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Honey Pot Hill, Stow
(4.1/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • This was my first experience at Honey Pot Hill and now I want to go to Massachusetts Every Fall. Awesome place! 
  • Went up to MA & NH for fall festivities. Spent a good part of the day here. Cider and donuts are great, Apple pie was clearly from fresh apples but the recipe made it seem store-bought. The hedge maze...  more »
  • No matter the growing season, you will not be disappointed with Honey Pot Hill! And oh those Apple Cider Donuts... they are amazing! Picked Blueberries for the first time this year and will go back ne...  more »
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  • I LOVE Honey Pot. And more importantly, so does my son. He can pick (and eat) apples, the hayride actually stops at different spots for you to get out to pick different apples, the store has great food/drinks and you can feed the animals & pick pumpkins, etc. They even have a section where you can buy apple-wood. Depending on the day, they'll have hot apple cider ready for you or they'll have an apple cider slushy, which is also fantastic. There's also a pretty good maze to walk through with a surprise in the middle. I've got a soft spot for this place but it's great, we haven't been let down. We go every year and have always enjoyed it. Only downside is that sometimes the traffic to/from can be pretty epic and since the bridge on 62 has been under construction, that only makes it worse. And from what I've seen, the further East of 495 you get, the more expensive some of the apple picking spots are. Also, maybe it's little known but you can later on get Christmas trees from this farm too.
  • Peaches are out of this world good. White peaches are something almost candy-like and drip down your arm juicy. Apple are equally as good. You can't go wrong in autumn for apples. And save yourself a lot of "cost" when it comes to picking such as bag fees, or other "fees" that other farms tack on. It gets crowded on the weekends but during the week it's just about perfect. Plenty of farm area to explore. Blueberries and the mazes are great. But they also excel before Christmas. Get your holiday tree. Sip warm cider and roast marshmallows. This a family tradition for us.
  • This place is very large and thus many people come here and it can accommodate the people however it was slow long lines waiting in traffic trying to get into the parking lot long lines in the parking lot to park a long walk from the parking lot to the front, and long lines waiting just to get a bag so we could go in the orchard. Then more waiting for the hayride and for the hedge maze. Then when we finally got to the orchard off the hayride the apple of are hard to find they were very picked over there were zero pairs even though they said they were Paris and so we were stuck with just what happens where they're at they use ladders to climb to the top of the trees. Probably if we had picked a different section of Orchard with different types of apples that probably would have been more aware where they dropped us off it was slim pickings. There are very few people out in the fields that work there to help you direct you where you going or point you in the right direction. The only person we saw was one woman guarding the pairs that they were saving to sell at a marked-up rate in the store so no they had rows and rows of pairs they would let you pick and the only person to help with this security guard preventing you from picking them. Trying to go into the store to get donuts or cider forget about it. The lines were just incredible and not even worth it. They say they have farm animals but that consist of a couple of pigs a couple of goats that you can look at and throw some food at. Not much fun there either. They have this enormous hedge maze we didn't even do it because it took so long to get in and how and waiting in lines all day we didn't have the hour they said it took to go through the Hedge maze so though that looked like it was the main attraction we skipped it altogether. If you're looking for a nice pleasant apple picking fall activity with your significant other or family this really isn't the place not very relaxing we are stressed out most of the day just being jostled around with groups of people.
  • The orchards are just darling. Went on Columbus day and even though crowded had a great time. The apples are delicious. So are the donuts. Lots of ladders or just climb on your own. Go later in the day and there are no lines.
  • Been going here for many years with the family. Always have a great time. We usually take a family picture there. Only downfall is sometime the lines to get into the parking lot and the lines to pay can be long and slow. But it's worth the trip.