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Apple Holler, Sturtevant

(2.2/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • This was such a fun place to eat and the gift shop was great. Lot of fun samples including wines. Was a fun stop.  more »
  • The food and service were excellent. I had the chicken pot pie and loved it! The only thing is, I think they should pave their parking lot. It was a wet day, and the lot was somewhat muddy.  more »
  • The weekend breakfast buffet is delicious and plentiful, with great service and take home bakery shop has great taffy apples and frozen chicken pot pies.  more »
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  • This is a like a normal apple orchard on steroids! I was super impressed with the amount of activities to keep both the young and old entertained. The staff is very friendly and the facilities are well kept. Definitely worth a fall visit!
  • This location is a tourist trap. Be prepared to park and walk at least one or two blocks as it is very crowded. Also, picking your own bag of apples will cost you around $20. I picked a pumpkin that would have been around eight dollars at a local grocery store but paid $18 for it here. However, if money is not an issue this is a guaranteed great time for your family and your kids will really enjoy it as it has a lot of kid friendly activities.
  • Have not had a bad meal here. Fish fry is great and I love their fish taco's. I also love their selection of sides (casserole, nice salad, soup, potato pancake and more). We also love that we don't have a Friday "wait" like other restaurants.
  • Was scheduled for a field trip last year in October for my center with 17 children ranging in age from 3 to 11 yrs. Was also informed that 3 hours would be sufficient time to get what we wanted. Arrived 20 min early to check-in and was waiting 30 min in addition. When finally acknowledged and checked-in, I was told that they were 20 min behind schedule for the hay ride to the pumpkin field and that our group could be accommodated with a short skit until our ride. After 45 long minutes of a skit, the children were eager to board the hay ride and get pumpkins. We were escorted to the ride only to find that it had already been boarded with other groups and that not all of our team would fit and that we were going to have to ride separately.... Once realizing the time, we noticed that our contracted transportation was due to pick us up within the hour and return us to the center. So I had to disappointed the children by asking them to exit the trailer and escorted them to gather pre-picked apples and pumpkins. Before leaving, I'd spoken with our guide, who reported our experience to the manager and was told that we could return the prior year at no cost.. After a month of trying to get to the person that handles this, I have had no luck. Only passed around from person to person, that says it can be accommodated but no follow-up or resolution yet. I attended Apple Holler as a child and was excited to provide the same experience to our other children. I now know that larger organizations are accommodated more. So it yet again, sucks to be a small business owner....
  • Paid 5 dollars to park, just to get to the gate and find out anyone 2 and up is 8 dollars each to get in. They no longer offer wristbands... Everything is roughly 4-6 tickets each equaling roughly $4-6 each item. Even if you choose to just walk around its still 8 dollars... What a wasted trip. I will not be back. I will not recommend this place to anyone!!