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.Put Bolton Orchards into our Bolton trip maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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
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Bolton Orchards Reviews
I run over to Bolton Orchards fairly often. The prices are a bit higher than grocery stores, but the quality of anything they ell (not prepackaged) is far superior. My kids will often ask me to pick u... more »
When do you get to the cash register and the person asks you if you found everything then asks if you had a nice visit and you look up surprised that they really want to know. So amazing. It’s the rea... more »
We where in Bolton to visit Animal Adventures and hit this cool farm stand Picked up ice Cream Apples and Pumpkins They have a cool machine Making Donuts pretty neat more »
Deli sandwiches excellent, fresh cider donuts, kettle corn. Produce selection very good. And it's a mile or less away from the Kalons Farm meat store too. Cant justify driving by either of them
We stop here every chance we get. We even go out of out way to come here. Stopped by in early June to find even last years' apples were terrific.
The apple cider donuts are completely out of this world. We used to live right down the street and moved recently and drive almost an hour JUST to pick up some donuts on the weekend. Great company!
Yummy sandwiches and cider donuts! Love the little country store feel.
Quaint country store. The cider donuts and coffee are my go to...phenomenal! The staff is friendly too.
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