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Codman Community Farm
 

What to Bring

All-terrain stroller   Binoculars
Water   Snacks
Plastic trash bag  
 

Specs

  Directions from Cambridge
  Take route 2 west
  At first traffic light on route 2, take left to Bedford Road/ Lincoln Center (exit is actually second right after the light)
  Drive straight to Lincoln, cross the railway and past the gas station
  At next crossroad, turn right on Codman road for about 0.1 mile.
  Entrance is on the right (sign)
  Directions from Boston
  Take I-95/route 128
  At exit 26, take route 20 east
  Take left at traffic light and follow signs for route 117
  At traffic light, take left on route 117 west
  About 0.2 mile after Drumlin Farm on your left, turn right on Lincoln Road
  Turn left on Codman Road just after the fire station on the left
  Entrance is on the right (sign) 0.1 mile after the fire station
  Good to know in advance
 

Open year-round, sunrise-sunset

  Farmers market on Saturdays, 9:30 – 2:30
  Etiquette
  Leash and curb dogs
  Keep children under adult supervision at all times
  Bring back your trash (no trash can)
 
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Codman Community Farm

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Difficulty: 1/5
  Time from Boston: 30 mins.
  Duration: A few hours
  Cost:

Free

  Main activity:

Families

  What do our ratings mean?
 
Cows and sheep for the kids, a farmer's market for mom and dad—Where else to start your weekend under the sun?

Codman Community Farm is one of the few remaining live farms around Boston. This is a small, family-like operation where everybody can have fun: kids because they see farm animals, and parents because they can buy fresh vegetables at the tiny kiosk on Saturday.

Compared to nearby Drumlin Farm, this place is smaller, but entrance is free, and the farm looks and feels really authentic. Among the animals that can be seen are pigs, rabbits, donkeys, sheep, cows and bees. You can also visit the grounds and check the gardens, which include a “Pick’ n Pay” section.

Overall, a nice little place, very close to Boston, which is one of the best ways to start the weekend for the whole family!

 
 
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