Apple-picking at its best! The Averills have been operating this family farm, Averill Farm, continuously since it was purchased in 1746 from the holdings of Chief Waramaug. The farm is a 260-acre property that is primarily a fruit orchard, but also produces hay and Christmas trees. Numerous varieties of apples and pears are grown in their 27-acre fruit orchard and are sold both as picked fruit and pick-your-own. Their farm stand sells homemade cider, apple cider doughnuts (legendary for their delicate, sweet, natural flavor), jams, jellies as well as locally sourced pies, pumpkins, maple syrup, honey, cheddar cheese, potatoes, garlic and sundry items.
250 Calhoun St., Washington