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Summers Past Farms, El Cajon

(4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • What a wonderful place to get away from the "town" feeling and enter the country. Beautiful barns with gift shops and homemade soaps plus anything you could want! To sit out on the patio with the bird...  more »
  • Cute place! I bought a bunch of garden fairy items. There is a small cafe, a soap shop, antique items, and a lot of garden art.  more »
  • this place is great . small of the road nursery where you can find things you usually wouldn't find elsewhere the large barn the smaller old barns have a soap make store with great stuff a must see an...  more »
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  • Wine festival here every may is nice.
  • Had a good time at the Lavender Festival. Beautiful flowers and friendly people in the shops and booths. Lavender lemonade was surprisingly delicious. We relaxed with the guitar music and singing floating through the festival.
  • This place is awesome! Pack a picnic and take a drive out to east San Diego and explore the quaint grounds of Summers Past Farms. Lots of plants to check-out, even an old soap factory where you can buy the most gorgeous smelling soaps and even learn to make your own. In the fall, stop by their pumpkin patch, and in the summer-- enjoy their annual fairy festival!
  • I always have a good time here. The shops are great and the atmosphere is quaint and relaxed. I love the grounds! It is a great place to take family pictures and being a photographer I am always on the look out for good locations with a variety of backgrounds. They have open fields, flowered gardens, and a babbling brook with a bridge. During the spring/summer they have a sweetpea maze too. So I usually do a shoot and then peruse the shops for homemade soaps and other goodies.
  • Quaint and petite nursery. Not at all a farm, but they do sell garden decorations and such.