Messenger Century Farm
Beautiful, historic 1800s farm is on 66 acres of conserves land. In 1992, the Messenger family entrusted the Belew family to carry on their legacy of farming and their dream of welcoming the people to the farm to enjoy. The Belew family began by adding a horse boarding facility and learning how to make maple syrup. After 20 years in the horse boarding business, they decided to take the farm in a new direction so that more people could experience the farm. Planting 4 acres of you-pick blueberries in 2012 has brought the young and old at heart to the farm. Now you can enjoy the farm all year long!
Maple Syrup season starts in February and ends in March. From the sugar bush to the sugar house to the kitchen table, we love to teach you all about maple syrup!
Blueberry season starts in July. The Belew family offers you-pick or we-pick blueberries. Come to enjoy not just healthy blueberries but time with family and friends!
Messenger Century farm is here for you! There are outdoor spaces for events, company outings, garden clubs, outdoor yoga and more. Take a walk around the 26 acre field. The lake, barn and field make wonderful spots for photos! Call or message to schedule.
The Country Porch store is open daily so you can enjoy maple syrup, blueberry products and other local products all year. The sweetest gifts are local and healthy.
The Belew family, first non-Messenger to own the farm, we will share our amazing story.
Learn the history of Messenger Century Farm from the early 1800’s to the present. Tour the Century barn and sugarhouses. Find out who’s buried on the farm from 1800’s to the present. Why was Messenger Road named Messenger Road? Learn how farming here has changed from the 1800’s. Tours are offered on the hour. Wagon rides available