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Salisbury Farm, established in the 1800's is the perfect place to spend time with your family. Our wide range of activities and services make it easy to have a great time. And as home to New Englands original Corn Maze, we help thousands of people get lost each year. Unique home spun designs and family orientated themes keep families coming back year after year. Some of our other popular activities are "Pick Your Own" crops, these include strawberries, raspberries, and pumpkins. During the fall we also offer free hay rides on the weekends. Families, businesses or organizations, and other groups will enjoy our pavillion area which is available for rent. Whether you're making a scary Jack-O-Lantern, trying to entertain your family for a day, night; or make a delicious treat, you can find what your looking for at Salisbury Farm.

Website : salisburyfarm.com/

11 Peck Hill Road
Johnston, Rhode Island, 02919

Contact Phone : (401)942-9741
Email : rep54x@gmail.com
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  FEATURED ATTRACTIONS

The Corn Maze at Salisbury Farm was the first maze of it's kind in New England. With more than a mile of paths in about five acres of corn, The Corn Maze at Salisbury Farm has challenged peoples memory, team work, and sense of direction for more than fifteen years. Thousands of people entered the maze last year, most of them got out. Our 2013 Cornfield Maze was built in memory of the Boston Marathon Tragedy Victims and in support of their families. We will donate a portion of ticket sales to The One Fund Boston. Crops & Activities Products: Strawberries Sweet Corn Raspberries Pumpkins Hay & Straw Decorations Living Corn Maze Services: Free Weekend Hayrides (Fall Season Only) Educational Tours Birthday Parties Corporate Outings

  SEASONAL EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS

History Founded in the 1800's Salisbury farm has been owned and operated by five generations of the Salisbury Family. The founder, Squire Williams Salisbury, began the farm as a hay farm with some dairy interests. Salisbury Farm was, at that time, a supplier of a near by stage coach stop. After Squire Williams, his son George took over operations. Somewhere between George Salisbury and Leroy Salisbury, Salisbury Farm became a full time dairy farm. Salisbury farm stayed as a dairy farm till the mid 1970's when Roger Salisbury handed over operations of the farm to his son and current operator Wayne Salisbury. At the time Wayne Salisbury, a high school teacher, did not live on the farm and could not care for the 60 milking cows on the farm so they were sold off and Salisbury farm once again became a hay farm. In 1982 Stephen Salisbury, then a member of the Scituate High School FFA (Future Farmers Of America), decided to plant 500 strawberry plants (with the help of his father and family) for a school project. The project was a success. This year Salisbury farm planted approximately 12,000 new strawberry plants, and does so annually. Since that time Wayne Salisbury has expanded the operations of the farm to become the farm as you see it today. Salisbury farm now offers hay, hayrides, pumpkins, corn, raspberries, mums, and seasonal decorations, as well as strawberries. Wayne Salisbury also purchased a couple of llamas and goats for our guests to see. (but that is a whole other story). In 1998 Stephen Salisbury had another project on his mind. The results can be seen on the corn maze page. Wayne Salisbury is the fifth generation to own and operate Salisbury Farm. His sons and their children will be sure to see the farm through it's sixth and seventh generation, and beyond. Thanks for stopping by. We would like to extend an invitation to you and all of your family and friends to stop by our farm and sample first hand some of its rich history

  PRICES, HOURS AND DIRECTIONS

Farm Schedule August 31 - October 31: Weekdays: Weekends and Holidays: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Moonlight Mazes: For a truly unique experience, come try our maze under the stars. Your entire family will enjoy the experience, it's a promise from our family to yours. The Moonlight Maze Dates are October 5, 12, 19, 26 - and hours are 7PM-9PM. Last tickets for moonlight mazes are sold at 8:30 PM. Maze Admission Weekdays: Adults (Ages 12 & up): Children: $7.50 $6.00 Weekends & Holidays: Adults (Ages 12 & up): Children: $9.50 $7.50 Moonlight Mazes: Adults (Ages 12 & up): Children: $10.50 $8.00 GPS [Coordinates] 41°47'30.13"N, 71°33'6.43"W GPS [Intersection] Plainfield Pike and Pippin Orchard Rd, Johnston, RI Rhode Island: Take exit 4 off of RI Route 295. Head west on Route 14 (about 2 1/2 miles) Salisbury Farm is on the right, at the junction of Pippin Orchard Road and Plainfield Pike



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