Bakeries & Ice Cream Shops

  • The Apple Place

    The Apple Place is a family owned farm featuring a classic New England farm stand and an old fashioned ice cream shop! They have an onsite bakery with items like cider donuts, a variety of pies and pastries that rotate daily including cinnamon buns, scones, muffins, breads and more! They also serve hot and iced coffee including the popular frozen Java or non-coffee options like the Creamster! They also serve up locally churned ice cream from Maple Valley Creamery in South Hadley like salted caramel truffle and graham cracker crunch, as well as a selection of Shakes! And if that's not enough, they have games for the family and a mini farm with chickens and pigs. Plus, apples and peaches in season, and locally sourced fruits and veggies! They're open Wednesday-Saturday from 9am-8pm, and Sunday's from 11am-8pm.


  • McKinstry's Market Garden

    McKinstry's Market Garden is a 7th generation, family owned farm in Chicopee, MA! Known for their corn, they offer 40 different varieties during the summer months. But that's not all, they are open year round and offer fresh fruits and vegetables, including from their own green houses and local farmland when in season. They also sell potted flowers for the holidays and starter flower and vegetable plants for the planting season. Mckinstry's Market Garden also has an onsite bakery known for their cider donuts and other great varieties of baked goods. Plus, they have an onsite ice cream shop for those anytime cravings or hot summer days. McKinstry's Market Garden is CISA certified and is a HIPP and SNAP Retailer. Make it your go to for your gardening needs, fresh farm fruit and veggies and more! And enjoy the fresh farm to table that generations have enjoyed.

    753 Montgomery Street
    Chicopee MA 01013


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