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Riamede Farm

#3 of 11 things to do in Chester Features Animals
122 Oakdale Rd, Chester, NJ 07930-2223
+1 908-879-5353
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Been going for 35 years!

This is a simple, no frills farm.... And for some people/families that perfectly ok! I have been... read more

Reviewed October 5, 2013
Ramsey M
Bedminster, New Jersey
Nice farm, good apples

Very simple farm...apples, pumpkins. No hay rides or anything along those lines. Property is well... read more

Reviewed September 30, 2013
New York, NY
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122 Oakdale Rd, Chester, NJ 07930-2223
+1 908-879-5353
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Reviewed October 5, 2013

This is a simple, no frills farm.... And for some people/families that perfectly ok! I have been going to this farm since I was young and now I'm taking my husband and son there, every year. They have free hay rides on weekends to tale...More

2  Thank Ramsey M
Reviewed September 30, 2013

Very simple farm...apples, pumpkins. No hay rides or anything along those lines. Property is well maintained, people are friendly and most importantly, the apples are yummy. The apple cider donuts, especially when warm, and the apple cider are excellent!

Thank Tim&Carly
Reviewed September 8, 2013 via mobile

After apple picking in several different places, we wanted to try Riamede. The first thing that hit a sour note was the fee. Each member of our group was charged $1.00 just to enter. No other orchard we have visited charged. Need a bag for...More

2  Thank NJ_Expat
Riamede F, Owner at Riamede Farm, responded to this reviewResponded September 10, 2013

Within the big picture of apple crops, Riamede has a plentiful and healthy apple crop this year. The super-sweet Ginger Golds were discovered by the crows in late August and may have shown some signs of rot where pecked. The crows do know what's tasty....More

Reviewed September 4, 2013

Lovely small farm that clearly takes pride in its apples. Would recommend it, but if you're looking for mazes and face painting would recommend Alstede's.

1  Thank 92JeanR
Reviewed July 20, 2013

We go every year. I live locally and love to stop by to get the freshest heirloom apples around. Just check the hours of operation, they close promptly. They are friendly and will give you lots of information on the types of apples they carry.

Thank Helen J
Reviewed January 6, 2013

Only open seasonly so make sure you get there in the early fall. Many varieties of apple trees. Pick your own or purchase from the small store. Always a great day of apple picking at Riamede Farm. (Don't forget your pole picker on the way...More

Thank LJinSC
Reviewed November 5, 2012

This is a great place to visit in the fall & get pumpkins, apples, and take pictures. Not too crowded, and frisendly staff.

Reviewed October 10, 2012

In early October, my family and I were visiting from Texas and we went apple picking. We had a wonderful time sampling apples and walking around the farm. We picked and purchases a bag of apples and would have bought some cider, but they didn't...More

Thank Karen B
Reviewed October 4, 2012

Took my adult children there when they had time away from college, so peaceful, organized, and scenic. The lines moved fast, the prices were good and will continue to go there every season until I can no longer drive up (2 hrs)

Thank RiderHockeymom21
Reviewed September 26, 2012

Only red and golden delicious available with a few cortlands. Pumpkins in an authentic patch still on vine. Excellent still warm cider doughnuts. $1.89 a pound for apples. Only downfall is no picnic area. Nice family farm.

Thank Alice R
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Stephanie P
August 30, 2015|
Response from TH8233 | Reviewed this property |
They have many varieties of apples that start to mature now, and then on into late november. If you want to pick a specific type you'd need to call them for specific ripening times. Otherwise, with those dates you mentioned... More