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Great place to take the young children, many animals that you can feed, nice store with apple spice donuts and many fresh jams, jellies, Home grown vegetables and fruit and great apple picking in the fall.i have taken my grandchildren there many times, a great...More
This has to be the worst apple picking experience I've ever had. First of all, none of the orchards are labeled but I assume they are 99% macintosh apples. I did see a few golden delicious apple trees. So, if you're not into macs then...More
I went apple picking with my niece's young teenage children. We paid $18 each for 2 bags and were expecting to be able to pick from several varieties of apples. However, we only came across acres of McIntosh. We saw no other varieties. Only "Macs"...More
Very poor compared to last year. Less effort on the kids area, far far fewer pumpkins available, aggressive signage, and miserable looking staff.
Sad, because I’ve been coming here for years. We won’t be hurrying back.
It was my first time here this weekend and the apple picking was underwhelming. You pay per bag and one very small bag was $10. They restricted the apple picking to one section of the orchard and there was only one kind of apple available...More
We took the preschooler to pick blueberries last Saturday. In less than an hour, the three of us picked 2 pints of yummy sweet blueberries. The farm also had a play area for little ones to play on see saws, climb on farm gear. Please...More
Very well organized family orchid that knows how to accommodate large crowds but gives the feel of having it to yourself!
Plenty of apples like all kinds of apples to pick right off the trees. You can buy a bag of different sizes and go...More