Farms in Vermont

Farm - retreat barnFarms are active, educational and fun!  Many activities are seasonal, so before you plan your visit make sure you give the farms a call or visit their websites.

Maple Sugaring

robb farm - websiteRobb Family Farm

Brattleboro
(802) 258-9087
www.RobbFamilyFarm.com

Early each spring, sugaring time starts at the Robb far! Take a tour of the farm year-round and during sugaring season visit the sugarhouse to see how maple sugar is made. And be sure to take some home to enjoy on pancakes, waffles or ice cream!

Pick Your Own Apples

scott farm applesScott Farm

Dummerston, VT
(802) 254-6868
www.ScottFarmVermont.com

The Scott Farm cultivates over 100 apple varieties (alongside sweet pears, aromatic quince, plums, berries, peaches, apricots, medlars, pumpkins and cut flowers). Pick your own apples or visit the Farm Market. Enjoy a picnic on the lawns, picnic tables or by the ponds; you are always welcome!

 Meet the Animals!

Retreat farm web pic Retreat Farm

Brattleboro
(802) 257-2240
www.RetreatFarm.org

Family fun for all ages! Hold a baby chick; pet the rabbits; groom a miniature horse; play with lambs and goats; feed the piglets; visit with Farmer Alan; meet llamas and emus; and drive toy trucks!

Corn Maze and Haunted Hay Ride

gaines farm wagonThe Gaines Farm

Guilford, VT
(802) 257-0409
www.GainesFarm.com

The Gaines Farm corn maze covers 7 acres of cornfield, and the corn has grown to heights of up to 10 feet. The maze is open September – November and while you’re there check out the baby animal barn, pumpkin bowling, and many other activities. Fun for kids of all ages!