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Blue Jay Orchard is a 140 acre farm in the town of Bethel that offers the finest selections of apples, applesauce, apple butter, and cider. In September and October, come and enjoy picking pumpkins from their pumpkin patch.

In the gift store, you will find delicious made apple and fruit pies, which are made right on the premises. Decide if you want to design your own basket, which comes in all shapes and sizes, or have it designed by a talented staff member. This makes gift purchases fun and easy.

This farmland dates back to 1934, when it was purchased by Mr. Josephy who later sold it in 1985. This farm became the first to be preserved farm land in the State of Connecticut.

Location: 125 Plumtrees Rd., Bethel Connecticut 06801 Telephone 203-748-0119

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