Farm School Field Trips at Parlee Farms
When planning activities for groups of children, we hope that you will consider Parlee Farms, located in Tyngsboro, MA north of Boston, MA. We offer the best that Boston area farms have to offer – fresh fruit for the children to pick which have been grown in an environmentally safe way, young farm animals to feed, large indoor restroom facility, fresh air, fun and more!
Fall School Field Trips at Parlee Farms
We offer exciting Fall School Field Trips at our farm in Tyngsboro, MA (outside of Boston) which are designed for pre-school through 3rd grade children.
Our FALL SCHOOL TOURS are a great way for school children to enjoy a beautiful fall day in a country setting. Our tours include a hayride through the apple orchard, apple picking from dwarf trees (the children can pick the apples themselves!), pumpkin picking in the pumpkin patch, food for the children to feed our animals at Annie’s Animal Barns, use of our Hay Play Area and picnic area, an optional tractor ride on Farmer Mark’s Tractor Training Course , large indoor restroom facility and more! Fall School Tours are offered on Tuesdays – Fridays from September 13, 2016 to October 28, 2016 from 9am-1pm.
Details on the trips can be found at PARLEE FARMS 2016 FALL SCHOOL TOUR INFORMATION PACKAGE. PLEASE NOTE ~ ALL OF OUR APPLE & COMBINATION PICKING TRIP TIMES are FULLY BOOKED. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS FOR THE PUMPKIN PICKING TRIP starting on 10/18. Thank you!
If you would like to reserve a Fall School Field Trip, please fill out our ONLINE SCHOOL TOUR RESERVATION FORM. Field trips will be confirmed by email from Ellen Parlee at Parlee Farms. Thank you for your consideration and we hope you and your classes will visit Parlee Farms this fall!
Please note: ALL GROUP ACTIVITIES AT PARLEE FARMS ARE BY RESERVATION ONLY. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Due to the popularity of our pick your own fruits, we are no longer able to offer nor permit Summer School Field Trips or Birthday Parties at the farm. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.