Outdoor Concert: 4EverFab, Beatles Tribute Band, Sat., August 8th, 6-8pm.
Pick Your Own Blueberries Wednesday through Sunday 8am-4pm. Last entry for picking is 3:30pm. Minimum picking is one pound per adult. Our No spray blueberries are $5/pound you pick. Also available pre-picked in our Country Store for $6/pint or frozen.
Below are the rules mandated by the state and the Mass Department of Agriculture that we must enforce to ensure safe picking of blueberries during this pandemic of Covid-19. Those who don't abide by these rules may be asked to leave the orchard.
Covid-19 Safety Guidelines While in Orchard
1) Mandatory use of cloth face coverings/masks at all times while in the orchard picking blueberries. That means no eating of blueberries while picking.
2) Social Distance. Groups must maintain a space of at least six (6) feet from one another while in the orchard. Children must stay with family members.
3) Hand sanitize prior to entering the orchard. There will be three stations set up with hand sanitizer and a copy of the rules.
4) Do not bring your own containers. We will supply you with bags & cups for easy picking.
Contact Aaron, Patty or farmer Nick with any concerns or questions while you are visiting or call the farm phone at 508-476-2198.
Farms are considered essential services during this COVID-19 pandemic. We acknowledge the concerns for COVID-19. We are taking precautions. Mask are mandatory when in the store. Social distancing will be practiced in the store. You may be asked to wait outside. No young children will be allowed in the store. Touch surfaces will be frequently disinfected. You can come into the store for your purchases or we can bring your order out to your car. For curbside service call the farm phone at 508-476-2198 when you arrive at the farm, tell us what you want and we will bring it to your car.
The farm grounds are open to walk around, view our chickens and ducks. Breath in deeply and de-stress at the farm.
Apple and blueberry orchard. Growing vegetables, mushrooms and herbs using permaculture practices, natural fertilizers and NO SPRAY. Bee hives supply us with raw honey. Farm raised pork, lamb and chicken. Locally grown and farm fresh is what we offer to the community. Come experience Agri-Tourism in Douglas right here at our farm.
Whether it's live music, a farm related informative talk, weddings, yoga or holiday fun, our farm Pavilion provides the perfect stage with the back drop of the apple orchard.
Come see and learn how Farmer Nick grows his produce and raises the animals. Farm Tours available.
Take a walk around the farm to see the farm animals, play corn hole and picnic. We are here for you!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours. Follow farm logo signs from downtown Douglas. Just two miles
36 Locust Street, Douglas, Massachusetts 01516, United States