We took our niece and nephew here last year at ages 1 and 3, and my husband and I returned by ourselves this year in early October. We loved it both times, but next time will come in September since it was very busy on an October Saturday.
They have a myriad of activities and a large variety of apples. The kids enjoyed the hayride out to the apples, even though you can also walk to the orchard. They have pumpkins you can pick, a country store, free petting zoo. A large playground for the kids. Multiple kids rides you can buy tokens for including a carousel and a train. There is a little restaurant we ate at last year with average food. On the weekends there are christian bands. There are also you-pick raspberries and blackberries which we did this year. Yum.
I think there was a $3 per car entry fee. We bought a 1 peck bag, which is a large bag and I think it was about $13.
All in all not bad for an afternoon of country fun. We'll be back every year!
Note: they are a very christian farm and are closed on Sundays.