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Hundred of hours of work by dozens of volunteers since 2002.

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of Hilltop Farm.

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Eagles nest on the property.

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Hundred of hours of work by dozens of volunteers since 2002.

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Fun Ways to Learn about Nature and Exercise at Hilltop Farm
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At Hilltop Farm there’s so much to do and learn.

  • Enroll your children in Summer Nature Programs

  • Visit our Creamery

  • Fly a kite on a windy knoll

  • Register for exhilarating yoga classes

  • Walk your dog on our well-trodden paths

  • Hike vigorously to the Connecticut River with your kids

  • Crouch open-eyed in our butterfly and hummingbird gardens

  • Spy silently on nesting bald eagles from our boardwalk viewing scope

  • Glide briskly on your cross-country skis

 

...and much more on 84 acres.

Hilltop is open everyday, year round.

 

What do you want to do today?

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Visit our Farm Store & Creamery 
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Open: Sun. - Tues. Noon to 9 pm

Closed Mondays

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Who We Are

Hilltop Farm was built by Indian Motorcycle co-founder, George Hendee, starting in 1913, as a gentleman’s retirement farm.


Today, The Friends of the Farm at Hilltop (FOFAH), our nonprofit, owns 10.9 acres where the “Big White Barn”,  outbuildings and former Stroh house sit. We lease 76 adjacent, conservation acres from the Town of Suffield through a 21 year agreement.


We’ve been renovating the buildings and maintaining the property since 2004.

 

Our mission is to:

 

  1. Maintain a fun, recreational destination for your entire family to enjoy

  2. Bring this historic farm back to life with crops, animals, conservation areas and hands-on learning opportunities