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Great Country Farms, Bluemont
(3.7/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • Pretty nice place for younger kids Clean restrooms Not for kids older than 12 Apple cider donuts were delicious 
  • There are a lot of things for the kids to do. The staff is very friendly. Dont miss the pig race. They have aggreat selection of local produce and you can pick your own 
  • Donuts - were slightly above average. Maybe I've just been to more places that hand made better donuts. Amusement Park - run down. The putt putt area had pine needles all over it. The T-Rex smashing/e...  more »
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  • Went here for apple picking. You have to pay an admission fee as well as price per pound for how many apples you pick. There were lots of families and they had live music and an apple cider making demonstration. They also have baby goats and bunnies you can feed. There is a huge pig but you aren't supposed to feed that one. Had some cheese pizza at the restaurant and it was okay. Took the tractor ride to where the apples were and started picking. There wasn't a huge selection of types of apples on the trees when I went but it was just the beginning of autumn so not that surprising. Only really saw a lot of apples on the Granny Smith trees and one other kind (yellow w some red). They had other areas with apples with more trees but they were fenced off and you were not allowed to pick those ones. Still had fun but would have liked it if there was a larger variety of apples available on the day I went. Made applesauce with the apples and it is very tasty with some cinnamon sugar.
  • We loved our day at the farm and will be back again very soon. They had tons of activities and unique climbing structures, the cider donuts were amazing, and there is a storefront with local pastured meats and farm veggies. It's well worth the (beautiful) drive there. I highly recommend it! ... Also, you can take a wagon ride to the orchard and pumpkin patch without paying admission. And admission is free for military and dependents.
  • Family had a great time. Prices were a little high, but that's to be expected during the heavy season. Doughnuts took a while to come out; they were coming hot out of the kitchen. At $9/dozen (Fall 2016) it's a little steep, but have to admit they were pretty amazing! The girl selling us our doughnuts looked like she was 12 years old. Which isn't a big deal, but she didn't seem comfortable dealing with customers. Kids LOVED everything about the place! There was occasionally an employee nearby asking if we were finding our way okay or if we needed help finding anything. If they could train more staff to be that way, I think it would be great!
  • It's like a better Cox Farms, but a ways out into the boonies. I liked this place for peach picking, but they also do a lot of other picking there. It's in Bluemont, which means if you live in the DC Metro area, it's going to be a hike. The peaches were delicious, but also the little market they have there for selling their produce. I felt particularly good eating my burgers later that day knowing that I had purchased the tomatoes on it from a real live farmer on a real live farm. Thrilling.
  • We had a wonderful time and so did the kids! We were genuinely surprised with how many things there were to do here. We thought we were going to have to kill some time after picking pumpkins, but instead we didn't have enough! Also, having the vineyard and brewery right up the hill was great for the grown ups ;-)