Saturday, October 9, 2010

Adam's Farm, Cumberland, R.I., Features Fall Hay Rides, Pumpkins, Apples, Cider, Corn Maze

Adam's Farm, Cumberland, R.I. (photo by Eric H.)
Adam's Farm in Cumberland. R.I., remains one of our favorite New England fall destinations with its scenic farmland, weekend hay rides, locally-picked apples, cider, pumpkins, free corn maze, cornstalks, mums, gourds and other seasonal delights.

Unassuming in nature and located in an area not typically thought of as a prime fall foliage destination, Adams Farm's magic resides in the simplicity of an old-time farm with friendly owners and staff and a relaxing feel. Only open during the fall and for the holiday season (beautifully lit and with Christmas trees for sale, hot chocolate, warm cider and a visit from Santa), this large canopy surrounded by rolling farm land, pumpkins in the field, and an old dairy barn provides a nice little escape from the hectic pace of the nearby suburban and urban ways of life. Additionally, Adams's Farm features a farm animals --primarily, friendly goats -- which kids from all over the region seem to gravitate towards.

Located in northern Rhode Island near the Wrentham, Mass., line, we highly recommend this roadside gem for Bostonians, Providence residents or anyone else in the area!

Adam's Farm, 
495 Sumner Brown Rd., 
Cumberland RI 02864. 
Tel. 401-333-1727, 401-333-1845

Editor's note: we recommend calling Adam's Farm first before setting out on the planned itinerary as operating hours and merchandise for sale can potentially change!

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1 comment:

Gayle D said...

Wonderful place to spend time with the family!!!



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