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Cherry Avenue Farms, Vineland
(4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Loved the fact that we were brought from orchard to orchard by a tractor towing seats (my nephew thought it was a train and loved it!) We had a picnic in one of the orchards and were able to shelter u...  more »
  • Cherry Avenue Farms is a great place to visit if you're interested in a pick-your-own-fruit experience! There is an entrance fee ($4 for adults and $2 for kids) which is taken off the price of the fru...  more »
  • This is our second year in a row picking cherries here. The prices are reasonable and the Cherries are sweet. You really have to search for the best trees here as some trees have bland cherries while ...  more »
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  • Good place for cherry picking with kids. However it was way more crowded than I expected. A word of advise; unless you really want lot of cherries, should not get carried away and pick a lot. Although cherries here are much less expensive than in a supermarket, they are not cheap either. If you fill up the cardboard picking basket they provide to the top with cherries it will cost somewhere around $30. The entry fee of $5 per person is deducted from this.
  • Amazing place . It's perfect for a date. It's $5 a person and they deduct the fee when you check out with your cherries. It's an amazing experience and the truck ride to the farm is so much fun. If you are going on a hot day, make sure you are well prepared. If you have a chance, buy their blueberry honey. It's the best honey I have tasted ever!
  • A Canadian friend of mine said that fruit picking is one of the top summer activities in Canada and being here at this farm was all I needed to prove this claim. We arrived on a lazy Tuesday afternoon and the place was surprisingly busy. After paying the 'entrance' fee, we were given individual boxes as containers and then led to the farm to pick as much cherries as we could. The previous weekend's barrage of visitors left us with fewer trees to pick cherries from but we still managed to fill half our boxes. The cherries were sweet and I did not mind eating directly from the tree. Overall, a nice experience.
  • Superb experience! Kids and adults all love it. The farm is very well managed, and events are organized properly. I would recommend for everyone to go there. The website has updated information on what's available right now.
  • I had so much fun picking peaches at the farm here. There's a small admission fee and you pay by the pound for the peaches that you pick. The admission fee is then deducted from your final total at the end. Kids and pets are allowed! How wonderful. There's a tractor that comes frequently and drives you to the farm where you can pick peaches and nectarines. I'm not sure about other fruits because I really just wanted peaches. They were lots of peach trees and the peaches were delicious. When you're done, and they don't specify time that you have to return, just hop back on the tractor and they will drive you back to the main area where you will pay for your peaches. There's a picnic section so I spent some time there eating lunch an peaches. Bring lots of water because there's not a lot of shade.