Crossroad Farm / Taylor Floodplain

Crossroad Farm / Taylor Floodplain

Fairlee, Vermont 05045

Official Website
Taylor Floodplain Preserve Management Plan publication

Birds of Interest

Snipe, woodcock, bobolink, song sparrow, catbird, nesting kingfisher, merganser, common loon, veery, Savannah sparrow, alder flycatcher, barn swallow, chipping sparrow, warbling vireo, goldfinch, ovenbird, mourning dove, starling, red wing blackbird, chimney swift, tufted titmouse, blue jay, kingbird, common yellowthroat, indigo bunting, red-eyed vireo, chestnut-sided warbler, black-throated green warbler, mourning warbler, redstart, ruby-throated hummingbird, rose-breasted grosbeak, hairy woodpecker, pileated woodpecker, phoebe, white-breasted nuthatch, nesting mallard, cardinal, downy woodpecker, northern flicker, least flycatcher, black and white warbler, cedar waxwing, kildeer, white-throated sparrow, song sparrow, chickadee, broad-winged hawk, ruffed grouse.

About this Location

Crossroad Farm is a sixty-acre vegetable farm just west of Lake Fairlee. For over 40 years the extended family and crew have been practicing sustainable agriculture. They grow a wide variety of vegetables, specializing in greens and tomatoes, as well as strawberries, melons, flowers, and bedding plants. You can find local, seasonal produce at both of the farm stands, in Post Mills and in Norwich. The farm also delivers to many restaurants, the Coop Food Stores, and summer camps throughout the Upper Valley.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

Content from Official Website

Last updated October 9, 2023