Open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. See syrup being made in mid-February to the end of March. Phone ahead. Maple syrup sold year round.
69 Goose Green Road
March Farm is a third generation family farm. Enjoy their Farm Store, Hayloft Playscape, Pond Side Animal Yard, Farm Hiking Trails, seasonal Hayrides, Corn Mazes & Harvest Festivals. Pick your own apples, blueberries, cherries, peaches, pumpkins, and strawberries.
160 Munger Lane
They produce and sell maple syrup. Open all year. Call ahead.
390 Norfolk Road
(at Route 44)
This 50-acre farm in Kent offers pastured chicken and pork from their farm store but their main gig is making beer through Kent Falls Brewing. They offer farm tours during the summer though October on Saturdays at 2pm.
Every Saturday from 9 am -1 pm
Open for visits mid-February through March. Maple syrup sold year round. Call ahead.
79 East Chestnut Hill Road
A family-run farm that is dedicated to providing the community with local, fresh foods farmed through sustainable, ethical agriculture practices. A unique farmers’ market, the Morris Marketplace takes place every Sunday from 11am to 2pm on the grounds of the registered historic “Sam Paletsky Cattle Dealer Barn.” The marketplace hosts an exciting mix of local farms and area artisans. Its intimacy and location allows market guests to interact with the vendors and enjoy a market located on one of the areas most iconic working farms. The market overlooks grazing Belted Galloways, corn, pumpkin, and hay fields. This market creates a channel for farmers to connect with customers, and immerses its guests in pristine Connecticut farmland. Guests are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the field. Farm vendors offer plenty of ready-to-eat farm fresh treats. Every week be sure to check The Morris Marketplace’s website and Facebook page for updates on guest vendors, musicians, and special kid’s activities.
Tom Truelove and Lindsay Rush run a pasture-based farm raising heritage breed pork, grass-fed beef, heritage turkeys, and roasting chickens. Their free-range eggs are out of this world. Pork is the farm’s main product, but they also have about 1,000 laying hens, 60 cows, and turkeys. With no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers on the pastures, all of the animals are completely hormone and antibiotic free. Truelove Farms products can be found at these Farmer’s Markets in the summer: Stratford Farmer’s Market, Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market, Branford Alps Farmers Market, Monroe Farmers’ Market, Wooster Square, Coventry Farmers’ Market. In winter they will be at City Seed Indoor Market in New Haven. There is a small convenience store at the farm, open weekday afternoons and weekends from 10am-6pm (or later, if you see the open-flag out). You can stop by and pick up anything from a dozen eggs to a top round roast.
122 Thomaston Rd
Morris, CT 06763
In February and March, the staff and students tap over 1600 trees, producing some of Connecticut’s finest maple syrup. They offer blacksmithing courses, trail making jobs for teens, and sugarhouse tours.
140 Park Lane, New Milford
Pick your own apples, blueberries, cherries,
peaches, pears, plums, pumpkins,
raspberries, and strawberries.
461 Cornwall Bridge Road
Pick your own fall produce and pumpkins. They also sell Christmas trees and have sell fall and holiday items during the seasons.
40 Angevine Road, Warren
Overlooking beautiful Lake Waramaug, this 1870 farmhouse offers an ideal location for a relaxing getaway. Four guest rooms are elegantly decorated with fine antiques, comfortable reading chairs, and luxurious beds. In addition to the B&B, it is a working sheep farm where guests can learn about how fine single flock wool yarn is made.
15 Hopkins Road, Warren
You can pick your own apples, apricots, blueberries, cherries, nectarines, peaches, pears, and plums at this lovely farm. They have 34 varieties of yellow and white peaches.
81 Kielwasser Road