Pequitside Farm is 33 acres of open space located on Pleasant Street owned by the Canton Conservation Commission. The property is open to the public and contains walking trails, the Canton Conservation Community Gardens, a playground, and picnic areas. The main house, called the Edward J. Lynch, Jr. House, is home to Canton’s Conservation Department, Board of Health, and Community Preservation administrative offices. At the rear of the Lynch house is Tavern room, where many community meetings are held.
Pequitside Farm is available to rent for weddings, showers, fundraisers, cookouts, and meetings. The first floor of the Pequitside Lynch house holds a maximum of 65 people; with larger events require the installation of a tent by a professional tent company. Please see the tab to the right for a detailed rental application, along with contact information to inquire about availability.