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Connors Farm, Danvers

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
Connors farm was established in 1904. The Connors family followed generations of farmers who had been farming the land for over 300 years. Connors Farm began as a "truck farm" meaning that all of the crops grown at the time were trucked into Boston to be sold wholesale. During this time the main crops grown were root crops such as, parsnips and carrots. In the mid 1950's sweet corn became the major wholesale crop. Unfortunately, wholesale prices for corn began to fall and the farm was unable to make a profit selling corn this way.
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  • We never even got into the Haunted Walk area because the line was rediculous! We waited for well over an hour and the line only moved about 30 feet. After two phone calls to the farm office and the gu...  read more »
  • In early October we visited Connors Farm. We enjoyed all they had to offer; hayrides, little kid rides, pumpkin patch and more. The apple cider donuts were delicious. The only negative was that the li...  read more »
  • They offer a ton of stuff to do and geared for all ages. Food was great but be prepared to WAIT. Seems like no matter what we were ordering it took a long time. Also they need to rethink their staffin...  read more »
  • Great place for kids and adults! Good to visit on summer and fall. The the strawberry festival is a must. There are an abundance of activities for young children face painting, like go karts, tractor rides, swings and a pillow jump. The haunted Corn Maze is always a lot of fun. They have tons of pumpkins and apples to pick from. The price is reasonable. The food is ok. Their parking lot is always full but there are plenty of it. Good place for family with kids!
  • I love this place in the summer and the fall. I enjoy taking my nieces to all of their festivals. Such as their strawberry, blueberry and peach festival. There is so much for the kids to do. You can spend all day there is you want or just a few hours and have such a great time. Apple picking is also a great time. They have great pickings. In October is adult time. There haunted corn maze is the best haunted attraction around in my opinion. You will jump and scream multiple times. Well worth making the trip many times.
  • We went here to pick blueberries and were sorely disappointed. I'm not sure if they just got over picked on the weekend but there were so few ripe berries that it took almost an hour to hunt down even a pint. The bushes didn't look very healthy and the patch was very small. We headed over to the raspberries and they weren't much better- overgrown with weeds and a very small patch. I wouldn't have minded the poor conditions so much but when I called the evening before to ask about the status of the fields I was told there was great picking. You also have to pay for your containers ($6/pint!!) before seeing the fields, it seemed a little deceptive to me. There were a lot of other fun activities for kids but nothing you just have to go out of your way to see. I'd give this place a solid "meh".
  • Had a Great experience my wife and I bringing our 3 kids! Lots to do and not enough time to do it ! Amazing selection of stuff in the Farm stand! Bring my kids here in the summer and especially in October our favorite time of the year! Huge selection of pumpkins to choose from and my kids love Halloween ! Without a doubt I know everyone would have a blast here with the staff being so generous and helpful if you need it ..... Just can't beat this place!
  • Connors Farm is amazing !! There's apple picking. Great for kids or adults .. I love the cider and donuts.. I took my nieces, and they loved the corn maze , pumpkin picking, and the slingshots.. I can't forget the donkeys and the chickens.. You can easily enjoy a whole day here.
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