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Oct 21, 2015

Our adventures at Three Cedars Farm in Northville



What a fun place to visit!  I recently brought my family to Three Cedars Farm and we had a great time!  They are located at 7897 Six Mile Rd in Northville and open Sunday thru Thursday 10a-8p and Fri and Sat 10a-10p and they have fun for the whole family!  An important note is that they do not accept credit cards, only cash and check.  They do have an ATM but you might want to bring cash.

To give you an idea how much, here are the prices for different activities:
Train rides $5 per kids
Hay ride $5 per family
Pumpkins were about $6-$10 each depending on size

My two kids and I were there for about 2.5 hours and spent $30 total.

The train rides are so cute!  The conductor was in-character and the kids enjoyed it so much!  There were some adults that rode with the smaller kids so they do allow that.  The Hay Ride takes you to the pumpkin patch and back.  There is a petting farm with pigs, goats and roosters.  The roosters roam free around the property.  There are slides and playscapes, a corn kernel 'sandbox' and tractors for them to ride on.  Sure to be lots and lots of fun!



Three Cedars is one of our favorite pumpkin patch/cider mills and we are actually going back tomorrow!  You can make a full day out of it if you plan ahead and pack lunches. 

 The experience was fun for the kids, to take a wagon ride to pick their pumpkins and then bringing them home to carve.  Here are ours, and hey - we may  not be that great at stencils but we tried!  Any guesses of what they are?


Have you ever been to Three Cedars Farm?  Share your experiences with us!

Hugs, kisses and pumpkin everything!
Robin
Metro Detroit Mommy

Metro Detroit Mommy Blogger: Robin Slawnyk HarmonyND
Robin is a busy Wife and Mom of 4 and owner of  Harmony Naturopathic. She considers herself a stay-at-home Mom even though she is a Photographer and Holistic Practitioner working in her community. Robin homeschools her children and leads a very natural and organic lifestyle. You might consider her the "crunchy" one of the group, as her focus will be on the natural products and services available to us and like-minded families. 

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