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“A great family outing”
Review of Quinn Farm

Quinn Farm
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed September 28, 2013

We visited Quinn Farm in September with our toddler and had a fantastic time. We went for the apple picking, which was great. There were five types of apple available and they all tasted fantastic.

There is a fun tractor ride to and from the orchard. Back on farm, there are a number of great activities for kids: pony rides, farm animals, a small maze, tricycles and a park area.

Quinn Farm has delicious treats available at the snack stand, including hot dogs served up on their very own buns. There is also a store and bakery with a wide variety of local products.

Thank MissGeorgiana
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Reviewed September 28, 2013

We spent about half of a lovely Fall day here with 2 1/2 year-old twins and a very good time was had by all. We started with a walk through the animal barn and petting a few sheep. The twins were too afraid of the other animals but many people petted the others as well. The children loved the tricycle area and I think we will try to get similar trikes for home - very good quality. A few minutes in the hay house and then a little manual water pumping with an old style pump and then off for a ride in a wagon pulled by a tractor. That took us a few hundred meters to the apple picking area. There were about 4 varieties of apple available so we picked Cortlands to cook and MacIntosh to eat. Then a tractor ride back to the main area and back to see the animals and play on an old tractor before coming home. The twins slept like little logs for 3 hours !
The cost was $5 each, for all of us = $20, plus $20 per medium shopping bag of apples. I find that a bit steep, but there were many apples knocked to the ground, which costs the farm something. Overall, a very pleasant day and we will be back.
To management: 1) a few picnic tables out in the fields, under the trees, and away from the hustle and bustle would be nice. We ate sitting on the ground under an apple tree, but it was a bit damp. 2) it may be time to upgrade the restrooms a bit. I can see an effort being made to keep them clean, but all doors should lock, etc., 3) perhaps a few more animals, ponies, for instance, would be outstanding !

2  Thank jeanlf
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Extremely good pies and services the ladies working there were fantastic, friendly, and welcoming. Cant wait to go back over and over!

Thank Evathediva6
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

we went strawberry picking here in late June. Lots of fun. We will be going back for blueberry and raspberry picking, for sure. A bit pricey, though, compared to otheru-pick locations, because there is a per person fee on top of the price of whatever you pick, however the fee covers the access to a playground and small farmhouse with animals, so that is nice with small children. Delicious baked goods can be purchased in their store. Liked the shortcakes, pumpkin cookies and strawberry muffins, but the berry pie was a bit too sweet. I love this place!

1  Thank CanadianTraveller81
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Reviewed January 5, 2013

We went to Quinn`s farm this past fall...first time in at least 5 years...won`t be rushing back anytime soon.

We found it unbelievable that they charge to get in to the field area...I can`t remember the price to get a wagon ride into the apple orchards...but it was way too much for 5 of us to pay for the ride just to get a sack of apples.

3  Thank Deseacay
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