Welcome to Johnson’s Corner Farm
A lot has changed since Bill and Bette Johnson pulled the first “Iced Corn” wagon to the corner of Church and Hartford roads in Medford, New Jersey. However our goals remain the same. We strive to provide the highest quality sweet corn, Jersey produce, pies, baked goods and farm experience for your family or group.
We are known for our Hayrides to pick your own pumpkins, apples, strawberries, blueberries, peaches and sweet corn. Johnson’s was voted “Best Fall Activity” by Philadelphia magazine.
Check out our calendar on our Family Activities page.
These activities are also available for your school or group on our Field Trip page.
Sign up for our Farm News e-mail so we can keep you informed as the seasons change and picking schedules for picking pumpkins, apples, blueberries and more.
Our Bakery and Farm Kitchen produce award winning pies, cobblers, muffins and cider donuts for you to enjoy. We were voted “Best of the Best” for our Apple Pie by South Jersey Magazine. Take a look at our menu or even place an order online at our Bakery and Farm Kitchen page.
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JOHNSON’S FARM AT LOCUST HALL OPENING SEPTEMBER 2014
2691 Monmouth Rd(Rt 537) Jobstown NJ 08041
Johnsons Corner Farm of Medford New Jersey announces the opening of our second location in Jobstown New Jersey. Johnsons Farm at Locust Hall is located at the northern tip of Burlington County. We can now conveniently serve Monmouth, Mercer, Middlesex and Somerset County schools and families. Our new 300 acre historic farm will open for the Fall harvest in September through October with Pumpkin Picking Hayrides, age appropriate corn mazes, farm animals to see and feed and a covered picnic area for your groups and families. All in a setting filled with history and agricultural beauty. Acres of apples will be planted this spring for your picking in the near future. Come join us this fall!
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We consider our farms to be a gifts from God, and we look forward to sharing it with you.
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