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Easton, CT Farms: A complete guide

Apple picking at Silverman’s Farm in Easton, CT

If you’re looking for a delicious way to support the local economy, Easton, CT farms are worthy of the investment. The town may not have all of the restaurants that Fairfield has, but there are plenty of places to find top-notch food, at Easton’s various farm stands and 20+ farms.

Whether you’re looking for local produce, meat, and milk; a fresh-cut Christmas tree; or a place to spend the afternoon with farm animals or pick-your-own anything, Easton has a farm for that.

Below is our exhaustive list of the farms in Easton, and what you’ll find at each. We’ve created a seperate section for Chrismtas tree farms, as the town is the official Christmas Tree Capital of Connecticut, and has quite a few to choose from.

Easton, CT Farms

Silverman’s Farm

Perhaps the most famous of the Easton farms is Silverman’s Farm, a fruit farm that offers pick-your-own apples, peaches, blueberries and raspberries, as well as a farm stand that sells pies, baked goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, honey and jam, and crafts. The farm also has a large petting zoo with a play area for kids.

In the fall, the pumpkin patch and apple orchard turn the farm into a destination, which you’ll know if you ever ventured up Sport Hill Road on a Fall weekend and found the traffic backed up a mile down the street. Thousands of people descend on Silvermans on any given between mid-September and the end of October.

451 Sport Hill Rd., Easton

Shaggy Coos

Shaggy Coos farm has a farm stand that’s stocked with fresh milk and homemade ice cream, along with deep freezers stocked with the farm’s beef and pork.

53 Center Rd., Easton

Sport Hill Farm

Sport Hill farm is sort of like a farm stand-meets-gourmet market. In addition to the farm’s harvest, the shop sells locally made pastas, .

In the fall, the plot of land out front turns into a pumpkin patch, and is a nice alternative to Silverman’s if you want to beat the crowds.

If you bring the kids, ask the owner for bread to feed the chickens out front.

596 Sport Hill Rd, Easton

Sherwood Farm

Sherwood Farm is the first farm you’ll pass heading up Sport Hill Rd. The farm grows more than 90 fruits and vegetables, and sells many of them in it’s farm store, along with local milk, yogurt, ice cream, bacon, sausage and bread.

In the fall, Sherwood also has a popular corn maze and hay ride, and a pumpkin patch.

355 Sport Hill Rd, Easton

Gilberties Organics

Gilberties hydroponically grows a range of micro greens and herbs. While the farm has a large retail store in Westport, it also operates a small farmstand in front it its Easton farm.

65 Adams Road, Easton

Candee Farm

Candee Farm is across from Easton’s Samuel Staples Elementary School. This smaller farm grows fruits and vegetables and offers a handful of U-pick varieties (Raspberries are usually on the list) in the summer months.

456 Morehouse Road, Easton

J&L Orchids

Yes, Easton even has an orchid farm, that grows and sells dozens of orchid varieties. During orchid season, the greenhouse is open to the public Fridays to Mondays from 10-5.

20 Sherwood Rd. Easton

Snow’s Farm

Snow’s Farm doesn’t sell or grow produce, but instead specializes in soil, mulch, hay, fill, and manure for its fellow farms, as well as for landscaping purposes. It’s a great spot to get mulch by the truckload during the spring.

550 Sport Hill Rd.. Easton

Blue Button Farm

Blue Button farm raises goats, chickens, sheep and bees. The farm sells honey, as well as goat and sheep fiber, but it also offers a range of education programs and classes for kids and teens, and creates specialty programs for Easton schools.

177 Everett Rd. Easton

Aspetuck Apple Barn

The Aspetuck Apple Barn is technically not a farm, but it’s a farm stand that’s too cute to miss. The store sells seasonal flowers and outdoor decor, along with fresh and frozen pies, local produce, jams, honey, breads and baked goods.

714 Black Rock Turnpike, Easton

Easton Christmas Tree Farms

Maple Row Tree Farm

Maple Row Tree Farm is the largest tree farm in Easton, and regularly draws crowds of thousands on the weekends leading up to Christmas. The large farm offers varieties like Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir and more, along with a snack stand, wreaths and crafts, animals, and fire pits.

The farm is known just as much for its trees as for the tailgating tradition that goes on in the parking lots before the tree-cutting.

In the off season, Maple Row also sells mulch and firewood.

555 North Park Ave, Easton

Sabia Tree Farm

Sabia Tree Farm is a family owned-farm started by a man who grew up in town. During the holidays, the farm sells handmade wreaths and gifts from local vendors along with it’s cut-your-own and pre-cut trees.

During the off season, the farm has a farm stand that sells eggs.

772 Morehouse Rd, Easton

Everett’s Corner Tree Farm

Another local family farm, Everett’s Corner has been growing Christmas trees since the 1950s.

128 Sherwood Road, Easton

Ganim Tree Farm

Ganim Tree farm offers white spruce trees and Frasier firs in a range of sizes, and as pre-cut or cut-your-own options.

128 Center Road, Easton

Slady’s Tree Farm

65 Orchard Lane, Easton

Keneally Christmas Tree Farm

This small family tree farm offers cut your own Christmas trees during the first few weeks in December. In addition to trees, the farm sells wreaths, sprays, and planters, and typically offers hot cider to customers. The farm usually closes by mid-December, when inventory gets low, so go early!

290 Silver Hill Road, Easton

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