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Wether you are going with family, on a date, or solo, each season has something for everyone. Their local grown fruits and vegetables are second to none. Fall season Cider Donuts fresh-made and rolled in cinnamon and sugar are a favorite with warm apple cider.
I always have the greatest time when I go to Connors Farm with my kids! We started with just apple picking, then we ended up having a birthday party there and now we always attend their festivals in the fall! It is a great time...More
We paid $50 for two people to stand in line for two and a half hours to shoot zombies. When we finally got to get on the hayride there were only about 6 to 8 zombies to actually shoot, and by that point my fingers...More
Went with two boys (ages 6 & 9) and they had a very good time. Hard to get them to leave. Did the corn maze which was OK, the boys loved the small mechanical bullride they had. Plus they had a bunch of other small...More
Dress warm and be prepared for a very long wait! We waited 2.5 hours in a long line in almost complete darkness, complaining with the other zombie warriors. The one benefit to fight the frigid temps was taking turns going and standing by the campfire....More
I went here with my family - three children under 5 years old. Reading the other reviews, I am not sure what people expect. I am rating this as a FARM with fall activities. With those guidelines and expectations I was very pleased. We are...More
I visited the farm yesterday for Columbus Day with my two children ages 4 and 8. I arrived around 12 noon and the place was already crowded. From the moment we walked in, I just knew it was going to be madness. The lines were...More
We had a very fun family visit on Columbus Day. Corn maze and plenty to do! Kept us all busy taking pictures, riding "horse" tire swings... Etc. We got there early and we're glad we did. But the time we left the line was at...More