Red Apple Farm84 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 455 Highland Ave, Phillipston, MA 01331, USA, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-9782496763
- Tags: Family And Kids, Farm
Come and enjoy the charms of being at a farm at Red Apple Farm. It is a family run farm which is almost 100 years old and is set in a scenic location which will give you the true feeling of a ram. Almost 50 varieties of apples, pumpkins, blueberries, raspberries, pears, peaches and potatoes are grown on the fields. Your holiday will be adventurous and fun filled, picking your favourite fruit, feeding the cattle and eating fresh cider donuts. In addition to this, there is a barbeque outdoor kitchen, the hay ride tour, animal exhibits and windmill which are the other attractions at Red Apple Farm.
How to Reach Red Apple Farm
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Red Apple Farm Reviews & Ratings
There’s always something to do at the Red Apple Farm! We’ve been there to pick blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and apples. We’ve hiked the trails, fed the animals, and shopped in their store. They also host many of the local Boy Scout & Girl Scout events. And we’ve never missed their Easter’s Great Gathering.
Beautiful place. The apples are delicious and everyone who works there is friendly. The Sunflower Festival was a really special time for families to spend with each other.
Much more than an orchard. Went to a wedding in the blueberry patch and reception in barn. Not a parking lot but parking in the fields so be prepared for uneven terrain. Skip the high heels. Would be nice to have some signage about parking and directions. The barn was nice, plenty of room for 16 tables and not so much for dancing. Nice patio area on one side for smokers and tent on other side for non-smokers. Staff was good and pleasant. We had fun. There are other events and cookouts going on at other times too. Posted a picture of their advertisement. Family Fridays from 3-8 in the Brew Barn. Cookout, bar, hayrides and fun for the family.
The place looks nice and is in a pretty area of Mass however my family just happened to have a poor experience here. It was a beautiful fall day and I wanted and activity nearby that I could do with my family. It was not too crowded when I arrive but we soon discovered that they did not have to type of apples we wanted to pick, also the cost to go pick a bag of apples was absolutely insane. I don't care how good the experience is apples don't need to be that expensive. So we decided not to go picking apples but wanted to go on a hayride with my daughter just so we could do something fun. The hayride was terrible. They used it as an opportunity to stop every 50 ft to pick up trash around their property. Understanding that they're trying to maintain the facility and grounds but we had paid full price for tickets and we were not getting what we paid for. I remember it being incredibly hot that day and it was uncomfortable every time they stopped. I tried to support local business but my experience with this place was so awful that we will definitely not be returning nor do we recommend it to our friends and family.
Best cidar donuts. Cidar slushies, fresh fruit