The farm began as Davis Farm, a dairy in Sterling Massachusetts in the late 1800s. In 1935, Jonathan Davis became interested in fruit production and bought Bolton Fruit Company, a 200-acre peach orchard in Bolton Massachusetts. Over time, much of the peach orchard was replaced by other fruits and vegetables.  In 1945, a farm-stand was built at the intersection of routes 110 and 117. Since that time, both the orchard and the farm-stand have expanded significantly.

Currently, 250 acres are in active production, producing an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables including:

  • 25 Varieties of Apples
  • 15 Varieties of Peaches
  • 5 Varieties of Nectarines
  • 5 Varieties of Plums
  • Sweet Corn
  • Tomatoes
  • Squash
  • Pumpkins

… And two varieties of uniquely pressed cider.

Bolton Orchards’ First Market at the
Junction of Routes 110 & 117 – Circa 1945

Bolton Orchards today – offering each season’s best harvest,
plus the freshest produce, gifts, flowers, deli foods delicious
fresh-baked delights.