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Such an amazing place. Great food and great people! Our favorites are the chicken Ceaser Wrap, grilled cheese for the kids and the chipotle chicken sandwich. They make their bread fresh everyday too!! more »
This rural bakery and café makes wonderful bread, dinner rolls, cinnamon buns, and pies. They serve sandwiches made with their own breads, and tasty homemade soups. With each sandwich are chips and a ... more »
array of local grown fruits and veggies with great big sandwiches and fresh baked bread, cinnamon rolls, biscuits, and donuts, just to mention a few. Lots of things for the kids to do certain times of... more »
Went there for the pumpkin patch. We were there five hours and all we did was wait in line. Twice for sandwiches, once for donuts, once for the hay ride, once for the cow train and once for the Noah's Ark...five hours. Waited 40 minutes in line to get the apple cider donuts only to be told it would take another hour to get them. They are completely under staffed and unorganized to handle the number of people there. It was so bad we finally left without getting any pumpkins. There are MANY other pumpkin patches out there to chose from, stay away from this one. A $12 bracelet lets you on all the attractions for the day...five hours waiting in lines. Who would want to spend the whole day there? I wouldn't be surprised if someone from Fir Point said "We are sorry to here you had a bad experience at our farm. We at Fir Point strive to...blah, blah." Pick another pumpkin patch, because at some point your time has to be worth something.
I have visited Fir Point Farms in the past and as far as I can recall it was pleasant, however I will never visit this place again after the way my father in law was treated today while attending my Nephews first field trip. He is battling Cancer and all he wanted to do today was go experience his Grandsons first field trip. After enjoying some of the outdoor activities with the group he decided to sit the hay ride out and head inside to warm up since the cold is particularly hard on him. He was soon approached by staff informing him that they were not open to the public and these were private events. He responded by telling them yeah I know, I am here with my Grandsons school for a field trip and explaining the situation. He was then interrogated with a bunch of questions about the school which he didn't know all the answers to. At that point he was left alone for a few minutes to enjoy his water until he was approached AGAIN. Needless to say it was a very unwelcoming experience that left him feeling like he did something wrong for trying to enjoy some quality time with his grandson. It left a sour taste in his mouth and it quite frankly pissed me off when I heard about it. So much to the point that if my kids upcoming field trip happened to be at the same place, we were going to sit it out. Luckily its not, and hopefully we have a much more pleasant experience then my father in law did here today!
Fir point farms is a great place to go for fall activities. Their prices are reasonable and the attractions are fun as well. I'd definitely recommend getting some apple cider doughnuts, homemade cinnamon rolls, and their pull apart bread!
ive been here a couple of times.....the food is a taste of heaven in your mouth.....and there slways enough to share or take home ..to savor the memories......but the thing that will always bring a smile to my face because of the joy i feel inside.....is watching the triplet and my youngest grandson Tristan....have the time of their young lives....corn mazes hay rides 'slides.the animals .....alll the open space for a child to get a workout that they will see as nothing but fun....they have seating and rest areas for those of us who who benefit from them....planning on going here again soon...birthday....celebration.....love the autum..... .
randomly came upon this place and was completely delighted!!! the place is so clean, friendly, and DELICIOUS!! the people working there were top notch and professional. I had the turkey and cranberry sandwich on a croissant and it was out of this world! what a wonderful find!
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