This farm is very unassuming from the street. A wooden sign with the handwritten names for multiple items grown hangs on the main road with field after field in sight. After driving down the narrow road, you come to a tiny log cabin farm stand filled with fresh organic fruit, vegetables, flowers and herbs.
We went on the weekend and waited for the free hayride to take us out to the Pumpkin Patch. We sat on bails of hay, covered by potato sacks and were pulled by a tractor all throughout the farm. The pumpkin patch was quite deep into the farm, taking us on a beautiful ride through woods, fields, stone walls, and even past a beautiful pond. We finally made it to the pumpkin patch and our driver waited as we all surveyed the land and picked out the perfect pumpkin. There was also a corn maze next to the pumpkin patch that you could go through if you wanted.
After picking out our perfect pumpkins, we headed back onto our ride and back to the small farm store. My husband and daughter waited in line to pay for the pumpkins, while my son and I went to check out the excavator clearing the land on the other side of the parking lot. We met the nicest man who offered my son a go on the excavator, thus making it the best. day. ever. *Note – this is not a standard practice – we just so happened to meet a really nice guy that day.
Regardless, we loved the Fall experience and had a great time at Langwater Farm.
- Hayride is only on Saturday and Sundays in October
- There is not much else there like other farms, but that’s OK – still worth visiting!
- Great place for CSA or to buy organic vegetables, fruit, etc
How to get there:
209 Washington St, North Easton, MA 02356