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Andrews' Scenic Acres, Halton Hills
(4.3/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
Andrews' Scenic Acres is located in Halton Hills. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Georgetown holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Andrews' Scenic Acres and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We had a tractor ride, picked raspberries, visited the haunted trail, picked mini pumpkins in the field under a beautiful bright moon....all with an amazing knowledgeable tour guide. The visit to the ...  more »
  • The store has a great variety of baked and jar goods, from apple to pumpkin to maple and beyond. Attached is also Scotch Block Winery, with a nice variety of their local sweet and fruity wines. 
  • I see a lot of people going for the you-pick part of this farm. Seems like fun and people seem to enjoy themselves. I shop the store which has great jams, pies, and other goodie. Top quality. The wine...  more »
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  • Very great experience with our 13 month old. Inexpensive admission, great selection of pumpkins, activities, staff were kind and welcoming! It was a wonderful day and we plan to return in the spring and summer, really glad to have found this little gem of a family farm!
  • Great farm where you can go pick fruits and vegetables (apples, grapes, strawberries, pumpkins, etc), or just pass the day in the picnic area. There is also a store with a lot of good quality products like pies, jams, wines, fruits and vegetables. We've been there a couple of times and my son always has fun feeding animals and walking around the farm. It gets a little too busy sometimes but it's a nice place to relax and enjoy nature.
  • Great place to visit. Even in November. Weather was fantastic. We had a very relaxed walk around the farm. And of course we stopped at the store and bought apples, raspberry and buckwheat honey, and of course apples.
  • We went to pick strawberries, we brought our own baskets so we wouldn't be charged for theirs...and somehow it came to $5 per qt. We could have gotten them in the market at the front gate for $5.50. most pick your own have much better prices than that. I felt ripped off. But the berries were goof and the frozen yogurt was delicious. Next year I 'll drive to Hamilton or Markham for properly priced pick your own berries. 6qts for $30 is just a rip off... especially when I 'm the one picking them!!!
  • Been coming here for 20 years! Always amazing. Love you Bert! I will miss the white currants!. I laugh at all these bad reviews "blueberries were too small" "no indication of best spots to pick strawberries" .. Blueberries are the easiest to pick - 1 quart per 8 minutes of picking. Part of the fun is to find your favorite strawberry picking area! They also have a wagon that takes you direcly to the strawberry areas!! jeeezzz