Schartner Farms

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279 W Berlin Rd, Bolton, MA 01740 279 W Berlin Rd, Bolton Directions
+19787796293
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If you're ready for a great adventure, visit Bolton's Schartner Farms, MA and create some lifetime memories. This place is obviously the place to be, so get your calendar out and make plans to visit it soon.

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We had lots if fun in the corn maze with a Groupon. Took us about an hour with a fun "Cornundrums" scavenger hunt to complete in maze. We also enjoyed the corn canon, feeding the goats and Shetland pony and sipping hot apple cider& scenic views.
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Nice family atmosphere & no lines to wait in. You will want to pack a lunch or bring a picnic basket; only food to purchase there is hot dogs. Restrooms are porta-potty's, but were very clean. Worth the price of admission.
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get there early in the day; have fun
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It gets crowded with patrons clustering at the wine tasting stations sprinkled inside the maze. We found that a little annoying - because it made continuing through the maze a little slow as you stood behind people not moving. It seemed a lot smaller (from entrance to exit) than we imagined or read on online reviews. It takes about 30 minutes to get through or 15 if you are walking continuously. There was a trio musical group who were really fun - though at the end of each song, patrons just sat there blankly and silently. No one clapped, which we found odd. Perhaps people were just overwhelmed at the sheer # of people and strollers walking about.
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We were extremely disappointed by this location. We waited in line 20 minutes to pay with our Groupon to enter. Finally got into the maze and 5 minutes in was a Disney size line. We waited 15 minutes to realize it was a wine station with No passing
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A nice relaxed way to enjoy the New England Fall
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Awesome family owned farm. We have been going for years and the Shartners make everyone feel welcome. The kids always have a great day without all of the commercial hoopla that are at some of the other farms. Great addition: apple cider donuts from the Bolton Lions club.
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AWESOME!!
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Double check directions! WEST Berlin Road is not the same as Berlin Road! We were only a wee bit away but it was a bit frustrating to the little peoples in our car! The farm was fun and the maze was "amaizing"! We had a blast!
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Great time with two younger kids. We did the maze, had a picnic (bring own food, they don't have lunch food there) and fed the goats there. They had the lions club there selling some delicious cider donuts. They no longer had apple picking at their farm but had an apple wagon that brought us to another farm to do picking!
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Schartner Farms has a history that stretches even longer than its annual corn maze. After immigrating to the United States in 1902, the Schartner family settled in Bolton and opened a farm. For the next century, multiple generations of the family milked cows and filled the soil with seeds to grow fruits, vegetables, and cheeseburgers. The farm became something of a local landmark, and in 2006, the town of Bolton and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts designated it an Agricultural Preservation Restriction Farm.

Today, the fourth generation of Schartners runs the farm. Aside from the signature corn maze, they invite visitors to pick apples, and relax on hayrides, which wind past the property's forests, fields, and ponds.

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