At Carrigan Farms, we have some crops that we pick for you and some that you can pick yourself. In the spring, asparagus and strawberries are plentiful, along with lots of heirloom leaf lettuce. In the summer, look for fresh garden veggies. Once October starts its PUMPKIN TIME!
APPLE PICKING NOW CLOSED THIS SEASON (EXCEPT FOR THOSE SCHOOL GROUPS WHO ALREADY HAVE A RESERVATION): This past April we had a late frost that killed a number of our apple blossoms, consequently, we will not be open for apple picking this season except for our school groups that are already scheduled. We thank you for your understanding. Mother Nature just took the majority our crop away this past April and there’s nothing we can do about it this year. Hopefully she will be kind to us next year.
At Carrigan Farms we GROW tens of thousands of pumpkins every year. Each and every hayride includes a trip to the pumpkin patch, where kids of all ages (adults too!) each pick their very own pumpkin. Pumpkins range in size from 2-20 pounds +/-, so everyone can find their size.
Hayrides to the pumpkin patch are offered every Saturday and Sunday in October from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM with wagons departing every 15 minutes. Cost is $10.00 per person and includes a pumpkin, a visit to the petting zoo, and fresh apple cider. No reservation is needed for weekend hayrides between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Weekday hayrides depart every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the month of October at 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM and 4:00 PM sharp. No reservation is needed for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon hayrides at the times listed above.
Cash or check only please. We do not accept credit or debit cards.
Strawberry patch opens Saturday April 23, 2016.
Monday-Saturday 8:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
We anticipate the season to last through late May; however, it is weather dependent. Cost is $12 per gallon basket of pick-your-own strawberries and $15 per gallon basket of pre-picked strawberries. There is no charge to enter the fields; however, each pair of customers are asked to pick a minimum of one gallon of strawberries.
Fresh asparagus is available for sale now in our farm market.