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Pond Hill Farm, Harbor Springs
(4.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Husband & I stopped by while on a late fall week long vacation in the Harbor Springs area. We found Pond Hill Farm to be folksy, scenic & inviting, in a rough hewn way. The servers were friendly. What...  more »
  • Stopped here while on the Tunnel of Trees and had a great visit. They have a cute shop with many fruit preserves, pickles, soup mixes. Upstairs we enjoyed the wine and beer tasting, as well as an appe...  more »
  • Lots to do for the entire family! Enjoy the farm-to-table menu choices from which it's hard to make just one choice! Choose a wine or beer from their label to accompany it (better yet, choose a flight...  more »
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  • Great place to spend the afternoon. Activities for all ages. The cafe is great but make sure to get there before peak hours. Beer and wine options are plentiful so make sure to sample before leaving. Don't forget about the general store, lots of good take home items.
  • Pond Hill Farm was recommended to us by a server in Petoskey and I'm so glad we stopped here. The beer flights that we had we great, the variety and quality of the beer was excellent, and then we got to walk around and enjoy the property -- including its many adorable animal residents! I love that there's a winery, restaurant, and brewery on site. There are even yard games like bags and hay rides.
  • Seriously. When 75% of your meal is grown on the very grounds on which you're sitting and there's a brewery on site that uses the hops literally growing up the side of the wall and in your hair, PLUS there's a winery on site too...total foodie heaven. We had the most lovely lunch with flight of beer (both zucchini shreds and kale slaw are amazing as sides, but zucchini is far less adventurous if you need that), then drove the Tunnel of Trees, sat on the beach in Cross Village with some ice cream, and managed to come back for a wine tasting at Pond Hill Farm. A. Maze. Ing. This is a must-visit, and we highly recommend the pumpkin pilsner, even if you don't like pumpkin beer! (The Master Beet and Conspiracy of Rhubarb are super fun too!) If I could give it 6 stars, I would!
  • This place could be great with better management of staff. 3 servers spotted rolling silverware while tables were dirty and we are waiting on someone to tell us what is suppose to be going on. It's however beautiful. Give them a second chance for me. Aloha & SatNam!
  • Nice farm to visit specially in fall. There are variety of interesting activities with pumpkins. It also has nice trails and great place for families and kids.