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Riamede Farm, Chester

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 45 reviews on the web
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  • If you like apples and want to pick your own then this is one of farms to visit. We went there during the week to avoid the weekend mob and mainly stopped by the barn/store to check out their apple ci...  read more »
  • we have been apple picking nine years in a row now at five or six different farms in nj and i think this one has consistently been the best. the lines are never long. there is always adjacent parking ...  read more »
  • This is the most organized attraction I have ever seen Apple rows and trees clearly marked-go early as to beat the traffic on rte 206 Little pricy but worth it 
  • This farm is that perfect place to experience all those fall activities. Came here few weeks after reading good reviews about them. The farm has a nominal entry fee of $2 bucks and it has ample parking space.When we came here one could pick apples, pumpkins, sunflowers, corn and a different varieties of tomatoes. It was such a fun activity to pick pumpkins and tomatoes. Those cherry tomatoes were dead tasty and fresh. We also indulged in their cider donuts and fresh hot apple cider, they were super yummy :) Staff was super helpful. A great spot to come with family and friends. Definitely coming back here.
  • Costly but fun. We had paid around $170ish for 3 white plastic bags (bags are available and were purchased at site) of apples, 4 bags of donuts (3 donuts per bag), an apple pie (regular supermarket size), and a gallon size bottle of apple cider. Fresh hot donuts and apple cider were delicious. Apple pie was not so sweet which is how my families like it usually. Apples of various types and are still sweet because we really spent the time to pick from different trees and different types of apples. But the main thing was fun for both seniors (my parents), which never pick apples. Most workers on last Sunday Oct 11th were very nice except on lady was determine not to help us, she said she was too busy, twice. But isn't that's the point of we, as the consumers there to spend money? If she had help us, I could of purchase more other items, but oh well. We had to say goodbye to mums, pumpkins, corns, and tomatoes. All I'm stating is I'm there with my families to experience something we had not and was in the mood of willing to spend, spend, and spend more just like so many people were there on a good Sunday. Like I said in the beginning, costly but fun. For other Google viewers might wanna research a bit more for other options for other facilities that are offering the same fun and at a lower cost. With today's economy this farm cost us around $170 is not expansive but "can" be challenging for other families out there.
  • Family friendly atmosphere, without all the fuss that people seem to "need" these days. We all meet here each year to pick apples from 1 year old to 80 years old ... everyone has a great time.
  • Opened on labor day! Had a great time.
  • Fun place ! Cute and true country side looking farm. Fresh products and very nice people. Prices are reasonable and tons of parking space.I will go again with my kids !
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