Hours of Operation
Saturday & Sunday 9am to 4pm
Mums are here, $9 a piece when you buy 3 or more
Guess the exact weight of your pumpkin and get it for free!
Awards & Articles
LISBON - June is finally here and Connecticut is eagerly awaiting local strawberries. Lisbon farmer Christopher Grant owns Grant’s Berry Patch & Farm Stand, and his fields are loaded with sweet, plump treats.
As a very young man, Grant purchased eight acres from his grandmother in 1993. As a child, he’d gone berry-picking at a farm owned by his father’s cousin, and the experience was such a great memory that Grant decided he’d like to try growing berries himself.
Though many consider a PYO farm as a source of entertainment, we are first and foremost a food production facility, and therefore local and federal health codes strictly prohibit animals from entering the farm with the exception of ADA-compliant guide service animals, which are welcome on our farm.
What is an ADA-compliant service animal?
The ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, defines a service animal as a dog that has been specifically trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. This differs from an emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animal, that has had no training and has not been trained to perform a specific job and or task.