This original Bennett farm has been tilled by six successive generations of Bennetts since 1867. The farmhouse on the property was built in the 1850s when the farm was the seat of a complex consisting of a water-powered gristmill and sawmill known as “Baltimore Mills”. The mill complex dates to the 1780s and is on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1983, the first peach trees were planted on 25 acres of land. In 1987, the pick-your-own operation began, serving locals and visitors alike with such seasonal favorites as white peaches and nectarines. Our operation expanded again in 2011 with our 8 acre blueberry planting that is also now in production.