11 Places to Pick-Your-Own Apples

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Summer is winding down and fall fun is right around the corner!  'Tis the season for apples in New England!  There are so many beautiful orchards where you can pick-your-own apples here in Massachusetts, so we've gathered up some fabulous spots for you to take the family.  Before you go, be sure to call ahead or check the individual website for picking conditions.

Belkin Family Lookout Farm
89 Pleasant St S, Natick, MA
(508) 651-1539
Open daily from 10am-5pm
Train rides, farm animals, children’s caterpillar rides, moon bounce, farm maze, and more!  Saturdays and Sundays also include live children’s entertainment, hayrides, children’s face painting, and BBQ snack bar.   Check their website to see what apple varieties are ready to pick.

Brooksby Farm
54 Felton Streeet, Peabody MA
Pick-Your Own Apples begins Sept 9th and typically ends October 9th.  PYO apples open 9am-4pm daily.  Stop by the store for some cider donuts!

Carver Hill Orchard
101 Brookside Avenue, Stow, MA
(978) 897-6117
Check Facebook page for updated hours before visiting.

Cider Hill
45 Fern Ave, Amesbury MA
Fall festivities every weekend, including apple picking, hayrides, kettle cornand more. Open every day from 8am-6pm.  Click here for current picking information.

C.N. Smith Farm
325 South St, East Bridgewater, MA
(508) 378-2270
PYO apples starting Labor Day Weekend, generally pick through Columbus Day.   Mon, Tues – ORCHARD CLOSED, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 10am-4pm, Sat, Sun: 9am-4pm.  Orchard is open Monday of Labor Day and Columbus Day Weekends.  Cider donuts available Wednesday through Sunday.  Visit the farm animals while you're there!

Connors Farm
30 Valley Rd, Danvers, MA
(978) 777-1245
Open daily from 9am-6pm
7 acre Corn Maze, Apple Picking, Barnyard Animals, Barnyard Twister, Black Mamba, Campfires, Corn box, Corn Hole, Corn Tunnel, Cornball, Cow milking, Cow Train, Corn cannon, Sling shots, Pumpkin blaster, Duck Races, Face Painting, Gemstone Mining, Giant Rocking Chair, Giant Tires, Grain Train, Hay jump and slides, Hay Mini maze, Hayrides, Horse Swings, Jumping Pillows, Lincoln logs, Live entertainment (scheduled shows), Mechanical bull, Mini Tractors, Pedal Carts, Pig Races (scheduled show), Pipe Slide, Hop Along Rodeo, Pumpkin bowling, Pumpkin checkers, Pumpkin Chucker (scheduled shows), Pumpkin Picking, Pumpkin Tetherball, Pumpkin Tic Tac Toe, Rat Rollers, Ring the Bell, Sand Box, Steer Roping, Spider Web and Trikes & more.  Some attractions available on weekends only.  Call ahead for picking conditions.

Honey Pot Orchards
138 Sudbury Rd, Stow, MA
(978) 562-5666
Open daily for pick-your-own daily from 9:30am-5pm
Visit the farm animals, try three different hedge mazes, and go on a hayride (weekends only from 10:30am-4pm)

Parlee Farms
95 Farwell Rd, Tyngsboro, MA
(978) 649-3854
Feed and pet the animals at Annie's Animal Barns, Play in the (free) Hay Play Area, and drive on Farmer Mark's Tractor Training Course.  Don't forget cider donuts!

Russell Orchards
143 Argilla Rd, Ipswich, MA
(978) 356-5366
Pick-your-own hours 9am-5pm
Visit the Barnyard Animals.  Wine tastings every Friday-Sunday from 12-6pm.

Smolak Farms
315 S Bradford St, North Andover, MA
(978) 682-6332
Apple orchards are open daily from 9am-4pm.  Fall Festival Time every weekend in September & October - Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Hay Rides, Amusement Area, Farm Animals, Apple Cider Donuts, Candy Apples & more.

Tougas Family Farm
234 Ball Street, Northboro MA
(508) 393-6406
Apple picking season will run through October. Please check our Picking Conditions Page for daily picking information. Our barnyard, playground, and farm kitchen are family friendly activities all will enjoy. After apple picking, come visit the barnyard to see the goats climb their mountain of stone and then enjoy farm fresh homemade baked goods, ice cream, and apple cider donuts at the Tougas Farm Kitchen. Fun for the whole day, a perfect Massachusetts vacation & New England experience.





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