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Springridge Farm, Milton
(4.2/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Went during the fall festival. Took my 7 month old and my friend with her 5 year old. A lot of fun for the 5 year old. Not much to do with the baby but lots to see so we still had a great time. A litt...  more »
  • My 3.5 year old had a blast at the Harvest Festival.... boo barn,puppet show , slides, hay stacks, hay mountain, wagon ride to corn maze and much more. Go first thing when it opens or else it gets rea...  more »
  • I volunteered to go to Springridge Farm with my daughter's kindergarten class and had a great time. I had been there 6-7 years before I had my first child, but it was a cold day back then and I only w...  more »
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  • It's a good place to bring your kids. They will enjoy couple of amenities that have. There's a free train ride around the establishment. Most kids seem enjoy their visit here.
  • Great place for kids. It's open Nov and Dec and free to visitors. My kids love this place. Food is a bit pricy for the value, but great overall environment.
  • This is one BUSY place in October, on weekends. Distant parking and crazy lines of people inside their shop aside, it's a place where many people in the area take their kids. The tarts I bought inside tasted more store-bought than home made (lots of sugar! too sweet for me), so won't be taking part in their baked-goods section again, but their unique home-decor items were just that.. unique! Didn't venture into the other parts of the farm, but they had some great pumpkins and decorative potted cabbage for sale.
  • Agreed, too expensive to pay $12 per parent to watch kids play. I always buy food and apple's and apple products is that not good enough? Because it's a one of a kind in milton does not give them license to rip people off.
  • Amazing place for a young family to spend the day. Go for lunch and take home a pie for dinner. When my children were younger we would buy an annual pass and go weekly. A very relaxing place to spend time.