Ahh, it’s that time of year once again. The leaves are falling, the air is crisp, and the fresh aroma of pumpkin spice seems to drift straight up from the American bedrock. Fall is here, and there’s a ton of fun to be had.
Get in the spirit this season with a visit to these three East Bridgewater, MA area farms. Whether you’re picking produce or sipping on cider, you’re bound to make some great memories.
C.N. Smith Farm | Connect on Facebook
Apple picking: For many, it’s just about the most autumnal thing you could possibly do. And with a basket full of juicy fruits as the payoff? It’s also one of the most rewarding.
From Labor Day through Columbus Day, C.N. Smith Farm is known for their excellent U-Pick apples. Pay by the basket and pick at your will. Afterwards, stop by their garden center or the bakery for some fresh cider donuts.
Out Post Farm | Connect on Facebook
At Out Post Farm, you’ll find so much more than just fresh, home-grown produce. You’re going to find some of the area’s freshest turkeys, too. Truly, they are the Thanksgiving experts.
Need to pick up some fresh fruits? Maybe even some canned jams and Jellies? Head over to Out Post. What about a juicy, organic turkey? Out Post has you covered. You might even need some baked goods for afterwards, in which case…
Well, you know the drill by now. Out Post Farm is your one-stop Thanksgiving shop.
Sauchuk Farm | Connect on Facebook
While the gift-giving holidays are some of the most well-loved, few can deny the allure of Halloween. Costumes, candy, spooks—it’s a frightfully good time.
When it comes to Halloween prep, Sauchuk Farm has exactly what you need. This time of year, their 100+ acres of vegetables are transformed to make way for the areas first large-scale corn maze.
Bring the kids to Sauchuk to navigate this challenging maze or to pick pumpkins. There’s even a hayride and games. Truly, the whole family will love it.
It’s Not Hard to Fall in Love with These Local Farms
Agriculture is embedded in East Bridgewater, MA. Without it, where would this town be today? Visit any three of these area farms this fall to celebrate the keystone of East Bridgewater culture and history.