The thing that sets this farm apart from others is the amazing grapevine trellis tunnel you drive through on the train, all the way around the farm. It must be closing in on a mile of amazing grapevine tunnels you either drive through or walk through. It is stunningly picturesque. And if you go in the later fall when the grapevine leaves turn colors and the grapes are a vivid purple, well, there you’ve got a kodak moment if you ask me.
New England has many amazing farms but I do love that they let you pick peaches in the summer. We had such a good time finding the perfect ones which we promptly turned into an amazing pie, click here for the recipe.
Belkin Lookout Farm (89 Pleasant St. South Natick, Ma) is open 10-5p. Admission is a bit steep at $12 (not including picking) but you could easily spend part a day here given all there is for kiddos to do. Kids under 2 are free. We hope you enjoyed exploring a little bit more of our corner of New England with us.