Book Your Fall School Field Trip to Parlee Farms!

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Summer is winding down and it’s back to school time here in New England! If you are looking for the perfect fall school field trip for your students, look no further than Parlee Farms. We have our largest apple and pumpkin crops ever as well as so many great activities for your students! All trips to the farm include picking fresh fruit that has been grown in an environmentally safe way, a scenic hayride around our 93 acre farm, feeding young farm animals, use of our Hay Play Area and picnic area, and more! Our school field trips are designed for pre-school through 3rd grade children.

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We offer three packages with an age appropriate explanation of our farming techniques:

Option #1: Apple Picking Trip
This trip is available September 15th-October 16th, Tuesday-Friday from 9AM-1PM. The Apple Picking Trip includes picking apples from our dwarf trees which are easy for young children to reach and takes about one hour to complete.

Option #2: Pumpkin Picking Trip
This trip is available October 14th-October 23rd, Tuesday-Friday from 9AM-1PM. The Pumpkin Picking Trip includes choosing a small sugar pumpkin right from the Pumpkin Patch and takes about one hour to complete.

Option #3: Combination Trip
This trip is available September 15th- October 16th, Tuesday-Friday from 9AM-1PM. The Combination Trip includes picking both apples and pumpkins! This trip takes about one hour and 15 minutes to complete.

Additional school tour options include riding the tractors at Farmer Mark’s Tractor Training Course and purchasing our delicious apple cider donuts. For more information including pricing and additional package information, please view the Parlee Farms Fall School Tour Information Packet.

To reserve your choice of day and time, we recommend booking soon! The best way is to use our Online Reservation Form.

Check out our video to see what a school field trip at Parlee Farms looks like! We look forward to seeing you and your students!

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