The site of Five Fields Farm was settled by Enoch Perley and his family in 1776. Operating as a diversified farm for 130 years, it was set to apple trees in the late 1920s by John Gyger. The farm derives its name from the first five fields planted as orchards.
Surrounded by woodlots and abutting 480 acres of land preserved by the Loon Echo Land Trust, we have the distinction of being the highest farmland and one of the largest orchards in Cumberland County.
We offer many varieties of apples. You can pick your own fruit, or choose from a selection of ready picked. We invite you to enjoy snowshoe hiking and skiing on our machine-groomed and backcountry trails, all just 10 minutes from Bridgton, Maine.
Paulared, Gingergold, McIntosh, Cortland, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Lady
County – Cumberland
Five Fields Farm
720 South Bridgton Road
Bridgton, ME, 04009