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Parlee Farms, Tyngsboro

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • My daughter wanted to do apple picking for my Grandson's 1st Birthday. I being the Grandmother was very Happy to spend a beautiful fall day at the farm, has been along time since I have done this. Yes...  read more »
  • We have been visiting Parlee Farm for 11 years now we love coming here! They have different PYO we have than all the fruits are delicious . We specially love their apple cider donuts we cant get enoug...  read more »
  • After many many years this is probably our last. $35 for a bag of apples and dealing with at least a thousand people is not my idea of a good time. Not to mention that they've (probably been forced) t...  read more »
  • Always busy, but they have a seemingly unlimited supply of blueberries. Get there early in the day though as they close the field. Great animals for the kids. Great flower fields for cutting your own or just for pictures. Strawberries in season are also a great time. Some of their policies about apple picking are annoying when it comes to how many people in your party have to pay. Overall a great place and fresh seasonal donuts.
  • Great blueberry picking, farmstand, and pick your own flowers. Kids can feed animals and do a fun tractor ride ($2). Delicious blueberry doughnuts!
  • My family of 5 really enjoyed the easy picking of the highbush blueberries but were sad to arrive literally 15 minutes too late for the advertised "midmorning" cutoff of the cherry picking that ended up stopping right at 10am. It's good farming not to over-pick but having variable end times each day make it hard to plan for visiting if you're going for something specific. That being said the berries have been amazing! They are so reasonably priced too. The strawberry donuts were made fresh right in front of us (fun for the kids to watch) and were safe for my tree nut allergic child to eat which isn't usually the case at family farms. The goats, bunnies and sheep were fun to feed- 25 cents for a small handful of animal food and superb handwashing station right next to the animals. We'll eagerly go back and see if we can't raise their review to 5 stars next time!
  • Visited this farm for cherry picking and I must say it was very pleasing for me and my family. Although the price they charge for a bag of cherry was little high but it is compensated by the fact that you can pick your cherries on your own and it is an experience on its own. They also do have a shop where they sell farm fresh veggies and other confectionaries. They do have a barn in case of kids who can spend some time with the sheeps, bunnies and hens. Recommend this place.
  • Great place to bring the kids, animals to feed, a nice little country store and seasonal fruit picking.
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