Red Fire Farm
Tomato Festival Information


Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival information on this Tour De Force of Organic Farming Featuring Massachusetts Best Tomatoes.

In 2001, Ryan Voiland purchased the property from the Hatch/Lyman family. 

As part of this sale the Commonwealth of Massachusetts purchased the development rights for the farmland, assuring that the property will forever be used as farm land.   This also made it affordable for a young and landless farmer to purchase the property and get a start as a full time farmer.

As he started the business, Ryan needed a name. He looked into the history of the place and found that in 1922, a lightning strike fire burned the original barn and farmhouse structures to the ground. 

Our current barn and farmhouse were rebuilt right after that at the end of the American Chestnut era. The main barn is an impressive structure originally built with dairy cows and hay storage in mind.  The beams are made of chestnut and held together with wooden pegs.

When naming the farm, Ryan chose “Red Fire Farm” partly to remember that fire event, and also because ‘New Red Fire’ is the name of his favorite red leaf lettuce variety.


 Red Fire Farm  Tomato Festival  Information

The Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival is held every year in August, the peak of the Massachusetts Tomato Season.  

Find out more on the Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival by contacting
them via the Link below of on Facebook and learn more about:

FESTIVAL DATES, TIME, ADMISSION and LOCATION.


For more information go to the Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival Website.

Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival Site


More! Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival Information

Going!

 Drive there!, Fly there,  Just get there!

The  Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival is 22 min North/Northeast of Springfield MA.  and about 1 1/2 hours away from Boston's Logan Airport. 

Flying in?  A rental car is necessary, but will open up the scope of your adventure.


Staying

No matter where you are coming from, there are quality Hotels, guest houses and B&B's everywhere.  Staying in the Springfield / Granby area is the best choice for great accommodations.  

Be sure to check the hotel map to assure best proximity to the Festival.


Things to Do!

A trip in to the Red Fire Farm Tomato Festival opens up some interesting ideas for a weekender trip.  

Go for a little American History in the New England area, to Boston if looking for a blend of Country life and City life. 

Whatever you choose this is a great area for an end of Summer week long adventure


Enjoy this Year's great selection of Tomato Festivals