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They offer a ton of stuff to do and geared for all ages. Food was great but be prepared to WAIT. Seems like no matter what we were ordering it took a long time. Also they need to rethink their staffing. If the lady (...More
My friends and I decided to try out Connors Farm over the long weekend. We had never been but wanted to go somewhere for apple picking, pumpkin picking, and other fall activities.
This place goes above and beyond! General admission is about $14 which includes...More
Living in New England there's no shortage of "family farms" to entertain the kids where you can play in a corn maze, take a hay ride, enjoy the cider donuts. We've lived in the area 15 years but never knew Connor Farm existed, so we...More
Really enjoyed their fresh cider donuts and haunted farm attraction. The actors in the haunted farm are just awesome. I recommend bringing a date! Just a quick note, be ready to wait on line and avoid the port-a-potties at all costs.
Finally. Found a farm that lives up to it's name. Everything was good, from the hayride, to the pig race, food and entertainment. Wonderful place to visit. You can also bring your own lunch and snacks.
Have been a customer for over 40 years. Things I like? Extra fresh veggies, and what's not grown right there, is also available. Nothing better than local sweet strawberries, and they'll also offer you fresh shortcakes and pressurized whipped cream for a fabulous dessert. ....More
I went to Connors Farm to experience the haunted maze and the infamous Zombie paintball.
I bought tickets there, which was a little confusing, but managed to get skip the line tickets. The skip the line tickets were a good investment, as even with the...More
Yum. The best corn and fresh, local veggies and fruit. The owners are conscientious local farmers. They have "pick your own" strawberries, apples, etc. and fun for the kids. I go for corn, strawberries, zucchini, green beans, and did I say corn?
I went to Clark Farm to specifically get fresh produce. The fresh corn was sweet and delicious. I ended up returning numerous times more to purchase more because it was the best tasting fresh corn we had found.