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Maple Corner Farm

794 Beech Hill Road
Granville, MA 01034
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794 Beech Hill Road Granville MA 01034
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Restaurants
Contact: Leon or Joyce Ripley
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About

Maple sugarhouse, pancake restaurant, and museum of old sugaring items open from mid-February to mid-April. Maple syrup, maple products, jams, jellies, fruit butters, specialty foods, and grass fed beef are available year-round at the farm. Round and square bales of hay available and PYO high bush cultivated blueberries from July to September (see details at West Granville Blueberries). Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during winter months. And we are set-up at a few different farmers’ markets during spring, summer and fall. See our website at http://www.maplecornerfarm.com

What We Grow

Baked Goods

Granola

Breeding Stock

Cows (beef)

Grains + Feeds

Hay

Fruit

Blueberries

Honey + Maple

Maple Syrup

Meat

Beef

Specialty

Apple Butter, Apple Sauce, Maple Products, Pickles, Relish, Syrup

Spreads

Jam + Jelly, Pesto, Salsa, Sauces

Farm Stand

Maple Corner Farm
794 Beech Hill Road
Granville, MA (map)
(413) 357-8829

Family Fun

  • Maple Sugaring
    Sugar house tours with pancake restaurant open  8-2 Saturdays and Sundays from mid-February to mid-April            Maple syrup and maple products available year round by appointment. Call 413-357-8829
  • Cross-country skiing
    Winter season
    Cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Ski and snowshoe rentals available for children and adults.  20 km groomed trails thru fields and forests.  Snack Bar. New and used ski equipment available for purchase.  9-5 weekends, 10-4 weekdays

Our Customers

Pick Your Own

PYO High Bush Cultivated Blueberries (as West Granville Blueberries) from mid July to mid September, 10-5 daily.   Call for details. 413-357-6697

Activities

Cross-Country Skiing, Maple Sugar Shack

Crop

Blueberries

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