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Shady Brook Farm931 Stony Hill Road
Yardley, PA 19067
Contact detailsTelephone: (215) 968-1670
DirectionsTake I-95 to Exit 49 (Newtown/Yardley)--formerly Exit 30. Follow Route 332 West 1/4 mile to traffic light. Turn left onto Stony Hill Road. Our entrance is 1/4 mile down on the right. You will see the sign!
Open TimesSeptember 1st - end Of October. Please visit our website for hours of operation.
ProfileShady Brook Farm was founded by T. Herman Fleming in 1913 in Andalusia, PA (on the land that now houses the Woodhaven Mall) as a farm that grew crops for wholesale to markets in the Philadelphia area. Shady Brook's main crops were radishes, celery, spinach, and beets. In 1968, the Flemings purchased the neighboring Heston Farm in Middletown twp., PA, bringing the total acreage to 180. In 1982, another adjoining farm of 98 acres was purchased. In June 1984, Shady Brook Farm opened its first retail market with pick-your-own strawberries. The following year the market was open through September selling corn, tomatoes, and other summer favorites. In 1992, Shady Brook presented its first "agritainment" attraction--The Hayride of Horrortm. Over the next decade the haunted attractions grew and other seasonal events were added--the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, the aMAIZEing Corn Maze, and the Holiday Light Show. Today, Shady Brook Farm is being run by the fourth generation of Flemings. The Fleming family is proud of its heritage and is committed to preserving farming as a way of life through education, entertainment, and its retail market.
Products / Fruit GrownGala, Honeycrisp, Golden Delight, Cortland, JonaGold, Cameo, FujiStrawberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Flowers, Pumpkins and More!Apples available for local collection
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