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Hillcrest Orchards, Ellijay

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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2.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • Dust everywhere. Very crowded. No apples. Mediocre craft stores, and you have to pay 5$ per person +5$ parking for it. Waste of time. Apples are quite expensive, you can buy better ones in Sprouts. 
  • We've done apple picking at another more famous orchard. I guess they've spoiled us at the other location because the apple picking here was not very good. The amount of trees was very small and all t...  read more »
  • We took 4yr old and 1 1/2 yr old and 5 adults. Cost $70. Nothing for little one except if you carry down slides and ride little crude cow train with him. 4 yr did enjoy jumping pillow and rides. Apple...  read more »
  • Disappointed. Our main excitement was our treat for the day: fried apple pies. I had these growing up, so I anticipated that same wonderful taste as my younger years. But I was extremely disappointed that the sign states 'Fried' when they are actually baked. Maybe healthier but misleading. Whereas the pies were okay, baking renders a totally different taste than fried. A big letdown when you were searching for the 'right place' to relive your memories. Maybe changing your sign would help folks know for sure what they are getting.
  • Went today, wouldn't go back. Young girl at check in to busy texting, act like she didn't know what was going on. Paid to go in, nothing going on, no attendance for anything. Couldn't get help for questions about some of the apples. Left, went to Reese, had a good time, people on staff to help yo
  • Great place for kids. Clean, petting zoo animals were well taken care of. Very friendly staff.
  • The family had a great time. This orchard has a lot for the kids, including pig races (our kids favorite), cow milking, mule and tractor rides, mini-golf, giant slides, a tire mountain, a petting zoo, a moonshine museum, petal car track, bungie trampolines, a petting farm, pony rides and live music. Yes, some of the displays are a bit run down, and yes, some of the activities are extra (bungie trampolines, the petting farm, and the pony rides). The apples were plentiful, and are on dwarf trees so the kids could pick them. They have many varieties, and the signage could have been better, especially about what was in season. We planed to stay for a few hours, but were there most of the day.
  • If you are JEWISH,HINDU or MUSLIM and wearing your traditional or religion cloths, thing twice before go here. They are eating you with their eyes. and in my opinion They think you are an alien. They are so RUDE. They don't smile. They don't answer your questions.They are saying you "Why are you here guys GO YOUR HOME" with their eyes and acts. that's what we felt last weekend with my family. I WISH THEY COULD LEARN SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY.
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