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My wife and I went specifically to get a hotdog made an apple cider along with some other goodies from the general store. It is like a Wonderland for food there! Beautiful freshly made pies incredibly delicious donuts including maple bacon now and a hotdog...More
Went with the sole purpose of getting some of the famous cider donuts. Waited on a long line with little kids in a cramped store (with too many things for them to touch) only to find out that there were no donuts. Lady behind the...More
We stopped at the farm today after a hot humid hike in Hacklebarney Park. We were thirsty and hungry so we made a beeline for the donuts and bought a half dozen and bought drinks. These are the freshest donuts I have ever tasted. The...More
One of the best places to visit in the fall in all of NJ - very ideal setting and off the beaten path with SUPER FRESH CIDER and tidbits to eat.. every year it is super place to visit! Highly recommend
Off the beaten path in Chester- but great baked goods and cider. Perfect place to pick up some fresh doughnuts and apple cider for a picnic snack at the Hacklebarney State Park that is just around the corner!
I have not been here in about eight years and it has not changed much since then except for the McMansions that are being built around the farms in the area. This really wrecks the mood of area (this should not be allowed by farms)....More
Our day program for adults with disabilities took a day trip to this farm and I can't even begin to say what a wonderful place this was. Before we even parked, we could smell the delicious aroma of fresh baked goods and fresh apple cider....More
Hackelbarney's is a smallish farm. You can visit here for an hour or two. They have a small store that usually has a line out the door. It's hard to browse inside because of the crowd jammed in. The pies are good.
The pumpkin parch...More