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Tougas Family Farm, Northborough
(3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This farm is about an hour drive from Brighton, MA. My wife and I went there this weekend and the place was crowded. We got some hit cider, apple donuts and hot dogs (some of their items like Mac and ...  more »
  • My children and I got to the farm about 30 minutes before it opened and waited in line to pay for apple picking. The place started to crowd up very quickly and when it came time for apple picking to o...  more »
  • I have written many reviews, but none as heartfelt as this one. I have been visiting Tougas Family Farm for over 30 years. It was my favorite fall activity as a little girl - and is the primary reason...  more »
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  • Went here for blackberry picking and it was pretty fun. It is a small window to do it and there was only one long vine on both sides. I guess I was expecting it to be bigger. Apple picking is definitely a lot bigger with plenty of selections. You have to take a tractor shuttle from one location to another so it's interesting. There's a small farm here with goats and one alpaca. Food is available in the store to feed them but they should have sold them outside.
  • Great place for families. Seems a reasonable deal for $26 a family of four gets to pick 10 lbs. of apples, enjoy a tractor ride through the orchard, burn off energy at their amazing playground, and learn about farm animals in the petting zoo. Shop selling gifts, fruits, and baked goods (apple cider donuts!). A great, inexpensive way to spend a full day with the kids!
  • Great family farm. Pick your own apples, blueberries, strawberries peaches, etc. Biggest variety of apples. Open early to late season. Petting farm, and very cool farm playground. Store and ice cream stand. A little on the pricey side. Very knowledgeable staff and excellent preschool field trips.
  • Two stars because they lied about having lunch foods in their kitchen/store. Their lunch items included a sad, plastic-wrapped turkey sandwich, like you might find in an airport store. That's it. That was their "lunch items" in total. It would have been a nice place to visit otherwise had i not been going there at lunch time, excited about their advertised "lunch items".
  • I cannot say enough good things about this place. I went with my son and paid a total of $10 and we got two (included) containers of strawberries. My son loved petting and feeding the animals and playing on their huge outdoor park. The staff was amazing, very friendly and helpful--and they went out of their way to make every part of the trip great. Would recommend to anyone (with or without kids)!