Johnstons Farm Market
This 2022 Vegetable Season, our Family and Staff are looking forward in continuing to provide You, your Families and Local Communities with Vegetables/Fruit in Season from Our Fields and other Local Farms.
Here at Johnstons Farm We Plant, Grow, Maintain and Harvest A Variety of Vegetables, Strawberries, Vegetable Plants, Herbs, Annuals, Perennials, Cut flowers, Maple Syrup for over 25 years and other local goods such as Baked Goods, Fresh Eggs, Beef, and cheese.
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- Sisi Yun Yang
Great place. Picked strawberries this morning, they are ripe and red. Staff is very friendly. Price is reasonable and no entrance fee for pick-your-own. View is beautiful; could see Rice... read more
February 5, 2021Brenda Lemon
Great produce at reasonable prices with a few things for the kids to do
February 5, 2021Amanda Steinberg
Wonderful, family run farm market. My family has been stopping for corn, pumpkins and any other veg they have on hand since...forever!
February 5, 2018
- Eric Wilson
Stopped by to pick up maple syrup, the farm stand was closed but syrup still available at the front door. Delicious!
February 5, 2020Justin Stayshyn
Great little stand with the freshest selection of vegetables.
We picked up some corn here this evening that was just picked that day and it was the easily the most delicious... read more
February 5, 2021José Ricardo de Mello Brandão
Fresh and high quality products. Butter tart and appfelstrudel are delicious.
September 5, 2021
- Venessa McCracken
Fun. Tons of berries still on the plants, which made picking super fun for the kiddos.
July 5, 2021Shaquille Young (Shaderry)
Great times to be had here! Decided to stop by and pick berries; I was not let down. My family and I had a blast! The staff here were very... read more
February 5, 2020Alysha Jackson
I didn't even know this farm existed until my boy friend and I decided to go a back road drive for the fun of it on day. I was so... read more
November 5, 2021
- Bonnie Jean
Try the pie.
All of the produce was top notch.
October 5, 2021