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Froberg's Farm, Alvin

(4.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • The best part about Froberg's is the strawberry picking. It's easy, accessible, and tons of kids are doing it. The produce stand/grocery store inside is okay but I didn't feel like the produce was tha...  more »
  • We love visiting Froberg's to pick strawberries from December - May! It's easy and fun for the kids to participate too. Be sure to load up on fresh vegetables while you're there and don't forget to ge...  more »
  • It is the best place to go to and experience the picking of strawberries off the vine with family and friends. Just pick up a reusable bucket for $1. They have great fresh food market, homemade pies, ...  more »
  • Decent family fun. Corn maze was fun for all ages, but I feel like there could be a section for the thrill seeker. Not a horror fright fest, just a few scary decor. With a map and flood lights it feels like more of a chore than an adventure. I loved the little smoke house! Great meat.
  • Even though the reviews I read for Froberg's Farm are both good and bad, I actually had a good time with my mom and daughter! Absolutely LOVED taking pics there, and the flower picking was pretty cool. I know for sure that I'll be going back. Flowers were still good after 2 days. If you decide to go, just make sure you take some hats for the sun and some water for your kids. I bought 3 chocolate butter pecan fried pies and some candy for my daughter, they were ok. Good place to take your family outside of Houston.
  • I was taking my daughter to a k12 gathering and unfortunately I got a flat tire. We were able to get it fixed and arrived at 11:30. When we arrived we let the cashier know we were with the k12 group but instead of taking our entry fee, they told us we were late and they did not even know if our group was still here. They told me the group had already did the hay ride and another activity . They seriously would not help us and looked at us as if we were stupid, even though I explained about my flat tire and over an hour drive to arrive. Driving back home now. Very disappointing. 😑
  • Great stop for the kids and even tweens never thought they'd enjoy flower picking and they did. maze was fun, take water with you for sure lol the games are more for the little ones but they were having so much fun also, I loved the store, sausage samples, food was great and staff very friendly and informative. Definitely planning on coming back for strawberry picking.
  • When going there to visit the pumpkin patch, the website said it would be opened for the weekend. I had a family that wanted to do pictures there. Upon arriving I was told it was closed by an employee. When I began to ask him a question he walked past me to talk to another person. I went to another employee who was just sitting down doing nothing. She rudely told me it was closed and I told her it was not listed on the website as closed. She shrugged her shoulders at me and acted like I was bother her. She was not doing anything important and it was really rude to treat customers that way. All the employees working there didn't care about the customers at all. Very rude and will not be referring anyone to come to the farm because of the rude service recieved.