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Experience country life at Montreal's closest interactive farm

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Tyler Jadah May 28, 2018 2:54 pm 122

Find that sometimes the constant buzz of the big city can be draining? Trade your slacks and button-up shirt for a straw hat and overalls.

Take a quick drive out to Île-Perrot and enjoy a variety of farmyard activities at Quinn Farm.

It’s asparagus season, y’all!

Quinn Farms has a variety of fruits and vegetables to pick when in season. They offer strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, apples, corn, pumpkins, squash, and Christmas trees.

The farm also has indoor and outdoor animals situated in both stables and barns for visitors to see including pigs, sheep, chickens, turkey, rabbits, and cows.

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The farm’s bakery barn sells pies, muffins, bread, cookies, and jams, all locally made.

They also carry a variety of local products like meat, eggs, cheese, and oils, as well as the farm’s bakery sells pies, muffins, bread, and jams.

Check back throughout the year because Quinn Farms offers different activities depending on the season. These range from sap collecting, maple syrup making, apple and pumping picking, easter egg hunts, and sheep shearing.

The farm is open from March 3 – May 13 only on weekends and from May 14 – June 22, it’s open 7 days a week. Picking season starts on June 22 until November 18.

Quinn Farms

When: Open year round

Time: 9 am – 5 pm

Where: 2495 Boulevard Perrot, Île-Perrot

Cost: $2 per person on weekdays and $5 per person on weekends, payable at the farm’s gates

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Tyler Jadah
I've spent the majority of my life looking for the cool side of the pillow and Tupperware lids.

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