The apple Cider was very good and the apple cider doughnuts were also good. The views were beautiful and the playground was a nice touch. I was also pleased with the variety of non-apple jams and jellies available as well as apple products as expected.
I was very disappointed to discover there were no public bathrooms! Only port-a-potties. I had to go but just couldn't stomach it talk less of letting my little girl attempt to use one. The picnic tables were very rickety, it'd be safer to just spread a blanket on the ground. The Hayride (junkyard tractor pull) was so disappointing I'm glad it was only $2 a person. They don't accept Debit Cards but do have an ATM tucked away in the back corner.
The only reason I'd return would be to buy the preserves, jams, or jellies assuming I like them when I try them. I honestly can't think of another reason to return. The staff seemed to do ok at tolerating visitors but weren't very friendly. Right now it's free to enter and there is a free samples table. Only reason I'd recommend them is that they have the fruit spreads I was looking for. Aside from that, there's not enough to justify another trip.
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