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Anderson Farms, Erie

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • So what do you do in Colorado in October! The perfect place to be for families is the ANDERSON FARMS. A corn maze with three challenging courses. My grand daughter, 12, was loving every minute of it. ...  read more »
  • This was our second year to visit Anderson Farms. We go in September when it is cheaper and also use a coupon. I have two grandbabies and they especially liked the barrel train, hayride to the pumpkin...  read more »
  • This place far surpassed my expectations. It's a GREAT little activity to do with friends or family. The corn maze was awesome and so cool to take the ride out to the pumpkin patch to pick your pumpki...  read more »
  • We visited for their Halloween maze and paintballing. The maze was so much fun. My boyfriend was actually startled once! The paintballing could have been more for what we paid for. We would probably do it again.
  • Be careful of thieves -- our wagon was stolen. Anderson Farms required us to put our wagons in a particular area in order to go to the pumpkin patch -- but did not have anyone watching our wagons -- then someone stole our Radio Flyer wooden wagon. I have kids ages 5 and 8 who still ask "who would take our wagon, why did someone take our wagon". Anderson Farms did nothing to help the situation. They have security cameras to check to see who took it but refused to do any due diligence. Who cares about the little kids who had their wagon stolen while on our premises??? Not Anderson Farms. After all they made their hundreds -- just on us that day... and got a wagon to boot!!
  • I'm torn on this review because the experience was great. My friends and I spent hours in the corn maze. The admission seemed a but too steep since it included almost nothing inside though. Then, the pumpkins were way over priced. You go to a pumpkin patch for nice, unusual pumpkins that are cheaper than King Soopers. (Not the case I'm afraid). Spent $8 on a pumpkin that's hardly large enough to carve. I might return with friends or family, but this wouldn't be my first choice.
  • It's a cool place to bring your family with all the activities they have to offer but.......prepare to spend a lot of money on any food cart if you didn't bring food. Whatever you do, Do Not Spend money on the chicken/steak on a stick Food Cart! You will be pulled in by the sweet smelling aroma of the sauces that are the only good thing there. The woman that took my order both times was extremely rude and I wanted to throw the food I had in her face! Their "steak" on a stick, which was $9 are frozen crap paddies cos it was not steak and the "chicken" on a stick....well let's just say that if you liked McDonald chicken nuggets from the late 80s/early 90s that had the cartilage rubber balls in them, you love these. As for me I almost barfed on the spot when I took a bite and had 3 of those rubber balls in my mouth. $8 for left over chicken packed together to look like a Patty. When I asked for water to top off my powdered down, super sweet strawberry lemonade, I was told $1 to have a little less than a cup of water added. At that point, between $36 for crap food, the rude service, not getting a refund for my crap on a stick, $1 for additional water, and the nerve to tap the tip jar, they are the reason I give Anderson Farm 3/5. Yes they did ruin my whole time there no I did not tip cos I don't believe in tipping if I'm not being sit and served.
  • Great place to take the kids have a good time in the fall. Plenty of activities for the kids. I the patches were full of different size, shape and color pumpkins. It can get pricey between the entrance fee and the cost of pumpkins.
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