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Charlton Orchards Farm, Charlton

Founded back in 1733, Charlton Orchards Farm & Winery is a 94 acre farm run by Nathan Benjamin. The farm offers an abundance of fresh fruit options, with strawberries in high demand in June. 

Cordelia’s Farm, Berlin

Formerly Indian Head Farm, Cordelia’s Farm has been renamed in recognition of one of the farm’s ancestors, Cordelia Bigelow Hastings. Cordelia’s Farm has been family-owned for seven generations and has proudly offered pick-your-own fruit for years—the first of the PYO crop season being strawberries. Cordelia’s promises to update their PYO page with more information as the season makes headway. 

Overlook Farm, Brookfield

Overlook Farm in Brookfield has been a family-run “labor of love” for almost 25 years now, with a goal of growing fresh, healthy, tasty and nutritious quality fruits and veggies for visitors. Once the berries are ripened (this year, by Father’s Day weekend) Overlook Farm will offer pick-your-own strawberries, flowers and herbs, as well as horse-drawn wagon rides.

Silvermine Farm, Sutton

Silvermine Farm has been family-run since the early 1700s. All of the produce, turkeys, broilers, and chicken and goose eggs are GMO free for the safety and health of both our family and yours. This year, Silvermine Farm will have a limited offering of on farm PYO strawberries and rhubarb in the spring and pumpkins and squash in the fall. Please call before you visit.

If you can’t make it to the farm… 

If you’re short on time but still want access to fresh fruit, stop by Worcester Public MarketDick Kelly’s Farm Stand in Upton or the Auburn Farmers’ & Cultural Market for grab-and-go strawberries to fulfill your summertime cravings. For even more in local fruit selection, check out our Guide to Farms & Markets in Central Mass.