Little Compton Farm Tour

We are excited to be coordinating a “choose your own adventure” tour of farming in Little Compton! A legal-sized map and a visual-style schedule to help you plan your visits is available here. Printed copies will be available at each farm.

Adamsville Stables
14 Albert Lane, Adamsville
12 – 4 pm

Meet teaching partners, Stephanie and Cowboy Rob, and the horses and mini horses that live at Adamsville Stables. Learn how the horses are groomed, led, and cared for. Receive information about riding lessons, camps, and the magic of Centered Riding. Receive a $10 discount on your first lesson – restrictions apply. 

Coastal Greens
At Little Compton Historical Society – 548 West Main Road

1 pm – 4 pm
Coastal Greens grows edible flowers, herbs, lettuce, microgreens, baby greens and shoots. Learn how microgreens are grown on our new farm and shop from an array of delicious microgreen salads and other products.

Franlart Nurseries
120 Willow Avenue
1 – 3 pm 

Franlart Nurseries, previously Franlart Dairy Farm, has been in the Goulart family for over 100 years. Today Chris and his team raise trees, bushes, shrubs and other landscaping plantings. Visitors will be able to stroll through the farm and see what they grow. Proprietor Chris Goulart will be on hand to talk about the operation and answer your questions.

Greenwood Pastures
371 West Main Road
11 am – 5 pm  
Visit the giant pumpkin patch at one of Little Compton’s newest farms. Meet Cindy the cow and feed her a treat. Learn how you can buy Little Compton raised products directly from the farm or have them delivered to your home. 

Hope Alpaca Farm
134 Maple Avenue
11 am – 3 pm

Meet the alpaca herd, miniature donkey, ducks and chickens. Start holiday shopping early with a wide variety of alpaca socks, hats/headbands, gloves/mittens, scarves, plush, farm t-shirts and free trade gifts offered for sale. Alpaca cookies, coloring packets and alpaca fact cards are available on a “first come, first served” basis.

Little Compton Historical Society
548 West Main Road
10 am – 5 pm
Tour the brand new “Everyone Was a Farmer Exhibit” (free admission to all). Pick up a free kid’s Grow & Sew Take Home Activity Bag (while supplies last) and take part in hands-on activities scheduled for 11 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm. Free Wilbor House Highlight Tours offered at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm. A restroom is available.  

Old Stone Orchard
33 Colebrook Road, Adamsville
10 am – 5 pm
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Greet the chickens and the other farm animals of Old Stone Orchards.

Otter Brook Farm
At Little Compton Historical Society – 548 West Main Road
10 am – 2 pm
Visit with the farmers and animals of Otter Brook Farm on the grounds of the Little Compton Historical Society. Meet their animals (possibly new piglets, chicks, and bunnies – but stay tuned to hear for sure on the day of the tour!). See their tractor. Mums, pumpkins, gourds, and Indian corn stalks will be available for sale. Otter Brook Farm has been in business for over 30 years. They raise dairy cows, beef cows, pigs, chickens, and AKC registered German Shepherd puppies. They also grow the corn silage and hay that feeds their animals. This year they took major steps toward fulfilling their hope and dream to build a small dairy providing local milk, cheese, and ice cream.

Peckham’s Greenhouse
200 West Main Road
10 am – 5 pm
Stop by to stroll multiple greenhouses and shop a wide assortment of indoor and outdoor plants.  

Sakonnet Vineyard
162 West Main Road
12 – 4 pm
Guests can walk the vineyard grounds, purchase tasting flights, bottles of wine, and grab and go food for their enjoyment.  

Small World Farm
225 Long Highway
10 am – 4 pm
Small World Farm is Little Compton’s newest farm, located at 229 Long Highway. You can pick your own apples grown with organic methods or select some from the pre-picked stand. Pumpkins and gourds are also available for purchase. Each visitor will receive a free apple!

Treaty Rock Farm
60 Treaty Rock Road (off West Main Road)
11 am – 5 pm
Treaty Rock Farm raises grass-fed cattle that are rotationally grazed on oceanside pastures. Come take a driving tour of the historic Treaty Rock Farm. See the herd and the hay bales that will be their winter food. Follow the signs that will guide your tour.

White Rock Farm
193 West Main Road
12 – 4 pm

Enjoy a narrated hayride (scheduled every 30 minutes weather permitting) through the farm to the Sakonnet River. Browse the retail store for a selection of farm fresh beef. See the tractors and equipment used to work the farm.   

Wishing Stone Farm
25 Shaw Road
10 am – 5 pm
Purchase fresh produce at the market and delicious prepared foods from the farm’s kitchen.Visit the special booth welcoming Farm Tour visitors. You’ll learn more about the running of the farm and its products and get a chance to win coupons for discounts at the market or a Wishing Stone t-shirt to wear proudly.   

Young Family Farm
260 West Main Road
12 – 4 pm
Tyler and Karla began Young Family Farm in 1997 growing just potatoes. Today the diversified farm features over 300 acres of specialty crops such as peaches, nectarines, sweet corn, vegetables, and 12 varieties of apples. Tyler and Karla enjoy specializing in two of their favorite crops, potatoes and dahlias.

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