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Hurd's Family Farm

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epcab wrote a review Sep 2020
Queens, New York195 contributions19 helpful votes
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First time 🍎 Picking. Covid time. Masks definitely enforced. Furry family 🐶🐾 allowed. Social distancing not a problem on a 120 acre farm. There are very family friendly activities. And unlike other farms around the area, Hurd’s does not require an entrance fee or a one bag per 🍎picker policy. Got enough apples to last us 2 wks w one small apple bag. There’s ample parking too. Maybe they have more on the menu but did not get to see/try their cafe. Bought a pack of cider donuts before our hay ride but i suggest skip it if not warm - only get fresh from the oven cider donuts. Learned there’s a way to pick apples. And had a taste of crisp Ginger Gold 🍏 for the first time. Really good! Fresh air, Easy walk, Sunny weather, Easy on the pocket. Loved our time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sydney C wrote a review Oct 2019
New Paltz, New York75 contributions5 helpful votes
Honestly the best apple picking in the Hudson Valley. They are cheap (cheapest bag is $8 and you can share it) and they have a lot of land and lots of activities. I went with my girlfriend and we were each able to walk around and pick apples for hours for $4 each! They also have corn mazes, obstacle courses, trampolines, fish feeding, pumpkin picking, and a corn maze (some are an extra ticket price). My only complaint is that they do not sell any baked goods other than cider donuts. No pies y’all.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Cindy W wrote a review Oct 2019
50 contributions10 helpful votes
Besides apple picking - there are many activities for all to enjoy. There are animals to pet, rides through the orchard, obstacle course, pony rides, bouncing pillow, apple launcher, gem finder, trails in the woods and a playground. The apple launcher was a favorite of the five year old and the pony ride was the four year olds favorite. The enclosed playground for the toddlers was great because they could run around and then play in a giant sandbox with lots of toys to play and dig with. There was a giant slide that we all had fun sliding down and an obstacle course that all enjoyed. A cow train ride through the orchards is fun for the kids and all can take a hay ride through the orchards as well. There is a giant bounce pillow where you can jump to your hearts delight! With so many activities for all ages to enjoy - Hurd’s Farm is a great family fall adventure! Have fun! But be sure to get there early as all the fun stops at 5 PM! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Megan Dean wrote a review Apr 2019
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We enjoyed running through the corn maze, picking a vast variety of apples and nature walk with our family from maryland. The apple cider slushies were fresh and donuts delicious! Staff was friendly and accomidating. We learned many interesting facts about how pumpkins, apples and corn grow and how much work goes into running a farm. We will definetly visit again.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Veronica C wrote a review Sep 2018
Woodstock, New York41 contributions23 helpful votes
We went to Hurd’s Family Fun as grandparent observers of fun with our two daughters and two grandchildren. The activities were just right for our 4 and 5 year old grandchildren: bouncy pillow, cow train, super slide, obstacle course, apple launcher, playground and gem mining. Wrist bands for everyone over 3 years old costs $15. You must buy a Hurds Family Farm bag for the apples you pick $8-$12 depending upon size. Pony rides$6. Gem Mining $6-$8. Buy a bottle of apple cider and need a cup to share it? That will be an extra $1 for each empty plastic cup. “We can’t just give cups away”, the young girl at the register said. All staff was friendly and helpful. My advice: bring your own food and plastic cups, wear boots and unless your kids are very little and need help with the activities, there is no need for adults to pay for a wristband.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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