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  • Gourds, Pumpkins
    Weekends and Holidays 10-6, Sept. thru October. Not open during rain.
    For groups, please call to make appointment:
    508-947-6789 or 508-548-3270.
    * Call ahead just to be sure.
Family Fun
  • Corn maze
    Weekends and Holidays 10-6, Sept. thru October. Not open during rain.
    For groups, please call to make appointment, 508-947-6789 or 508-548-3270.
  • Hay rides
    Weekends and Holidays 10-6, Sept. thru October. Not open during rain.
    For groups, please call to make appointment, 508-947-6798 or 508-548-3270.

Back Acre Farm in Middleboro, MA


Back Acre Farm is a 10 acre farm run by Thurston Burns.
194 South Main St.
Middleboro, MA

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1 miles from Middleboro, MA 02346
(508) 947-6789 preferred
(508) 548-3270

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A little about Back Acre Farm
Back Acres Farm is a family owned and operated farm in Middleboro, MA. It is situated on the Nemasket River, nestled among maples and oaks.

At Back Acres Farm we have over 10 acres of U-Pick Pumpkins. We have pumpkins of all sizes - from jack be littles to large carving pumpkins. We also sell an assortment of unusual gourds and winter squashes (buttercup, butternut, and acorn), corn stalks, hay bales, and local apples. We offer hayrides out to the pumpkin patch, and we have a 2 acre corn maze for both kids an adults to enjoy. There is a variety of wildlife present on the farm - you may get to see a deer, an eagle, a coyote, or (almost certainly) a woodchuck. You may even see "Bigfoot" the gorilla lurking in the corn maze if he is out feeding.

The farm is located 400 feet off Exit 4 off Rte 495 (Exit for Rte 105 Middleboro).

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