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Bolton Orchards, Bolton

#167 of 324 in Outdoors in Massachusetts
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



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  • I first started going to Bolton Orchards soon after I was born. My parents were Early Mac fanatics & Bolton Orchards always had the earliest & the best. Moved away & recently had the chance to visit t...  more »
  • 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 »
  • A little pricey, not the most veggies I've seen for sale, but they have the staples and it's very high quality. Their own apples are very good. Awesome Italian bakery in the back, good deli selection, and a host of stuff you can't find anywhere else including all grades of pure maple syrup. Highly recommended.
  • I had the special of the day sandwich and it was awesome! And the fries were out of this world! I assume they are handcut, thick and crunchy outside, and soft like mash potatoes inside. The staff in the deli all seemed happy and worked well together. Actually all the employees seemed happy. That always makes the customer's experience better.
  • If you haven't been, you're doing yourself a disservice. There's such a great selection of stuff to choose from. Priced pretty reasonably as well. The bakery inside also does some pretty damn good canolis.
  • BEST apple cider donuts around! They make them fresh every morning on the weekend. Grab a couple 6 packs and bring them to your friends. :) The veggies are also pretty good here, as well as the selection & price of groceries just in case you forgot something and don't want to drive all all the way to the store. The local apples & peaches are great! There is a deli & lunch counter, with a good selection if you are a meat eater. (Not much for vegetarians, sadly. I wish they had veggie burgers & dogs.)
  • Really good apple cider! Has fresh donuts, a bakery, fresh fruits and vegetables. Multiple gluten free items, homemade salsas, maple syrup. The bathrooms are outside, there is a sign if you're having trouble finding it.

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