roadside Farm Stand, Specialty
Gifts, PYO apples, Fresh Pressed Sweet Cider, Fresh Field
Grown Vegetables, Pumpkins, Annuals and Perennials, and
Choose n' Cut Christmas trees.
- From the South: via Rt 128~ Exit onto Rt 109 in Dedham/Westwood, follow Rt 109 west to Medfield center, Turn Right onto Rt 27 north. Follow Rt 27 through Sherborn Center to Dowse Orchards Stand (1/2 mile north of the Rt 16/27 intersection)
- From the South: via Rt I-95 Exit to Rt. 27 in Walpole, follow Rt 27 north to Dowse Orchards.
- From the South: Via I 495, Exit to Rt 126 north in Bellingham, follow Rt 126 into Holliston to Rt 16 east, follow Rt 16 east to Rt 27 north, follow Rt. 27 north 1/2 mile to Dowse Orchards
- From the East or West: Via Rt I-90, Exit 13 at Natick. Follow Rt 30 east to Speen St (first lights) Turn Right. Follow Speen St 2 miles into Sherborn. Take first left in Sherborn onto Coolidge St. Follow to end to Dowse Orchards.
Via Rt 9 or Rt 135: Take Rt 27 South in Natick. We are on the left at Blinking Light 2.5 Miles from Natick Center.
- From the North: From RT 128, take Rt 16 west through Wellesley to Rt 27 in Sherborn, Turn right onto Rt 27 and go 1 mile to Farm.
Boston Road, Westford, Middlesex county
Directions: take right 0off exit, left at the light,
left off of Padmuck Road, and its on the left..
Open: for apple picking Sat, and Sun 10-4.
Containers available. Children welcome.
Apples: Macs, Courtlands, Red and Golden Delicious.
120 Amesbury Line Road, Haverhill, Essex county
Call ahead for directions, days, hours and picking
Flying Cloud Orchards
540 Main Street, Acushnet, MA 02743
Phone: (508) 995-7846
Apples: 14 varieties.
Open: August -Nov, dail from 9 a.m. till dusk.
4 Hunt Road, Westford, MA 01886
Phone: (978) 392-9193
141 Old Ayer Road, Groton, Middlesex county
Phone: 978-448-3248 call for picking conditions before
Directions: From Boston take Rt. 2 West to 495. North
on 495 , 2 miles to Rt. 119. West 6 miles on 119.
After Mobil station on left, turn left onto Old Ayer. 1/2
mile to orchard.
Open: daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Picking begins September 11 to end of
We also have pony rides, horse drawn hayrides and petting
zoo on weekends only. School groups by appointment.
Apples: mac, cortland, macoun, and many others.
13 Birchmeadow Road, Merrimac, Essex county
Call ahead for picking hours and conditions.
Directions: Rt. 495 to exit 53. Take Bridge Street,
turn left onto Rt. 110. Birchmeadow Road is on right.
provided to orchard. Bags available or bring your own.Greenhouses open from 9am-5pm.
Farmstand now open. Fresh Strawberries ready to pick.
Honey Pot Hill Orchards
144 Sudbury Road, Stow, Middlesex county
Phone: 978-562-5666; Please call with any questions.
Directions: Located on Sudbury Road one mile off
Rt.62 between Stow Center and Hudson. Watch for our signs on
Rt. 62, 22 miles west of Boston.
Open: apple picking daily from noon to 5 p.m. beginning
Labor Day through Columbus Day. Open for the regular season
July 19th. Hayrides only on weekends, noon-4 p.m
Visit our farm animals and have a picnic.Visit our stand for
cider and donuts.
visit the Honey Pot Hill Orchardswebsite
14 Washington Street, West Boxford, Essex county
Directions: One mile off Rt. 133 in West Boxford.
Open: daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for picking
conditions. Open year round.
Farmstand, Bakery with apple cider donuts and muffins, and Greenhouse.
184 Hollis Street, Pepperell, Middlesex county
Phone: 978-433-9751; Call ahead for picking conditions.
Directions: Take Exit 5 West off Rt. 3 North to 111
West- follow into Pepperell. Take a right at yellow blinking
Farm is 3 miles up on left.
Open: June-Nove. 9 a.m.-6 p.m
Containers provided for apples.
Apples: 38 varieties.
Pick your own: strawberries and pumpkins.
Picnic area also available.
520 Main Street, West Newbury, Essex county
Directions: Exit 57 off Rt. 95. Left off exit. Farm
is 5 miles on right.
Call ahead for conditions, containers available.
Marino Lookout Farm
89 Pleasant Street, South Natick, Middlesex county
Phone: (508)-653-0653 Farm Stand: 655 4294
Office:(508) 651 1539; Call ahead for picking
Open: Year Round Open daily 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Directions: One mile from Rt. 16, South Natick Square
(get detailed directions here)
Marino Lookout Farm is recognized as the oldest continuously working farm in the country; it was first deeded in the late 1600's. The land has been farmed ever since, and its orchards have been a popular destination for autumn apple pickers for well over a century. We also grow Asian Pears, Peaches, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, and Cherries.
Apples: Cortland, Fuji, Gala, Ginger Gold, Golden Delicious, Honey Crisp, Jona Gold,
Macoun, McIntosh, and Red Delicious.
visit the Marino Lookout Farm website
One Stack Farm
65 Pleasant Valley Street, Methuen, MA 01844
Phone: (978) 683-0361
Open: 7 days year roun 8-6.
Apples: McIntosh, Courtland, Mutsu, Empire, Macoun,
Gala, Gingergold, Honeycrisp, Red and Golden Delicious,
Jonagold, Rome, Fuji, and Braeburn, just to mention a few.
We also have a Farm Stand full of fruits and vegetables, open
year round. Our big bakery is also open, specializing in
441 Great Road (Route 117)
Stow, MA 01775
visit the One Stack Farm website
Orchard Hill at Sudbury
761 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776
Peters Family Orchards and Cider Mill
537 Main Street, Acushnet, MA 02743
Phone: (508) 995-6533.
Call ahead for days, time and picking conditions.
Apples: Macommon, McIntosh, New England Stripe Mac, Cortland, Red and Golden Delicious, Viking, Empire. Also peaches, pears, plums, nectarines.
Open: in july till late fall 9am-6pm.
Directions: Rt. 195 to Marion, Rt. 105 North to
Rochester Center. Take a left at the sing "Acushnet 6
mi", take a left
at 'T' intersection, 1/2 mile on the right.
Formerly Goodale Orchards
143 Argilla Road, Ipswich, Essex county
Call ahead for conditions and hours.
Open: 9 am-6pm seven days a week
Apples: Vistabella, Jersey Mac, Early Corts, Paula Red,
Gravenstein, Gala, Gingergold, McIntosh, Courtlands, Macoun, Liberty,
Empire, Golden and Red Delicious, Baldwin, Mutsu, Fuji, Ida Red,
Jonagold, Roxburry Russet, and Bromley's
Directions: On the road to Crane Beach Castle Hill. 3
miles south of Ipswich Center.
Containers provided for pick your own. Groups welcome.
The Russell Orchards property has a long history as a
working farm. As the third family that has owned it, we, the
Russell family, are honored to continue its long tradition.
The Essex County Greenbelt Association holds an agricultural
restriction on Russell Orchards and consequently it will
never be developed.
The store is housed in a beautiful 18th century barn, with
the original barn boards and few renovations. We carry a
wide assortment of jams and jellies, maple syrup, our own
honey, several varieties of gourmet teas and coffees, old
fashioned penny candy, Burt's Bees products, and so much
more. From our winery, we have 21 varieties of wine that are
always available for tasting, and we carry a number of
wine-related products as well. Watch Cider being pressed on
Saturdays in the fall and sit by the fire at our field stone
fireplace when the temperatures fall. There is no place
quite like Russell Orchards. Come and see for yourself.
106 West Acton Road, Stow, Middlesex county
Directions: Rt. 2 West to Rt. 111 West Acton Center.
Left onto Central Street, bear right onto Willow, 1.5 miles
Open: 9am-6pm 7 days week.
Apples: 20 varieties.
We have hay rides on weekends, carmel apples and cider donuts, school
315 S. Bradford Street, North Andover, Essex county
Directions: Rt. 95 to Rt. 97 Georgetown exit. Left at
Boxford Village sign to first right, Ipswich Road.
Go 6 miles and look for signs.
Open: daily 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
We do birthday parties, hayrides, group functions.We are located on 160 acres of
beautiful North Andover farmland. We have farm animals, fallow deer, pick your
own fruit in season, and Christmas trees.
visit us online: www.smolakfarms.com