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We went there on a nice, quiet Saturday morning. My 2-year old liked everything. We did the dino dig (weeks later she is still playing with the dinos we found), the fun park, the gem stones, and the train. I didn't think the gem stone...More
Just a lovely family run farm, with some great activities for young kids.
Fossil Dig - use shovels (grown up and kids size), and sift the sand to find fossilized shells and sharks teeth.
Gem Mining - use the water chute to sift through your...More
My friends and I were here to visit the annual vendor fair. You can literally spend the entire day with all of the vendors they have and there's a nice variety.
In addition, they have a good selection food and being able to see how...More
You can have a nice day there not a real lot to do unless there something special going on. When they have specials you may have to walk a long way to get to the area of the action. I have old and then had...More
The Eagle Mills craft fair is always beyond packed. They cram so many vendors in the tents that people can barely walk around! You can't even stand and look at something you want because there are 100 people pushing in line behind you. Last year...More
I love this place. I've been here a couple of time with family and friends. I'll continue to come back during the seasons it's open. It has a water powered Cider and Ice Cream Mill, a bakery with great fudge, a little express train that...More
Great little find off the back roads of the Adirondacks. Lots of room and activities for the younger kids. Very good Sunday morning brunch (the cider donut pancakes are amazing!). Nice quiet location just to unplug and relax.
We took our Grandchildren to the Eagle Mills Cider Mill Family Fun Park. It was excellent. The price is very reasonable. They did a Dinosaur egg dig, gem mining, a fossil dig. They are given a pail and shovel to dig. All of the eggs,...More