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Pick your own produce from this orchard that has been growing everything under the sun with over 30 years of experience. Open everyday from mid-... More
A great destination for family fun with pick-your-own fruits, locally sourced food, handmade pies, 3 award-winning golf courses and annual special... More
Come enjoy our five-acre Animal Farm, visit our Country Market and pick your own fruit and berries.
A favorite with gardeners nationwide, Litchfield’s White Flower Farm invites you to experience ten acres of extraordinary display gardens.
Established in 1848, this 400-acre farm offers pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries and pumpkins with hay ride, as well as Christmas trees and... More
Pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pumpkins, apples and Christmas trees; country store, home made pies and jams, hay rides,... More
Cut your Christmas tree farm. Feel free to bring your dog if he/she is a sociable dog with people and other dogs. Also, bring a picnic lunch and... More
Our site operates an organic vegetable farm and holds events and workshops spring through fall, inviting the public to enjoy the outdoors and... More
Cut your own Christmas tree farm.
Bring the whole family to cut down the perfect Christmas tree, and pick up greens and wreaths too, at this cut-your-own farm in Plymouth.
Who doesn’t love a long weekend? It gives us an extra day to rest, play or get away – and in 2020, it seems we have Leap
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More than 70,000 acres of shellfish farms are cultivated in Connecticut’s coastal waters, harvesting over 200,000
The CT Ambassadors are on the hunt for the best apple picking spots in the state. Here's a list from the fanatic foodies
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Did you know the very first ever apple pie recipes came from Connecticut? They can be found in the country’s first
Half the size of Grand Canyon National Park, the Last Green Valley is home to undeveloped forests, rolling
Sure, you can take a scenic drive and see great fall foliage in Connecticut. But why not try a new way to experience
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