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Marino Lookout Farm

 Based on 9 ratings from across the web
Category: Business to Business, Food and Agriculture, Crops, Farming, Fruit
89 Pleasant St S, Natick, MA 01760

508.647.4869


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9 Reviews of Marino Lookout Farm

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Apple Torture by wherertheempires on Oct 12, 2008

After a cute little train ride where we had to suffer through embellished lies about the history of the orchard, we were deposited on one of the 180 acres to pick our apples. The apples must have been on one of the other...
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Save your money and do not go to Belkin Farm in Natick by LizzieBella on Oct 10, 2008

They each got to pick 6 apples and the grand total for the apples was $28.00. The kids wanted to pick more but for that price there was no way they were going to fill their bags...outrageous! They had more fun getting ice-cream...
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wayyyy overpriced by irene1966 on Sep 16, 2007

Since the new owners came in last year it has gone completely down the tubes. They nickle and dime you to death. The train rides which were at one time free, then a few bucks and now...wowwwww...out of this world. A family...
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Greatest racket in the history of orchards by Jamie on Dec 4, 2008

You are not allowed to walk. You must pay. Then when you get to the orchard, only certain sections are open to picking. I wanted Cortland apples and even though I could see rows and rows of great big ripe Cortland apples,...
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No more spark in the farm by wknight on Sep 6, 2007

I went over the Labor Day weekend with my 3 children to find only a dirty farm. Way over priced... It cost us almost 40.00 just to ride the train to the apples..then another 54.00 for the fruit. Are you kidding me??? The...
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A rip-off for families! by charles_roberts on Oct 8, 2008

For a family of 4 this would cost $52. What a rip-off! I think the apples would hve been an additional $2.50/pound - seemed high. I have been to this farm in the past and the fruit seemed fine (nothing special) but these...
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Strawberries! by fnelson02 on Jun 17, 2002

Make sure you mark your calendars (end of June-ish) for their Pick Your Own Strawberry season! They might cost a little more, but if you are a strawberry lover...
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Admission FEE! $14.00 by Wellington on Oct 6, 2008

That's pricy. I don't think we'll be able to afford that again! I can't imagine a family of four people going to pick apples. I thought this was suppose to be an inexpensive fall experience. We felt a little ripped off. Belkin...
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Beautiful Place by m_cannon on May 28, 2002

This place is wonderful. I had no idea how large it was... It goes on for acres and acres, and it's all well maintained. It's a great escape from the city that's real close to the city. The apple picking experience is especially...
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