Mapleville Farm
Where You'll Find Us
Mapleville Farm
Farm Stand
  • Mapleville Farm
    544 Victory Highway
    Mapleville, RI (map)
    (401) 568-0544

    Thu OPEN 9-6
    Fri OPEN 9-6
    Sat OPEN 9-6
    Sun OPEN 9-5
    Mon CLOSED
    Tue CLOSED
    Wed CLOSED

    You'll also find: Peanut butter from Virgina & Spanish Peanut Company; honey from Betty's Bee Farm; maple syrup from On The Lane Farm; beans from Mills Coffee
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Mapleville Farm in Mapleville, RI chemical-free

Founded in 1984, Mapleville Farm is run by The Ryan Family.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
544 Victory Highway
Mapleville, RI

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1 miles from Mapleville, RI 02839
(401) 568-0544

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A little about Mapleville Farm
Nestled in the heart of the little village of Mapleville, in the Northwest corner of Rhode Island, we are a small family-owned and operated business. We are a very small farm by definition, but there are several different facets to our operation, including baked goods, preserves, fresh produce and eggs, livestock, ornamentals, handmade local products, and alternative and experimental intensive growing methods.

We are particularly well-known for our Village Bake Shoppe, where you can find all manner of delicious artisanal breads, pies, cookies and candies made with quality local and seasonal ingredients, including the ones we grow here, as well as our own preserves and produce, and a variety of other local and handmade products.




Honey + Maple

Dairy + Eggs


Nursery + Flowers

Grains + Feeds




Baked Goods


Bold foods are in season now according to our Harvest Calendar. Call to find out exact availability. Every farm and every season are unique. Most farms are also residences. Unless Farmstand or Pick Your Own hours are noted, please be respectful and call ahead before going to the farm.

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