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Expensive fun at the pumpkin patch.
Oct 21, 2013 by: Elizabeth M from Kensington
$44 admission for a family of 4. Cash only. $5 for a pony ride. Cash only. $5 for face painting. Cash only. Lunch $40. Cash only. Free ride on the hay wagon to choose a pumpkin. 65 cents a pound. Kids had lots of fun. Bring lots of cash or use their ATMs.
Oct 14, 2013 by: saveroom4dessert from Highland Lakes, NJ
Butler's Orchard is very nice with a wide selection of merchandise. It was very similar to the farms and orchards we are accustomed to in our area. It is definitely worth a visit during the fall harvest season.
Oct 10, 2013 by: thomasdqy from Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA
Went there three four times for strawberry, blueberry and blackberry. Blueberry is our favorite. Sweet and juicy than any store purchases.
Wonderful farm for picking your own
Oct 03, 2013 by: IsabellaMea from Greenbelt, Maryland
I went to pick apples and ended up with two bags of wonderful, delicious apples, within a few minutes! Raspberries were also available but, as it is the end of the season, they weren't quite as plentiful. Still, we ended up with about half a bucket. The lady who greeted us - dressed up as the Great Pumpkin- was great and helped by giving us good, clear directions on how to get back to the apple trees. The apple trees are loaded with apples and it's very easy to go overboard. I plan on freezing nearly 15 lbs of apples I got on this trip!
Lovely day for Apple, Potato, and Pumpkin Picking!I
Sep 29, 2013 by: spootgrl from New York City, New York
I went here just this past Saturday and I had a blast! I went with 4 adults and 4 kids and we were there for at least 2.5 to 3 hours. We spent most of the time picking, picking, picking! The apples were so sweet and delicious. There were only 2 varieties available when I went. Staymen which were plentiful and Golden Delicious which and average to above average available. When we went there were 2 places to find and pick your own pumpkins the kids all spent an hour picking the 'perfect' pumpkin. And we didn't mind because they had so much fun walking the fields, looking at bugs and deciding whether or not a perfect roundness trumps perfect orange color! Next we moved onto the potatos, they only had white and reds when we were there but they boys had a blast digging around for them. We ended up buying almost 15 pounds of tubers but I am sure its worth it. Last but not least lets not forget the Country Store. We loaded up on the SWEETEST tomatoes and cucumbers. And of course the pies. The apple one was a hit BUT the very berry one was AMAZING!
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