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Jane and Paul's Farm, Norfolk, MA

Jane and Paul's Farm, Norfolk, MA (photo by Eric H.) Article and photo by Eric H.

Jane and Paul's Farm, in Norfolk, MA, will have you believing in the merits of frequenting locally-owned businesses the minute you enter this wonderfully relaxing, hidden southwest suburban Boston travel destination. Janes and Paul's is a family-owned seasonal operation that has some great apple picking (call ahead for the latest status), pumpkin patches (with hay rides out to the fields), a small farm stand with some of the freshest just-picked fruits and vegetables you'll ever find (the corn is amazing), delicious breads made daily (try the Tuscan!) from Butter Cafe and Bakery in Walpole, MA, homemade pies from the Ever So Humble Pie Company, of East Walpole, animals (goats, chickens, rabbits, etc.) for the children to see, and an intricate corn maze (call ahead for best times) that could take up to a half hour to figure out. In the summer, the blueberry picking is a real treat -- rows and rows of this healthy fruit. Jane and Paul's Farm is ultimately one of the most pleasant ways to spend part of a spring, summer or fall New England day, out in the country in a surprisingly underdeveloped suburban Boston town (let's hope Norfolk stays that way). The down-to-earth family-run atmosphere will have you feeling great about being in New England, and, again, supporting the local, hard-working businesses that help make our country so special.

Jane and Paul's Farm
33 Fruit St. Norfolk, MA 02056

Tel. (508) 528-0812


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