Copy of Copy of Copy of JUNE 2018 foodtr

The food truck is closed for the season and will reopen in the Spring! Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am - 4 pm. Hours subject to change based on weather and may expand during summer/fall months. 

Fall Sample Menu


Harvest Bowl - $8.75
Assorted greens, chopped apples, red onion, feta and homemade apple cider vinaigrette. Gluten free. Add scoop of shredded street taco chicken +$3.

Popcorn Chicken Basket - $10
Crispy popcorn chicken bites and fries.


Mexican Street Tacos - $8.50
Twin corn tortillas with shredded chicken and corn salsa topped with street sauce and cojita cheese. May be made gluten-free. Add fries +$3.

Mac n’ Cheese - $5
Cup of cheesy goodness.

Classic Dog n' Fries - $7.50
Antibiotic-free hot dog and bun served with tractor fries in your flavor: plain, rosemary sea salt or cajun spices.

Little Farmer's Barnyard Box - $8.50
Antibiotic free hot dog and bun with tractor fries, fruit snacks and juice box.

Tractor Fries - $5
Straight cut fries seasoned with plain, rosemary sea salt or cajun spices.

Soup of the Day/Cup of Chili - $5

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade $4

Seasonal Fruit Lemonade $4.50

Cold & Hot Cider - $3.50

Bottled Water $1.50

Assorted Sodas $2

Hard Serve Ice Cream

Assorted seasonal flavors.

1 scoop - $3.50

2 scoops - $5

Wicked Maine Pops - $3.50

Assorted, organic, all natural frozen treats.

Pricing does not include meal tax 6.25%. Prices and options subject to change. Please be sure to inform food truck staff of any allergies.

People love it!


Tanya D.

“Made to order! 

We enjoyed two Sauerkraut dogs with large, cold apple ciders. 

Everything was fresh and delicious. Definitely try the cider mustard, SO good! The toasted bread was perfection! They definitely take pride in what they sell...

Great food and service!”



“So much more than apple picking in the fall. Went for late lunch on a sunny Saturday afternoon with my husband. Sat at a picnic table and had amazingly fresh and healthy food from the food trailer. Large portions of locally sourced food. So good. Lots of families hanging out and listening to live music, playing giant jenga, and more while we sat and sipped our hard cider made by Cider Hill. A gem in Amesbury.”


Jennifer E.

“After an hour or so of apple picking, you may be getting a little hungry, and what is more perfect on a crisp fall morning than a fresh cider donut and cup of hot cider?  I'm not even a huge sweets fan, but their donuts are just so very good and made in house. They have a large country store filled with various fruits, veggies, baked goods and other treats.  Many of their produce are picked right on their farm.  I would say that it has been my favorite apple picking experience in New England...”