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Disappointing Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Nov 21, 2014 by: Maryland111 from
Bought a strawberry rhubarb pie here in October but was disappointed that rhubarb and the bottom pie crust wasn't cooked and baked properly. Too crunchy almost like eating fresh celery and the pie bottom was too doey! I do like the produce and local honey, but cannot say i will go out of my way to visit. Many unique locally and Maryland produced food stuffs.
Hayride at night with bonfire. + s'mores
Nov 11, 2014 by: AngieB234 from
A bit challenging to get to at night due to the dark country roads , but you will be delighted with the Well lit country market with a large selection of apples, homemade jams and pies. We started out with a hayride throughout the farm a bit on the creepy, cheesy side with some skeletons and scarecrow ghostly displays , nothing too gory or scary.You then end up at your campfire site with a roaring fire to chase away the winter cold, perfect for s'mores. Make sure you bring a flashlight or lamp and a blanket or two. They provide you with a picnic table but bring a few ca chairs f you want to sit by the fire . Best part you can bring in your own food and drinks.
Nov 03, 2014 by: dctechno from MD
Excellent apples! The honeycrisp is my favorite this season. Not the cheapest around, but the products are quality! The pies are good too! Bring the family and enjoy a day at the orchard!
Lotta variety, not much value
Nov 03, 2014 by: zich6 from Germantown, Maryland
The staff is great, the location charming, but oy, the prices. You can easily pay over $100 for Christmas tree and they grow their own. That said, they are one of the only places that have trees over 8'.
Pumpkin Harvest Festival - not for Toddlers
Oct 28, 2014 by: MissTeddi from Florida
My 2 year old had a very dangerous experience today at the harvest festival. The site claims it is for ages 2 and up and on a Tuesday Morning I figured it would be a lot of small people out getting pumpkins and enjoying the sunshine. This was not the case. Apparently there were school groups there? Lots of older kids including teenagers and no one was being watched. My daughter got pushed down the slide (on purpose) and kicked in the face by a 15 year old after repeatedly being asked to leave the little one alone. There was no area to escape all these older children. The line for the hay ride was over an hour wait and so we decided to give up in favor of safety. No refund was available and we ended up leaving with a little $.25 pumpkin because we couldn't get up to the field. For $7 this isn't ok. If you are going to host school groups - I think you should do it at a time you aren't also hosting the public - or keep them separated, or at least chaperoned, or at LEAST provide enough hay wagons. The level of safety they provided was unacceptable. Poor planning. There are a lot of really nice pumpkin FARMS in the area. We will go someplace else in the future. Also - there was no food as advertised.
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