Holcomb Farm

Holcomb Farm is a 357 acre historic farm kept in the Holcomb family since the early 1700s. The land was used to produce cider, wood, milk and shade tobacco. The farm is currently operated a an art and environmental learning center which offers programs in the arts, nature, indoor and outdoor animals and contains a 20 acre Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. It is the home of the famed Link & Learn program which partners urban and suburban youth to experience diversity via hands-on environmental science,heritage and arts programs. During the school year, many teachers bring their students to educational activities, along with children that are home schooled. There is an eight week summer camp program which serves children from pre-kindergarten through the 6th grade. There are ten miles of marked trails, open to the public at no charge from dawn to dusk, used for hiking, letterboxing, horseback riding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Plein air painters enjoy the farm's pastoral beauty and vistas. There are art show and artists' demonstrations, photo contest, 10K road race, guided hikes, live music events, harvest dinner and festivals throughout the year. For more information, visit www.holcombfarm.org.


113 Simsbury Rd.
West Granby, CT 06090
United States

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