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Moulton Farm, Meredith

(4.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is one of my favorite go-to places to get fresh grown produce. I have always found their products to be fresh and there's a good variety to choose from. I can always find some wonderful fresh pas...  more »
  • Farm fresh veggies, fresh seafood, a wonderful bakery and tons & tons of garden plants of all kinds from seedlings to landscaping trees....and supplies. I love this place  more »
  • Always a great place to get fresh produce and veggies. Always look forward for when the first crop of corn is ready in the summer. Personable and friendly...  more »
Google
  • I discovered Moulton Farm in the course of planning my wedding. What a great place, full of great people! Mr. John Moulton rented his straw to me for seating for my guests. Sue helped me with all my flowers - we planted mums in pumpkins together, and she made the most beautiful bouquets for my matron of honor and me. She also decorated an arbor for me! And Tricia baked my cake - what a pleasure to work with her! All three of them made the effort to really understand my vision for the day, and make it a reality with me. And now that the wedding is over, we have a place to buy excellent produce, flowers, and baked goods! They also have a FABULOUS Sunday morning brunch, and they are just now ramping up their family fall activities!
  • Had Sunday brunch with the family here. All you can eat buffet style brunch. Everything was wonderful. The peach cobbler especially. The menu is pretty standard with eggs, bacon, sausage and Belgian waffles. There are also different breads as well. I tried a chocolate strawberry bread that was very tasty. There is also an amazing farm stand that has all types of good stuff. Worth a stop to take a look.
  • A wide assortment of fresh grown produce. An on site bakery where you can watch them make fresh baked items. A great veriety of flowers both annual and perennial. Locally made jams, jellies, sauces and marinades. What more can you ask for! In the fall they offer a corn maze with an find the answer quiz. Friendly staff.
  • There is a nice little brunch that they put on here, Sundays in the summer. Fresh made breakfast foods (eggs, sausage, beet hash, waffles, more) served buffet style under a tent. Worth coming to if you are in the area. It can get busy first thing in the morning, so be prepared to wait a few minutes for a seat, or come after the breakfast rush, which seems to lessen around 10am. Nice farm stand also, as others have mentioned. I like that they have products from several other local farms, especially meats (from chicken to elk) and lots of fresh made pastry and bread options. While you are here, get a fresh cider donut from the donut guy, $1.
  • Great place for an afternoon with the family. Corn maze is a real challenge, the kids loved it. The store is full of organic food and really unique local produce.