Farms With Hayrides

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Aldor Acres Family Farm

Aldor Acres is a 3rd generation family owned and operated farm 5 kms east of Fort Langley – providing an unforgettable and educational farm experience. What started off as a small Pumpkin Patch during October has now expanded into a … Continue reading

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Applebarn – Taves Family Farms

Taves Family Farms loves participating in farmers markets. Our popular ‘stuff a bag of peppers’  is a signature takeaway, and artisan vegetables — heirloom tomatoes, sweet peppers, mini cucumbers, eggplant, and more –fill our booth! In mid-August, it’s all about … Continue reading

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Cloverdale Country Farm Markets

Cloverdale Country Farm is family owned and operated with over 40 years of farming experience. Our retail farm market showcases quality locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables in season. We grow our own carrots, squash, cabbage, sweet corn, onions, parsnips … Continue reading

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Fantasy Farms Inc.

Nestled in the heart of the Fraser Valley surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges sits Fantasy Farms; fast becoming known as the most entertaining Festival Farm for families to visit! The summer starts off with 2nd annual Chilliwack Corn & Country … Continue reading

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Rondriso Farms

Only 5 minutes from Highway #1, 176th St. Cloverdale exit, Rondriso Farms features our own SPCA certified naturally raised beef, hay, pumpkin patch, sweet corn and homegrown produce stand that we call our “General Store”. Our own daily picked sweet … Continue reading

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Surrey Farms

Come and enjoy the farm-fresh taste at Surrey Farms. We stand by the freshness of our hand-picked berries. We pick strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries daily to provide the real taste of the farm. For those adventurers, our fields are … Continue reading

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Willow View Farms

Family owned and operated since 1960, WVF offers a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables directly from our farm. ** Please note we no longer grow or sell berries ** Our U-Pick apple orchard and Country Store open in late … Continue reading