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Smolak Farms
315 South Bradford Street
North Andover
MA
01845
Tel: 978-682-6332

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Visit the Smolak Farms, you will find animals such as Baby sheep, llamas, alpacas, golden pheasants, fallow deer, peafowl, goats, zebu cow, swans, rabbits, chickens and so much more!
Stop by and get some grain for the animals...giving them a a treat is one way to give your children the all around farm experience.
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    A group expedition to Smolak Farms is one of my favorite Fall traditions. Here's why:

    1. Fresh cinnamon sugar and cider donuts
    2. Hay rides
    3. Pick-your-own apples
    4. Petting zoo
    5. Pumpkin patch

    I can (and have) spent hours wandering the orchard sampling every variety of apple imaginable. This is the perfect weekend afternoon activity for families, couples, and friends. Pro tip: If you overdose on apples or donuts, Smolak offers heartier food like chicken fingers, burgers and hot dogs catered by Salvatore's.

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    I love this place! My friends and I go apple picking here every year (for the past 3 years). The orchards are huge and they have tons of apples to pick. There is lots of parking and the cider doughnuts are delicious! They even have peach, plum, rasberry, and other orchards. Lovely!

    Only downside is bathrooms are port-o-potty only and it gets REALLY crowded at the height of the season, but still it's a great place to go!

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    Horrible experience. There were no apples to pick. I waited an hour to get ice cream.

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    Get fresh everyday @ Smolak Farms! ...Outstanding fresh homestyle egg salad sandwiches, hot handmade apple cider donuts...Thanks to Michael and his helpful staff...just ask for Mary @ the farmstand...5 stars!...simply the best!....Dom K

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    Well, i did my homework and went to Yelp and InsiderPages prior to going here but basically I didn't listen. I read the terrible Birthday party reviews but since we were going for the kids to pick pumpkins from "the patch" I didn't think the reviews applied.... and I couldn't have been more wrong!!

    We got there about 11am on a Sunday and already the field was filling with cars. We found "the pumpkin patch" (a yard with about 200 pumpkins) spread out on the small "patch" area. Since it was the beginning of the day i was expecting more choices...Read More

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by St Wms

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Well, i did my homework and went to Yelp and InsiderPages prior to going here but basically I didn't listen. I read the terrible Birthday party reviews but since we were going for the kids to pick pumpkins from "the patch" I didn't think the reviews applied.... and I couldn't have been more wrong!!

We got there about 11am on a Sunday and already the field was filling with cars. We found "the pumpkin patch" (a yard with about 200 pumpkins) spread out on the small "patch" area. Since it was the beginning of the day i was expecting more choices but we all found "our" pumpkin and went to the cashier. I thought 60 cents per pound seemed high but I didn't realize how OVERPRICED it was and that this was only phase one of the Smolak Farm scam... and i do mean scam in every sense of the word. Six medium/large (but not giant by any means) pumpkins were over $78.00!!

Few local supermarkets are more pricey than Whole Foods and yesterday i saw pumpkins at Whole Foods that were every bit as large as the ones we bought at Smolak Farms that were TWO for $12 (some of the ones we bought at Smolak were OVER $14 EACH)!!!! Market Basket is selling large pumpkins for 29 cents per pound which is about the going price.. NOT 60 CENTS!! ESPECIALLY since the farmer, the distributor AND the retailer all need to make a profit from the retail store pumpkins.

The hay rides are $4 per person (no discount for children) for a very short hay ride; $5 for six donuts (that admittedly are delicious BUT made with cheap corn syrup, not real sugar) but all this was not nearly as upsetting as paying $7 EACH for two carving kits (i saw the EXACT same kit last night at Target for ONE DOLLAR each!!!!!!)

I'm not sure who owns Smolak Farms and how they sleep at night but i can assure you they sleep in luxury. In 2 hours four adults and two kids spent $150 and we did NOT eat or drink anything!! (well, i guess we did eat the cheap corn syrup donuts.. but nothing else).

This place is a scam in every sense of the word!!

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