Red Apple Farm has been owned and tended by the Rose family for 4 generations. Located in scenic Phillipston, Massachusetts, we are just over an hour drive from Boston. Our location is unique at a high 1,250 feet above sea level. This means our orchards offer you some of the best naturally-colorful, extra-crisp apples in all of New England. We welcome individuals, families, school tours, social functions, and corporate gatherings to experience an old, scenic New England farmstead with plenty of things to see, taste, and experience! Click here to learn more.
The farm stand is currently closed. We will open back up in mid-July for blueberry season! Hope to see you soon!
What do the Girl Scouts, Fenway Park, L.L. Bean, Oreos and Red Apple Farm all have in common? They all turn 100 in 2012! Thanks for all the support through the years! Here's to the next 100!
10 Fun Things To Do at Red Apple Farm in Massachusetts
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Where are the 1,000 Great Places in Massachusetts?
Red Apple Farm is proud to be selected, in 2010, as one of the 1,000 Great Places in Massachusetts. The Great Places initiative celebrates what is unique about the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, its communities, and its people. According to the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism:
"The 1,000 Great Places Commission was created by the Legislature and signed into
law by Governor Deval Patrick in 2009. Its mission is to identify and recognize the 1000
most truly special places in the Commonwealth, in order to celebrate pride in our history
and culture, increase knowledge of our natural surroundings, and encourage regional
and international tourism."
Red Apple Farm is proud to be recognized as the 2010 Small Family Business by the Family Business Association for Massachusetts!
The Family Business Association recognizes family owned business based in Massachusetts whose business practices have had a positive impact on business and the community. Judging for the award is conducted by an independent panel of academic, business and management professionals.
Red Apple Farm is proud to be 100% powered by sun and wind! Click here to see pictures of our 15kw wind turbine and our 9.8kw solar panels! Green is the new red!
After the Fall, be sure to visit us this winter in the Bullock Lodge Cider House at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area!
If you are hankering for some hot cider donuts after the farm is all buttoned up for the winter, grab your skis (or snowboard!) and head to Wachusett Mountain! Opened January 2010, Red Apple Farm is excited to offer fresh farm fare, slope-side, at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area. We serve up our hot cider donuts and fresh apple dumplings right on the Mountain! We offer hot and cold cider, home-made fudge, apple soda, and more... The Bullock Lodge Cider House provides a memorable and unique ski-and-go attraction during the ski season! Hope to see you on the slopes!