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Cherry Point Farm and Market

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andi_editor wrote a review Sep 2020
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This is a great little stop to make along the scenic drive of B15 (Buchanan Rd). The shop has delicious cherry treats to offer (the cherry strudel is excellent/our recommendation!) as well as an assortment of gift items and apparel. There was fresh produce out front as well for sale. We walked around the garden a bit as well, which was lovely.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Responded Sep 2, 2020
Thank you for your visit and nice words!
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ImmerWandern wrote a review Aug 2020
Palos Heights, Illinois6,589 contributions567 helpful votes
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We first visited Cherry Point Farm almost 10 years ago and were impressed by their lavender fields and herb garden. The fresh fruit was great too. We then resolved that if we were in the area again we would drop by. So we made a point to to visit on our trip north to Mackinac Island. We were aware that their lavender labyrinth had been practically destroyed by the winter of 2019 and had a way to go before reaching its former glory, but we visited anyway. We did not regret it. There were still rows of lavender by the parking lot, between the orchard and the trees lining Buchanan Road. There was fresh fruit and veggies for sale as were their pastries. The herb garden at the center of the maze was in full bloom, with bees and butterflies busily getting their fill of pollen. Then we heard a different buzz and spotted the hummingbirds. There were no other visitors at the herb garden when we arrived so it was pleasant to not wear a mask and savor the intermittent fragrances of the flowers. We wore the masks at the store, as did the proprietors and other shoppers. Use of hand sanitizer was requested and there were dispensers in front of the market. There were the herb and lavender-based products such soaps and lotions. Lots of fruit preserves such as jams and jellies. They offered a load of baked goods including pies, turnovers, cookies, muffins, and donuts. We bought fresh cherries and cherry turnovers. They offer dining such Tuesday Tea for groups of 12-15 that reserved ahead of time. We walked past their fish boil station; the fish boil takes place Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings in July and August and on other days as specified on their website. We will definitely be back should our travels take us to the region and hopefully it will not take close to a decade before we do so. And hopefully the lavender will have been restored to their former glory. Definitely check out Cherry Point Farm and Market when in that neck of the woods.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Responded Aug 12, 2020
Thank you so much for your visits and taking the time to write such a nice, informative review. We truly appreciate it.
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Samantha J wrote a review Jul 2020
Cincinnati, Ohio301 contributions76 helpful votes
The market is good. Delicious cookies, both chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin, and Kimmel bread. Cherries are fresh. Lunches are even better! Had white fish soup, tomato basil soup, salad, cherry must sandwich, and Turkey sandwich. SO good. Worth the wait but everything is made fresh. The herb garden was breathtaking to walk through but lavender garden is growing back after polar vortex.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Responded Aug 12, 2020
We are so glad you enjoyed so much of what we have to offer! Thank you for your business and kind words.
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AbrahamGroat wrote a review Jan 2020
Grand Rapids, Michigan6 contributions1 helpful vote
My family has travelled to this area every Summer for as long as I can remember, and we always stop at this place. They have all sorts of produce, and souvenirs related to the area. I don't know what else to say. Some people base there views based on the labyrinth. It is nice to look at, but I mostly love the place for the shop. Maybe I'm biased because of sentiment, but I love the place.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Responded Aug 12, 2020
Your kind comments sum up the majority of our guests. We look forward to seeing them year after year and watching their families grow. Thank you.
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Myra R wrote a review Oct 2019
Savannah, Georgia34 contributions6 helpful votes
Labryrinth was so beautiful, lots flowers, herbs, spices. Learned many herbs and spices didn't know existed. Nice Farmers Market and bakery.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Responded Aug 12, 2020
We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your visit. Thank you so much!
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