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The Magic of Pineland Farms

The Magic of Pineland Farms

Wondering what to do this weekend? Pineland Farms is one of our favorite places to visit with our family!

Located in New Gloucester, Maine, Pineland offers a wide range of activities and experiences that encompass Maine's outdoor spirit. Whether you're looking to enjoy the great outdoors, learn about sustainable agriculture, or indulge in some delicious local food, there's something for everyone. Here are some of the top things to do at Pineland Farms.

  1. Go for a hike or bike ride Pineland Farms has over 30 miles of hiking and biking trails that wind through forests, fields, and around ponds. The trails range from easy to challenging, so there's a path for every level of outdoor enthusiast. The trails are open year-round, so whether you're looking for a scenic fall foliage hike or a winter snowshoeing adventure, Pineland Farms has you covered. Gear up with a Rogue Life Hike Shirt before you go!

    Hiking Shirts
  2. Visit the farm animals The farm at Pineland is home to a variety of animals, including cows, goats, sheep, pigs, and chickens. Visitors can tour the barns and learn about the different breeds and their role on the farm. During the spring and summer months, baby animals are born, and visitors can see them up close.

  3. Take a cooking class Pineland Farms offers a variety of cooking classes that focus on local and sustainable ingredients. Classes range from basic skills like knife handling and cooking techniques to more advanced topics like fermentation and charcuterie. Classes are taught by experienced chefs and are perfect for both novice and experienced home cooks. Don't for your Pine State Tea Towel!

    State of Maine Tea Towel


  4. Play a round of disc golf Pineland Farms has an 18-hole disc golf course that winds through the farm's forests and fields. The course is designed for all skill levels and is a fun and unique way to experience the outdoors. The course is open year-round, but during the winter months, some holes are closed due to snow cover.

  5. Visit the market The Pineland Farms market offers a variety of locally sourced products, including fresh produce, meat, cheese, and baked goods. The market also sells Pineland Farms' own products, including cheese, yogurt, and ice cream. Visitors can pick up picnic supplies and enjoy a meal on the farm's beautiful grounds. Oh, but it's not just a market, you can get fresh cooked food and they often have tasting events. And did you know they also have a gift shop there that is fully stocked with Rogue Life Maine gear!

    Pineland Farms Market
  6. Take a farm tour Visitors can take a guided tour of the farm and learn about sustainable agriculture practices. Tours include a visit to the barns, fields, and greenhouses, as well as a look at the farm's cheese-making facilities. Tours are available year-round and are a great way to learn about the farm's history and mission.

  7. Go cross-country skiing During the winter months, Pineland Farms' trails are open for cross-country skiing. The farm offers rentals, lessons, and groomed trails for all skill levels. With over 30 miles of trails, cross-country skiing at Pineland Farms is a great way to enjoy the beauty of Maine's winter landscape.

  8. Attend a special event Pineland Farms hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including a winter festival, a summer concert series, and a harvest festival. These events are a great way to experience the farm's seasonal offerings and enjoy a fun day out with family and friends. See what's happening: Pineland Farms Event Calendar 


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