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Andrews' Scenic Acres, Halton Hills

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#4 of 6 in Outdoors in Halton Hills
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3.8
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  • We used to go to this farm for the last 14 years. The previous owners managed to run this farm for 37 years with no entrance fees and it was always a nice atmosphere around ,workers helpful and happy....  more »
  • This place used to be ok but they now charge an entrance fee of 5$ and it doesn't go towards what u pick. To add to that there was barely any berries to even pick! So why am I paying to go in somewher...  more »
  • There is a head charge of $5- $6 per person (today it was $5) and it is not worth visiting this place when they don't apply the head charge to the strawberries you pick!! We were a family of 5 paying ...  more »
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  • Dogs are no longer allowed on the property - unpleasant surprise right at the door. Strawberries were completely picked out and the website does not reflect this whatsoever. No email sent to those subscribed for updates either. Nobody available to pick up the phone to get current updates. Admission fees appeared to be arbitrary looking at other peoples reviews. New management is careless and therefore will lose their customers super fast. We have been coming to this farm for years and clearly a farmer can run it far better than a businessman. Charging people for family picnics and bringing your own food is a bizarre practice unless a lawyer or investors group bought this place. Change the name from Andrews Scenic Acres to Hand Over Your Wallet and Leave.
  • Really great place. Staff is super friendly and helpful, their fruits taste absolutely amazing! If you're looking to go picking for a specific fruit like strawberries I do recommend going as soon as the season starts as many people go here and there won't be much to choose from later on (they do have already picked fruit inside where the registers are if you rather get that)
  • Took some guest frm US paid 40 bucks to enter only to realize that there were hardly any strawberries or cherries to pick. Had to pay 30 dollars more for whatever we could pick. It was total ripoff. Won't be recommending to anyone nor would we ever go back again
  • You now have to pay $5 per person just to get in(ages 3 and up). If you are just picking berries go somewhere else that doesn't charge to get in. The only additional activities are a run down park/picnic area. There is a tractor ride to the field but it's only a 500m walk from the gate. If you want additional activities go to springridge farm where the admission is worth it. Aside from blatant gouging at the gate, strawberry picking was good.
  • This used to be an great place but now they charge you $5 to just enter the farm. Unfriendly staff that don't make you feel welcome. There were no strawberries when my family and I came this year and no notice of that on any website of theirs.

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