We decided to try Connor's Farm with our children on a whim. First of all you should know that this is not a traditional New England apple picking farm experience. It was chaotic and crowded on arrival. We entered the store area and had to be directed by strangers as to where we needed to head to buy a bag to pick apples. When we finally got in line the girl was curt and didn't seem thrilled about explaining how we make our purchase. It ended up costing $14 per person (including children) to enter the farm and we had to purchase a medium sized bag of Apple's (they would not sell us the small bag because we obituary to adults in our party... weird policy, let people but what they want!) In total we paid $80 to get in. There was an older rude lady at the front that snapped at us to move out of the way a few times when we were getting our wristbands. She was nasty and shouldn't be working around families. Once In the farm area there were a lot of things to do. There were some animals (chickens, pigs, donkeys, geese and ducks), areas to toss baseballs, footballs, and basketballs, wagon rides, Apple Shooters, Pedal Cars, a bouncy area, a corn maze, and a playground type area. It was VERY crowded and overwhelming. The place seems disorganized and understaffed. Its sort of chaotic. Expect lines for activities on a weekend. We did not eat inside (lines for food were long) But We bought some $2 waters. When we got to the orchard section almost all the apples were on the ground, not much to pick for small kids. The apples were small and trees unmarked. No idea what type they are. Certainly not our favorite apple experience. Some people were being searched for apples at the exit, but not us. Finally, if you have a bee allergy beware! The whole farm was full of bees and hornets and we saw four people stung.
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