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Riley's Farm, Oak Glen

(3.8/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • Worst experience ever! In all my years of dining out, I've never been subject to such terrible customer service. We had paid roughly $50 per person several months in advance, as did approximately 35 o...  more »
  • We stopped by this place on the way out of Oak Glen for a bite to eat. There seemed to be a fair amount going on with some period dressed individuals. The menu was very simple with not so many choices...  more »
  • Our visit to Riley's Farm as an incredible treat for an autumn weekend getaway. We toured the property to get an idea of how our colonial folk may have lived. Candle making, axe throwing, archery, bei...  more »
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  • My family and I have made coming to Riley's Farm an annual tradition for the last 8 years. Originally we came just for pumpkins, but over the years we have made a day of it and started picking apples, grabbing lunch, and for the last two years, visiting for the Sleepy Hollow Dinner. I was disappointed with this year's pumpkin and apple crops. Although it was the first week of October we left without any pumpkins since we didn't find any we liked and the apple orchards were practically barren. We found more decent apples on the ground than on the trees. This is a trend I have been noticing over the last few years, which is unfortunate because it's the main reason we come here. Another thing I've noticed is that the people running the farm and its events are obviously devout Christians. While this isn't an issue for me, it's definitely not something that's really mentioned on their website, so when the Sleepy Hollow dinner is kicked off with a prayer, it throws you a bit. Tonight's dinner ended with a religious song, which again, isn't really an issue, but it can be a bit awkward if you're not a religious person and aren't joining in in the singing. This is just something I think people should be aware of in case they are offended by it, or for some reason don't want to partake in it. All things considered, we'll continue to make Riley's Farm part of our annual fall tradition. And if you're staying for lunch be sure to try the Tri Tip it's delicious!
  • Really great field trip for our 5th grade class. The operators all stayed in character and did interesting workshops. A reenactment of a battle that the kids get to be involved in, great chicken pot and other pies, and a very stirring message at the end of the day to inspire the kids. GREAT.
  • omg i love it and food is ok but my kids was happy and they shoy a bow and thew a tomahwk and fun for adults
  • If you're looking to go apple picking in a colonial setting, look no further. Riley's Farm appears to be a fall tradition in the IE. Got a huge bag of apples, a pie, and a tri-tip sandwich. My only complaint is that it's a bit too crowded for my taste. Luckily, there are other apple orchards in the region.
  • Cant think of anything bad about this place. Beautiful, quiet, peaceful. Rich in history - honest with the history they present, meaning you will find neither the current revisionist history that some people like to present without ANY evidence - but neither will you find any glossing over of the rough spots. But history isnt the only thing here - its a FANTASTIC place to just have a nice day with your family! Great food, plenty to do for grown-ups and kids, amazing atmosphere! Go here, you won't be sorry!