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Great restaurant full of cider, apple, bread, jellys
They have the best bbq, and sandwiches.
Horse back riding for kids apple pressing for cider.
Corn lots of corn.
Beautiful apple orchards and pumpkin picking
Riley's Farm is always our first stop when we visit Oak Glen. We regularly buy a family size Chicken Pot Pie at the bakery and bring it home for dinner.
We usually have lunch at Hawk's Head, but this time we decided to try the...More
Fabulous reenactment of the Revolutionary War. Authentic, great enthusium by players. Friendly and welcoming. Activities include tomahawk throwing, archery, basket making, candle dipping, corn husk doll making, and pewter figures by the Blacksmith. Musical entertainment in the Hawks Head Publick House. Also costumed players with...More
Not sure what that last bad post was about. But i get my pies from Riley's Farm every special occasion i can for the past 5 years. I only get their mile high apple pie and those apples have always been large chunks. I live...More
Family and friends descended to this location on one very rainy and gloomy Saturday for a birthday surprise dinner theatre of Sherlock Holmes by the Riley’s Farm theater group.
It was an evening well spent! The actors were in character as soon as we got...More
Our school did an overnight field trip to Riley's farm for one night. They would not tell us our sleeping assignments ahead of time. They put 40 children and 25 adults on cots sleeping in an old barn. No fire exits, no fire sprinklers, no...More
We have been coming here for 30 years and each time we make wonderful family memories . From the beautiful fruit trees to the staff, they really make this a great family atmosphere . Love the apples, berries and pears in the fall. Pies, cider...More
We have spent months anxiously waiting for our trip. We wanted to take the grandchildren to pick apples, but it was too late they were all gone. Most of the vendors were not open, and we spent most of our time just looking at the...More