Apple Picking In Wrentham, MA


I love the Big Apple.  I’ll be bringing my family there very soon for apple picking.  The have great preserves also and baked goods.  We all love it there.

Via Kathy Stankard (RE/MAX Executive Realty of Franklin, MA/508-369-5131):

Apple picking season is here again and there is no need to travel miles away for great apple picking, hayrides, an ice cream shoppe and much more!  The Big Apple Farm is located at the south side of the Franklin, MA town line in Wrentham, Massachusetts.

Apple picking is offered over the course of 4 weekends in September and early October and is a wonderful family activity.  There are over 20 varieties of apples available but each is in season at different times of the fall.  McIntosh, Gala, Cortland and Empire are the current types in season this month.  Picking can be done with as few as 20 apples or as many as 50 depending on which size bag you select. The farm offers raspberry and blueberry picking during the summer months as well.

The Big Apple Farm can be found at 207 Arnold Street, Wrentham or by calling 508-384-3055.


Kathy Stankard  of The Kelly & Colombo Group at RE/MAX Executive Realty can be reached by cell at 508-369-5131 or via RE/MAX balloonemail

Kathy has been a top producing REALTOR for the past 15 years helping buyers and sellers in the Franklin, MA and metrowest of Boston area.  Feel free to check out her website for more resources and information.


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