Summer is all about berry picking, winery tours, and scenic adventures, and you can experience all three at this dreamy farm. Tucked away in lush fields near Hamilton, this estate has all the attractions you need to make this summer the best one yet. Grab your baskets and wine glasses and head off to Ontario's Puddicombe Estate Farms for a super sweet adventure.
If you're planning on picking some fresh fruit this summer, then you need to add this destination to your list.
Puddicombe Estate Farms and Winery is as charming as it sounds and boasts acres of colourful fruits for you to explore.
The 214-year-old family farm grows all sorts of produce, from apples to cherries to pumpkins.
The establishment also operates as a winery, with over 150 acres of high-quality grapes.
You can taste the award-winning fruit wines and ciders and take a tour through the vineyards and wine shop.
To make things even more dreamy, the historic farm is home to a whimsical train called Little Pudd.
It is the original train from the famous Crystal Beach Amusement Park, and you can take it for a ride through orchards, vineyards, and along waterways.
You can even ride Little Pudd on some of the boozy tours, where you'll be treated to a three-course meal on board.
Pick-your-own is opening up this year with new regulations in order to keep staff and visitors safe.
Guests will be asked to wear gloves and a mask while exploring the farm.
The exact dates and prices for pick-your-own are still being determined.
Little Pudd will also be operating this season starting Father's Day Weekend.
The farm hopes to be running other tours in July. Currently, the estate is open for pick-up-orders only.
You can also pick fresh fruits at these colourful farms around the province for a super sweet summer.
Keep checking the Puddicombe Estate website for opening dates, and head over for the perfect farm adventure!
Puddicombe Estate Farms
Address: 1468 #8 Highway Winona, Hamilton, ON
Why You Need To Go: Pick fresh fruits and sip wine from the vineyards at this dreamy estate.
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