Brookfield Orchards

12 Lincoln Road
North Brookfield, MA 01535

508-867-6858

About Us:

Brookfield Orchards was established in 1918 by Arthur W. Lincoln, a stock broker in Boston who bought the orchard as a summer home. He planted apples trees and made applesauce, apple butter and apple jelly as a hobby and sold it from his office in Boston.

The apples were processed in a canning plant in the center of North Brookfield on land now occupied by the Quaboag Corporation.

Brookfield Orchards will celebrate 100 years in business in 2018. We are now in our 5th generation of family members participating in the family business. Brookfield Orchards continues to be a destination, providing families with everlasting memories  and supplying fresh quality fruit to our community.

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