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Springridge Farm, Milton

(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • This place is fantastic for kids and adults. For kids there are animals to feed, slides, tractor rides, corn maze (fall), and there's always special holiday events going on. For Adults there's the mar...  more »
  • What a wonderful place to spend a couple of hours. Large acreage farm with something for everyone. Family run by the Hughes - farmer John and Laura. They have created quite the attraction for families...  more »
  • Had a very nice time at Springridge Farms. Took my sister there for some Christmas gift shopping and lunch. They have a great array of gifts and baked goods/jams. Their café restaurant makes lovely ba...  more »
  • 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.