Wells, Maine

Spiller Farm


category : Farms/Working
Fruit and veg Farm. U-pick strawberries raspberries, peaches apples and vegetables. Hay rides, pumpking picking and farm animals to visit, Open June through October.


Address: 1123 Branch Rd.
Phone: (207) 985-2575

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