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We went with our family. Lovely small place with local community farm. There was an insect hunt with a guide which was fun. One local community farmer gave us Egyptian onions to plant in our garden, how nice! Not a big place, but fun for...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Pamela H
25Patti, Front Office Manager at Beach Plum Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 4 September 2018
There are views of the ocean from this 20+ acre farm in the heart of this beautiful beach town. There is a short path through the quiet community gardens but it is a nice change of pace from the hustle of the downtown shops and...More
Beach Plum Farm is located directly on Route 1, but somehow one does not feel the intensity when one visits there. The first stop is at the office, which offers a great deal of information about this property and many others in the area. Beach...More
The 22-acre Beach Plum Farm is the last remaining salt water farm in Ogunquit & the only place you can still see dunes & the ocean from Route 1.
The Littlefield family donated it to the Great Works Regional Land Trust in memory of Roby...More
This is basically farm and land that was donated by the owner after he died and now is used as a co-op garden. You rent a plat of space probaby 12-15 foot square and plant your garden. Few rules - namely it has to be...More
The Beach Plum Farm was located right across Route 1 from the condominium where we were staying for the week, so my wife and I decided to take the walk one morning.
It is a beautiful secluded place with garden plots and plenty of benches...More