Indian Rock Farm

120 Granite Street
Foxborough, MA 02035


About Us

Our farm's namesake arrived in Foxborough about 10,000 years ago when the last glacier passed through New England and left a huge boulder behind. This boulder eventually became known as "Indian Rock". Undoubtedly the Native Americans who first discovered the rock were as impressed by its size as we are! It is believed that they used it as a gathering place. When we bought the land, the name "Indian Rock" was just a natural for what was to become our Christmas tree farm.

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