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Smolak Farms, North Andover

(3.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visit Smolak Farms every fall for apple picking. They have a little shop, their donuts are good and their ice cream is also good. They also have a lot of deer and other animals in the back. 
  • Smolaks is a great place to go with friends and family. Awesome apple selections! Would recommend the cider donuts! 
  • Nice selection with live deer. Very fun to hear their bleats. Nice country store with drinks and baked goods. Yummy cider donuts. 
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  • This place is awesome. This farm is very laid back and easy to relax at with something for everyone. They have blueberries, apples, pumpkins and probably more I don't know about. The food they have is common but prepared well and the baked goods are unbelievable. They have top notch apple cider donuts. And for anyone from Western Mass they carry Bart's ice cream. There is a big kids area with animals, a bounce house and even a cow train! totally cute.
  • This is about as close as it gets to an authentic autumn trip to the orchards. The Apple picking was well priced, the farm store sold an array of pies, ice cream and decorations. It's a great place to take the family or a date.
  • The system for getting a apple grabber is a little janky, but the people are nice and the field is pretty. There was little selection for apples and the ones still on the tree were a little iffy. A lot of people too. Overall though, the field was nice to walk in and the food was good.
  • A great selection of apples but also so many people. I've never seen so many people at a farm! It doesn't help that we went during what I would expect to be one of the busiest weekends of the year. Even with the amount of people, there were still enough apples of each type for everyone.
  • This place managed crowds so poorly it ruined the experience entirely. 30 min to park, no attendants in lots so cars parked in, angry people, chaos. Lines for food 50 people deep with one cashier or person working. I understand crowds on beautiful days but this was Hell.