Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins Still Available!

Visit our New Cidery Tap Room

Now serving our own semisweet, dry, and seasonal ciders!

The new Grotto seating area!

Our brand new Cidery has several types of our own Hard Cider made right here on the farm, our full BBQ menu, and non-alcoholic drink options.  We have new deck seating and have also created a Grotto area below, away from the main crowds! Both are assigned seating only so make sure to see the hosts in the red tent when you arrive. 


Moon Hill Brewing Company beer is served at the Brew Barn only, so make sure to request Brew Barn seating if anyone in your party intends to order beer!

Enjoy a true New England tradition we are proud to finally offer.

Farm Updates

In the City

After five months, we’re OPEN again at the Boston Public Market, Wednesdays through Saturdays, 8am-6pm. We can’t wait to feed you mini cider donuts again!

Also find us at the SOWA Open Market Sundays from 11am-3pm through October.

Pick-Your-Own

Socially distant open air picking! Now picking apples, pumpkins, and potatoes. Check out our online store to find out what package deals we’re currently offering!

Shop Safely

Our little Country Store only accommodates 12 customers safely, so we’ve set up an Open Air Market for your shopping convenience, open every weekend weather permitting.

Corporate Gifts

We make and ship Corporate Gifts and other wonderful gift box options for your friends and family. Email emily@redapplefarm.com for more information!


Red Apple Farm is a fourth generation family farm located in Phillipston, MA.

Situated right off scenic Route 2 in the heart of North Central Massachusetts, the orchard boasts views of Wachusett Mountain and sprawling fields outlined by untouched forests. Every year our fruit is grown using Integrated Pest Management with conscious thought to people and the environment. Visit the farm, pick your own fruit, stop in to the Country Store for locally produced specialty foods, and don’t leave without trying our famous cider donuts and homemade fudge.

Red Apple Farm is truly a place to connect the past and today!  Our farmhouse and barn were built in the mid-1700’s. The encompassing stonewalls and stately maple trees represent the icons of days gone by and a labor of love that is still found today in the farm’s breath-taking atmosphere and true sense-of-place.  

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There’s plenty to see, taste and do at Red Apple Farm.

We grow over 50 varieties of apples in addition to peaches, pears, blueberries, raspberries, pumpkins, gourds, squash, corn, and potatoes. Our 1,250 foot elevation helps us grow extra colorful, crisp, tangy apples!

A day spent at the farm guarantees good old fashioned family fun – a well deserved break from the stresses and demands of fast-paced life.

Seasonally, we offer pick-your-own fruit, educational wagon rides, lovable farm animals to feed, weekend barbecue, and classic farm fare like roasted nuts, hot cider donuts, fruit-topped ice cream, and caramel apples.

Our farm store is open year-round!

It’s chock full of country goodness and step-back-in-time charm. Our shelves are stocked with Red Apple Farm staples, locally-made gifts, Massachusetts maple syrup and honey, and an endless assortment of jarred goods. You’re sure to discover something new every time you visit.

Our latest addition is the Brew Barn: our post and beam rustic barn, transformed into a family-friendly weekend getaway.

Moon Hill Brewing Company beer, our own hard cider made on site, barbecue and more, all of which you can enjoy in the barn or on the deck overlooking the orchard.

Don’t miss our annual fairs and festivals at the farm. Fun for the whole family!

We also host group farm outings and private events in our Country Barn.

The Farm . . . in the City and on the Mountain.

Experience our authentic New England family farm, whether you’re in the country or in the city!  We’re proud to sell our farm’s products in two satellite locations in Massachusetts, each unique yet focused on our mission.

In the City

Come find us year-round in Boston! 

Since 2015, we’ve operated a stand inside the Boston Public Market, bringing the farm to the city.  We also participate in several seasonal outdoor markets in the Boston area. 

100 Hanover Street, Boston, MA

On the Mountain

During ski season, you can find Red Apple Farm on Wachusett Mountain!

Stop into The Core at the base, or Bullock Lodge Cider House on the slope, to warm up with a cup of hot cider and an apple cider donut.

499 Mountain Road, Princeton, MA

An Authentic, New England, Family Farm Experience.

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