• Welcome sign

    Welcome to Taylor River Side Farm!

  • Tilling the soil

    Tilling the soil

  • Volunteers on the farm

    Volunteers on the farm

  • Old Massey Ferguson Tractor

    Old Massey Ferguson tractor still in use today

  • Farm stand

    Farm stand for PICK-YOUR-OWN customers

  • lima beans

    Taylor’s Standard Pole Lima Beans!

  • Snap Peas

    Snap Peas

  • Growing tomatoes

    Tomatoes growing

  • Heirloom tomatoes

    Heirloom tomatoes!

  • Taylor Wildlife Preserve

    Come walk our trails and enjoy all nature has to offer

Welcome!

Welcome to Taylor River Side Farm.  This picturesque homestead on the Delaware River, in Cinnaminson, New Jersey, has been home to many generations of Taylors.  It all started when Joshua Wright purchased this land in 1720. Dr. Edward Taylor started the long line of Taylors on this land when he married Sarah Merritt, the daughter of Thomasin (nee Wright) and Jacob Merritt, in the late 1780’s. In 2013, Peter and Lily Taylor, with their daughter Abby arrived from Canada to continue the family tradition. Abby represents the 12th generation since Joshua Wright. She represents the 9th generation of Taylors to live on the land.

The new Taylors on the farm are embarking on a farming adventure! Master gardener, Lee Colley, who moved to the homestead in 2013 with his family, brings his passion and expertise to the farming operation. Lee is committed to the tradition of sustainable agriculture and has introduced several heirloom varieties of vegetables to the farm.

Taylor River Side Farm is dedicated to growing nutritious and delicious food in a family friendly, Earth friendly, naturally beautiful, New Jersey setting, just 15 miles upriver from Philadelphia.

Here’s what you’ll find on our website:

  • Daily Ops — A place to read about what’s happening and what’s growing. In the Ground lets you know what we’ve planted and when it’ll be ready for harvest.
  • Interactive — We invite family, friends, and visitors to share their experiences past and present on the dedicated Share With Us page.
  • The Past and Present — We’ll post historic photos as well as more recent ones depicting our farm operations on the History and Photos pages.

Blog

Pumpkins and Winter Squash!

Pumpkins and Winter Squash!

We've got a large array of pumpkins and winter squash for Pick-Your-Own and available at our farm stand. There are regular orange pumpkins of all sizes, Gooseneck Squash, Blue and Orange Hubbard Squash, Butternut Squash, and Spaghetti Squash. Also, from...

Pick Your Own update

Come on by and Pick Your Own sauce tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, eggplant, hot peppers, and flowers. We also have pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. The farm stand is open daily 9am - 6pm.
Follow Us on Instagram!

Follow Us on Instagram!

Yet another way to stay connected to Taylor River Side Farm - we're now on Instagram! (https://www.instagram.com/taylorriversidefarm/?hl=en) Follow us on our Taylor River Side Farm Instagram page to see our photo posts from the farm, wildlife preserve, and events. Click...
Visit us at Merchantville Farmers Market – Saturdays 10am-2pm

Visit us at Merchantville Farmers Market – Saturdays 10am-2pm

So excited to be back at the Merchantville Farmers Market again this year. This community market supports and promotes local farmers, growers and producers of agricultural products and features locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, and packaged foods, weekly entertainment,...

Upcoming Events

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Eat Whole Foods

Eat Whole Foods

SUMMER IS IN FULL SWING!!!!

We’re busy weeding and tending our crops. Some vegetables are available now at our Farm Stand, the blackberries are ready to pick, and more is coming available as it is ready.

Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets

Visit us at the Merchantville Farmers Market this year – 2016!

Check our Events Page to see when we’ll be starting and which days we’ll be attending.

Taylor Wildlife Preserve

Taylor Wildlife Preserve

The Taylor Wildlife Preserve is situated on 85 acres of the Taylor River Side Farm . Come and visit the almost 2 miles of trails that wind through forest, along the Delaware River, and around a wondrous wildlife-filled marsh.