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Bolton Orchards, Bolton

4.5
Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The farm began as Davis Farm, a dairy in Sterling Massachusetts in the late 1800's. In 1935, Jonathan Davis became interested in fruit production and bought Bolton Fruit Company, a 200 acre peach orchard in Bolton Massachusetts. Over time, much of the peach orchard was replaced by other fruits and vegetables. In 1945, a farm-stand was built at the intersection of routes 110 and 117. Since that time, both the orchard and the farm-stand have expanded significantly.

Currently, 250 acres are in active production, producing an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables including:

•25 Varieties of Apples

•15 Varieties of Peaches

•5 Varieties of Pears

•5 Varieties of Nectarines

•5 Varieties of Plums

•Sweet Corn

•Tomatoes

•Squash

•Pumpkins
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  • We saw several cars there and decided to grab a pie to bring to family we are visiting. We grabbed donuts for ourselves and oh my gosh! Delish! They are so tender and flavorful. The store is...  more »
  • This place is also a general store/farm stand. They have almost everything you would find in a supermarket but with more local products. Fresh produce, home made bakery (especially their cider...  more »
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  • Cute little place. Stopped here after the Terrain Race at Kalon Farm. Ice cream at Bolton Orchards is delicious. I had mint chocolate chip and my mom had mint moose tracks. Both were amazing. I'm not from the area - I'm from NH - but if I'm ever down that way again, Bolton Farms will be on my list to visit!
  • A store with a country feel that is full of surprises. Lots of healthy fruits and veggies as well as more decadent selections like donuts and chocolate treats. Give it a try in the fall for a true New England autumn experience with tons of apples and pumpkins

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