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Emery's Berry Farm, New Egypt

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Loads of Pies, syrups preseves, and wide varieties of canned (jarred) foods. Haven't had anything here I didn't enjoy so far. Oh, it's that time of year, the Corn Maze is up already. 
  • Emery's is a blue berry farm and they have a store that has great baked goods and jams and jellies and assorted other products. Its run by a local family. They also have tractor wagon rides and a smal...  read more »
  • Our grandchildren wanted to pick Blueberry's so we went to Emery's. The children had a ball picking the berries. Their store has everything from cookies, pies, honey and even pancake mixes. We are goi...  read more »
  • This place is much more than just produce, all kinds of baked goods, preserves, and pies! You have to try the pies! The staff is very friendly and seems to remember quite a few folks by name. Nice down home feel. Love Emery's!
  • Don't plan on coming here if you have more than 2 children like I do. I guess I'll never be able to come and enjoy this farm :(. Why is it that every other farm I've ever been to...and yes, I've been to at least a dozen in NJ, and working farms as well.....have no problem letting my children and I enjoy their farms. It's terrible. They also need to highlight in huge letters ...huge BOLD letters this rule before people drive all the way out there just to be turned away. Children were disappointed and I was as well.
  • Nice store, pies looked good. But I asked if I could wash my hands, I was told there was an outhouse on the side of the building. I said "I just want to wash my hands, is there a sink?" Again, I was directed to the outhouse. I can only assume employees wash their hands in the outhouse? Not accomodating or customer friendly. My friend waited outside in the shade holding a small dog because it was a hot day. He was told to "put the dog in your car." We left. No overpriced pie is worth being treated like the scum of the earth. Go to Byrne"s. Regular people, unpretentious, customer friendly.
  • I like pie thus I stop by here on my way to LBI so I might be able to enjoy the buttery, flaky goodness of these pies. I give the pies 4 yummies out of a possible 5.
  • Went there with my 13, 12 , and 6 year old and told I couldn't pick because I couldn't have more than 2 children and by children they ment under 18. My oldest 2 have been picking blueberries among strawberries, pepper, apples, etc. since they were 2 and 3. Not a family friendly place. They told me I could buy blueberries in their store NO THANKS. I went down the road to Dewolf farm, they didn't have blueberries, but we had fun picking carrots and potatoes and bought the blueberries from them
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