PINELAND FARMS is a 5,000-acre working farm, diverse business campus and educational and recreational venue that welcomes visitors to enjoy its beautiful rural landscape. We invite you to learn about the businesses located on campus and to explore the many activities available. Start at the Market & Welcome Center for more information about activities & events or head straight to the farm for a self-guided tour and educational programs. For recreation passes and rentals please visit the Outdoor Center. Both the Market & Welcome Center and the Outdoor Center are located at 15 Farm View Dr., New Gloucester, Maine.
To ensure the safety of all our visitors and our farm animals please note that Pineland Farms does not allow dogs on the premises. Thank you for your cooperation.
Open 7 days a week year round, closed holidays.
Valley Farm & Farmyard
9am-4pm Purchase online to reserve a time slot. Farm Visitor check-in is at the Smokehouse. Continue past the Market on Farm View Drive and take your first left onto Valley Farm Rd. Follow signs to the Smokehouse right next to the big white silo.
Reserve 2 Hour Farm Pass
PYO at the Pineland Farms Produce Division
Open late June-August 7am-1pm
2 Hour Farm Pass
Purchase online to reserve a time slot.
Reserve 2 Hour Farm Pass
$5/Children (3 and above)
FREE/Children (2 and below)
FREE (with pass purchase)/Farm Season Pass Holders
Program & Event Tickets
All programs require online pre-registration. Please note: Educator led activities require all participants to wear masks. Group sizes are limited to 10 people. Classes meet outside of the Education Barn in the Family Farmyard.
Purchase at the Outdoor Center
15 Farm View Dr., New Gloucester, Maine (207) 688.6599
(right below the Market along Farm View Drive)
At The Market and Welcome Center, you’ll find:Pineland’s Visitors Guide
- Information on scheduled events, education programs, farms, gardens and hiking trails
- Maps of the trails and campus
- Cafe, Farm-fresh products and Maine-made merchandise
Next, head out on your Pineland Farms adventure.
Continue past the Market down Farm View Drive and take your first left onto Valley Farm Road. Continue on Valley Farm Road past the greenhouse and dairy barns until you see the Smokehouse (the building on the right hand side with the white silo). The Smokehouse is where you will purchase your Visitor Passes for a self-guided tour of our sustainable farms. You’ll receive a map to help you along your way. On the Farm you can explore our Family Farmyard, working dairy and poultry barns, as well as interact with farming exhibits at the Education Center.
If you’re visiting for recreation, stop by the Outdoor Center.
Located just below the Market, you’ll find information about our trails that are free to explore during the warmer months (trail passes for cross country skiing are required in winter), and all other recreation passes and rentals (for disc golf, biking, snowshoeing etc.). Pineland Farms has fun activities for the whole family every season of the year.
We are handicap accessible, and strollers are recommended for our younger visitors.
- Trails are free to hike in the spring, summer and fall, biking (requires a pass). In the winter months trail passes are required to use our groomed cross country skiing , snowshoe and fat bike trails.
- Bring a group of friends, a compass and try orienteering on 2,500 acres of mapped courses.
- Sledding & ice skating is free to the public. Sled rentals are available at the Outdoor Center.
- Play disc golf on our two 18 hole courses.
- Our fields and forests provide excellent habitat for birds, so bring your binoculars for some great bird watching opportunities.
- In the fall, brave our 4-acre corn maze on the farm.
- The Garden at Pineland Farms is located at the corner of Rt. 231 & Freeport Rd. and is open May through November, from dawn to dusk. It was recently named one of the top ten favorite public gardens in People Places & Plants magazine. The Garden is also a great place for a picnic.
- Our pond on Route 231 is stocked for fishing (you’ll need a license) and is maintained for skating when weather permits.
- Tennis courts are open from dawn to dusk during the spring, summer and fall.
- A self-guided walking tour of the farm is available – ask for a brochure at the Smokehouse.
- Late June-August Pick-Your-Own strawberries, peas, blueberries and raspberries at the Produce Division 752 Mayall Road New Gloucester, Maine.
When it’s time to head home, stop back at The Market and Welcome Center.
We hope you enjoy your visit, and that you’ll come back again soon!