Seasonal             

Pick Your Own ...

 

Apples, Berries , Pumpkins and more ...            

 

RI DEM’s Division of Agriculture ............... 222-2781

They’re a good resource for the best pickin’ spots in the state.

 

4-Town Farms ............... 508-336-5587

www.4townfarm.com

90 George St., Seekonk, MA. Pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peas and flowers.

Tractor rides to pumpkin patch in October. School groups.

Appleland Orchard ............... 949-3690

135 Smith Ave., Rt. 116, Greenville

Open late August through mid-May.  Apples, Christmas Trees, holiday decorations.

 

Barden Family Orchard ............... 934-1413

www.bardenfamilyorchard.com

56 Elmdale Rd., N. Scituate

Pick your own apples, berries and pumpkins. Farm market open August 1 - October 31.

(Limited hours in November.)

 

Confreda Farms ............... 827-5000

www.confredas.com

2150 Scituate Ave., Cranston 

Farmer’s market and greenhouses open daily from April - December.  Weekends in the fall hay rides

and pumpkin pickin’ and corn maze.

 

Delvecchio’s Farm ............... 884-9598

302 Potter Rd.,

N. Kingstown. Pick your own blueberries - July through September.

 

The Farmer’s Daughter ............... 792-1340

www.thefarmersdaughterri.com

716 Mooresfield Rd., Wakefield 

Full nursery and garden center. Raspberries, pumpkins.

 

Harmony Farms ............... 934-0741

www.harmonyfarmsri.com

359 Saw Mill Rd, Harmony

Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and apples and peaches.  Hayrides, birthday parties,

school tours.

 

Hill Orchards ............... 949-2940

www.hillorchards.com

86 Winsor Ave., Smithfield.  Apples, peaches and plums. Hayrides.

 

Jaswell’s Farm ............... 231-9043

www.jaswellsfarm.com

50 Swan Rd., Smithfield. Apple and

berry (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries) picking.

 

Macomber’s Blueberry Farm ...............  397-5079

www.macombersblueberryfarm.

shutterfly.com    141 Rice City Rd., Coventry.  July - August. See website for hours. Blueberries.

 

Narrow Lane Orchards ............... 294-3584

213 Narrow Lane., Johnston.  Apple, nectarine and peach pickin. Field trips by appointment.

 

Pachet Brook Tree Farm ............... 624-4872 or 624-7248

4484 Main Rd., Rt. 77, S. Tiverton.

www.pachetbrook.com

Hayrides, (don’t miss the Halloween Hayride), pumpkin picking, walking trails and Christmas trees. 

Available for birthday parties and school tours and demonstrations (grades K-6).  Also weddings and

special events.

 

Phantom Farm ............... 333-2240

www.phantomfarms.com

2920 Diamond Hill Rd., Cumberland.

Apple picking, country bake and gift shop, year round.

 

Quonset View Farm ............... 683-1254

895 Middle Road, Portsmouth.

Strawberry & pumpkin pickin’.

 

Salisbury Farm ............... 942-9741

www.salisburyfarm.com

Corner Plainfield Pike & Peck Hill Rd., Johnston. 

Strawberries, raspberries, and veggies, and pumpkins and giant corn maze in the fall.

 

Schartner Farms ............... 294-2044

www.schartnerfarms.com

One Arnold Place, Exeter. Strawberry, blueberry and Pumpkin picking, Christmas trees, schools.

 

Smith’s Berry Farm ............... 295-7669

320 Shermantown Rd., Saunderstown.  Blueberries.

 

Sweet Berry Farm ............... 847-3912

www.sweetberryfarmri.com

915 Mitchells Lane, Middletown.

Pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, apples, peaches, pumpkins and Christmas Trees.

 

Wicked Tulip Farm ............... 297-3700

www.wickedtulips.com

90 Brown Avenue, Johnston

They typically open Early May and close Mid or Late May. Tickets must be purchased online.  

Don't just show up.  Check their website for a "Bloom Report" and exact opening date.

Hay Rides

 

Chepachet Farms ............... 568-9996

www.chepachetfarms.com

226 Tourtellot Hill Rd., Chepachet. Sleigh rides, horse drawn wedding carriages, horse drawn trolley, horse drawn hay rides to pumpkin

patch, petting corral, campfire picnic facilities inside and out, and birthday parties.

 

Pachet Brook Tree Farm ............... 624-4872 or 624-7248

www.pachetbrook.com  4484 Main Rd., Rt. 77, S. Tiverton 

Hayrides for all occasions, (Don’tmiss the Halloween Hayride), pumpkin picking, evening campfire hayrides, birthday parties, Christmas trees.  School tours.

 

Pezza Farm ............... 943-2707

www.pezzafarm.com

2279 Plainfield Pike, Johnston. 

Seasonal hay rides, feed and pet animals - goats, pigs, cows, chicken, sheep, horses.  Special events. Birthday parties. Open Feb-Dec, 9-5.

 

Side Hill Farm ............... 377-2426

www.sidehillfarm.biz

60 Clarks Falls Rd., Hopkinton.

Hayrides, horse & carriage rides, sleigh rides, and stagecoach will even come to you!

Corn Mazes 

 

Confreda Greenhouses and Farm ............... 827-5000

2150 Scituate Ave., Hope 

www.confredas.com

“Haunted” corn maze and hayride (evenings late September - October).  “Scare-Free” weekend days.  

 

Escobar Farm ............... 683-1444

Middle Road, Portsmouth 

www.escobarfarm.com

8 acres of maze and maize.  Corn cops to help if you get lost.  

$8 adults, $6 children.  Pumpkin patch and hayrides and special events.  Opening Friday, August 30th at 4, Saturdays at 10 and Sundays at 11. Closing at Dusk. Open mid-week with reservations. 

 

Frerichs Farm ............... 245-8245

43 Kinnicutt Ave., Warren  

www.frerichsfarm.com

They’ve got corn mazes, hay mazes, pumpkin coach rides, Charlie Brown’s Pumpkin Patch, and their annual fall pumpkin drop (from a crane, that is!). Baby animals April through Christmas.  All free!

 

Salisbury Farm ............... 942-9741

www.salisburyfarm.com

Plainfield Pike and Peck Road,  Johnston.  This corn maze covers 

4 acres

Halloween

Note: Some of the Halloween attractions listed here too scary for young children.

 

Factory of Terror ............... 508-324-1095

www.factoryofterror.com

33 Pearl St., Fall River, MA

(Ages 10+)

 

Field of Screams ............... 397-2600

www.HauntedHayride.net

179 Plain Meeting House Rd.,

W. Greenwich. Join the haunted hayride throughout October and travel through the Field of Screams, encountering over 15 grisly and elaborate scenes brought to life (or death, as the case may be) by professional actors eager to taunt visitors with state-of-the art scares.  Also, visit the Dungeon of Doom, the areas largest outdoor haunted maze. 

Open every Thursday - Sunday night in October. Tickets go on sale at 6:30. Gates close at 9 on Thursday and Sunday, 10pm on Friday and Saturday. (Visit website for admission discounts!)

 

Fortress of Nightmares ............... 841-0707

facebook.com/fortressofnightmares

Nights in October, starting at 6pm, historic Fort Adams will unleash the restless spirits of its past on special haunted tours.  See spooky areas of the Fort not usually seen on regular

tours, and hear the eerie, bizarre and macabre tales of the Fort’s long history and legend. May -September: “Ghost Hunt” - 1st Friday of the month.

 

Ghost Tours of Newport ............... 841-8600

www.ghostsofnewport.com

Our guides take you on a lantern-led stroll down Newport 's shadowy lanes. You will discover first hand the ghosts, ghouls and legends of our haunted city by the sea.

 

Haunted Labyrinth ............... 943-8686

www.hauntedlabyrinth.com

804 Dyer Ave., Cranston.  Mazes and chambers, with horrors around every corner!  Call for hours/prices.

 

Highland Farm’s Trails to  Terror ............... 792-8188

www.highlandfarmri.com/fall

4235 Tower Hill Rd., Wakefield.

The woods of Highland Farm are haunted!  This is a family oriented event, with the scary rides starting after 8pm.  

 

Pachet Brook Farm Halloween Hayrides ............... 624-4872

4484 Main Rd., Rt. 77, S. Tiverton  www.pachetbrook.com

Halloween hayrides that are appropriate for young children and families, preschools, schools, and seniors.  Enjoy a hayride through acres of woods filled with characters and decorations.  The ride ends at a “pumpkin patch” where everyone gets a pumpkin.  Fun, not scary!  Evening campfire hayrides too.

 

Roger Williams Park Zoo ............... 785-3510

1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence

www.rwpzoo.org

http://www.rwpzoo.org/plan-your-visit/events/jack-o-lantern-spectacular

-The Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, presented by Citizens Bank, will be back October 5 through November 5, delighting audiences of all ages.  This year we will travel through time and visit with dinosaurs, explore the ice age, and peek into the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Rome.  Wander the Feintstein Junior Scholar Wetlands Trail and delight in the history of the Middle Ages, discover the New World, and be fascinated by major inventions like cars, planes, space travel, and the computer.  Infused throughout will be the art and music associated with each era.  Imagine our planet's history reflected on more than 5000 intricately carved pumpkins. 

 

-SPOOKY ZOO

October 28 and October 29

Spooky Zoo offers daytime outdoor autumn activities for the whole family. 

Come trick-or-treat (while supplies last) on the Treat Trail by the red wolf exhibit. Kids and adults will enjoy a packed schedule of seasonal.  Activities are free with Zoo admission and all children 12 and under dressed in costume get in for half price.  All activities are weather permitting and while supplies last.  

Contact Us:

 

P.O. Box 613, Wyoming, RI 02898 

sheryl@fullchannel.net

Tel: 401-247-0850 

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