Tuesday, September 8, 2015

First Time Family Farm Fun

This past weekend, we had plans to hit up Belkin Family Lookout Farm in South Natick, MA, one of the oldest working farms in the country. We had never been before but the amount of activities that they tout, well, we were excited. Plus, the baby had never been to a farm or apple picking so we obvi knew this was a great opportunity for a little family photo shoot. Very last minute, we got news that some extended family were coming in to town and we thought that it was an even BETTER idea to hit up the farm with all the kids, you know, so we could keep them busy. We couldn't have been happier to have happened upon Lookout Farm (unless it had been about 10 degrees cooler!)

The amount of activities that you can participate in are more than I have ever experienced at a farm near us so we may have found our new Fall favorite destination. We literally fit the following into about three hours on a Sunday afternoon.

The kids were out of their minds excited by the train rides to pick apples, then on to the children's play area, where they were greeted with farm animals (pigs and goats and emus, oh my!), face painting, camel rides, gelato, live music and a playground. I can't wait until the Propah Toddlah is old enough to be just set free to run around and be a kid. My cousins and their children were living it up. There is a little something for everyone, that is for sure. We came home with golden delicious apples, yellow peaches and plums, a wicked tired child (score!) and a four pack of the Lookout Farm Cider to mellow out with on Labor Day weekend. Check out our snaps, since our photo ops were countless!

You can find Belkin Family Lookout Farm info on their website, Twitter and Facebook!

*Lookout Farm gave my family free admission to their farm but we paid for our weight in fruit! Even though we got some special treatment, all opinions are 100% my own!

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