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Patterson Fruit Farms, Chesterland

(4.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Once you taste these apples you will never buy store apples again. They are crisp, fresh, delicious. We take our 7 grandkds annually to the Fall Fest at Pattersons. It is a family tradition for us. Th...  more »
  • Went with a group for an outing here. Enjoyed the apple picking. Could walk everywhere........there are tractor rides to get you there as well. Plenty of free parking as well.  more »
  • Great family, school, couple friendly atmosphere. You can pick your own apple, honey crisp yummy in my tummy. Very friendly staff and visitors. No public restroom had refused to use port-a-potty in sm...  more »
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  • Really great place to pick apples with delicious baked goods. Also, the staff is the absolute sweetest. We ended up getting a flat tire and one of the people came out and changed the tire for us and gave us directions to where to get it fixed.
  • Fun fall atmosphere. Great place for kids. The farm connects to a metro park with some nice trails. Most prices are reasonable, but some things are very expensive so read signs!
  • Went for apple picking. Well organized, even with how many people were there. Good for families, and anyone looking to get outside on a nice fall day.
  • Love this place! The atmosphere is family friendly and weekends in the fall offer plenty of harvesting activities including hayrides. They have a bakery, specializing in donuts and pies, asa well as a cafe right on the grounds. The backs right up to Orchard Park, providing plenty of hiking opportunities. We love welcoming in the autumn here and love sharing the experience with family and friends.
  • There’s something for everyone at Patterson’s Fruit Farm: for the dessert lover, a top notch bakery (you won’t regret buying a half dozen apple turnovers or apple cider donuts, and their Dutch apple pie is hands down the best apple pie I’ve ever eaten); for the children, a sprawling complex of hay rides, corn mazes, playgrounds, and assorted paraphernalia; for the shopper, a sizeable general store featuring local and regional goods ranging from preserves and ciders to olive oils and fancy pastas; for sadists who can’t get enough of rush hour, a platoon of local sheriffs directing traffic in the parking lot. However, the thing I had the hardest time finding was the main reason I go to orchards: apples. As it turns out, if you’re looking to pick your own apples, you need to head to Patterson’s second location at 8765 Mulberry Rd; they no longer have apple orchards open to the public at this location. Once I got to the orchards themselves, I was underwhelmed: having just come from Eddy’s Fruit Farm, where uncommon varietals of apple abound, I was disappointed to see Patterson only had Gala, McIntosh, Honeycrisp, and Fuji available. I was left wondering why I had driven 30 minutes out to the orchard when I could have just as easily bought the same apples for a lower price at the Target half a mile from my house. I’ll probably be back to Patterson for more of their baked goods, and I’m sure people with children will appreciate all of the family-friendly activities, but when it comes to apple picking from now on I’ll be visiting Eddy’s.