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Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm (OFFMA)

Phone : (905) 878-8781
Toll Free Phone : (800) 387-4028
Fax : (905) 878-6979
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
Outside Web Page :
Your Host(s) : Chudleigh, Carol and Tom

Milton, ON (Nearby: Campbellville, Kilbride, Cedar Springs, Speyside, Acton, Hornby)

8501 Chudleigh Way
Milton, Ontario
L9T 0L9

Ontario Tourism Region : Hamilton, Halton, and Brant

educational program for school tours Open for Sunday Shopping can accommodate tour groups Wheelchair accessible rides, play areas, mazes, animals, puppets, festivals, live entertainment, etc. pies, tarts, bread, cookies, muffins, donuts, etc. school tours, birthdays, reunions, weddings, corporate functions, etc.

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Tour Group Person Limit: 200

Driving Directions:
  • Farm is located at 9528 Hwy 25, 3 km. north of Hwy 401.

Business Hours:
  • July - October 31st 7 days a week 10am - 5 pm.

Description From Owner:
  • Apple Picking
  • Petting Zoo
  • Children's Play Area
  • BBQ
  • Freshly Baked Pies and Blossoms
  • Corporate Parties

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Taisiya Mikhno on 13-May-24
I loved this farm, 8 of us went there last weekend of October. You walk into a big open space on the right you have restaurants with good and bakery. On the left they sell cider. We got hot one with whiskey it was super delicious. Straight ahead is a stage, I assume something is going on there during the summer. Also multiple roads going sideways where you can find a tractor ride to Apple fields, where you can do apple picking, and nature walk with different swings; mini zoo with donkeys, alpacas, goats, kettles and other farm animals; huge kids zone with different slides, and different rest areas and photo zones; as well as as a shop right by the entrance. We all enjoyed it. It was a great experience highly recommend!

BT Thilee on 04-May-23
Wonderful place to visit with family during various seasons; went for Apple picking two seasons in a relaxing entertainment for adults and kids also enjoy due to the mini farm animal displays in Summer/Falls.. Also a great dating spot during happy hours as they have delicious desserts with live music!

Perfect 10 on 10-May-22
This was so much fun!! There is a petting area where it actually looks like the animals are tended to, no sores or wallowing in dirt. The people are friendly and lovely to talk to and there is a GIANT PLAYGROUND. Us adults had just as much fun as the kids, it was awesome! The food was quite a bit pricey, but delicious. Their pie crust is really, really good. Only one burger on menu and it was delicious and the fries were excellent. It was a rainy day, and I couldn't think of a better place to spend it. If you do go, go and say hello to Annie the cow, and please show her lots of love - she'll hug you right back.

Evan Wee on 10-May-21
I first rated this as 4 stars but now it has to be 5. Chudleigh's is a great place to take your family out for an outdoor activity, especially for younger families. There is quite a lot to see although it is 'just' an apple farm. There are animals on site for viewing and areas for play/photos, so it does leave cozy memories. Lastly, there is a large covered dining area which different food options, some of which are frozen and available to take home for baking. What made me revisit this was the pizza and honey. 1) The pizza is cooked in a wood stove with an awesome dough. So it does take time but darn is it good. My little boy tries a bite and announces out loud 'This is the best pizza in the world!'. I could not disagree. 2) The jar of honey I bought for no particular reason, is one of the most fragrant and complex honies I have tried. It is much, much better than those in mainstream stores and some speciality places. I don't know where they source them from, but I need to get more.

Mostafa Mourad on 21-Nov-20
Chudleigh's Blossom Café Love it! Amazing desserts and drinks selection. Loved the apple berry blossom with ice cream. Giving it 4 only for not having lactose free milk. They have other substitutes like oat milk but they do not have real lactose free milk. Once they get it I will push my rating to 5! What is also nice about this place is the nice outdoor area, big area with nice muskoka style chairs. Will be back.

Mariana Matsiuk on 09-May-20
One of my favorite farms,even despite all lines. Well what would you expect? Of course there are lines on a weekend, like on every other farm, no surprise here. But I totally love entertainment they have, so many things to do. Slides are my favorite. Food are is gorgeous, with all the lights and atmosphere. You can also pick some apples, they have huge variety. But be careful their traditional apple pie is cheaper in metro, no kidding, straight from the farm costs $10.99, while on a farms it’s $12.99.

Douglas Richard Sinclair on 09-May-19
Chudleigh's Entertainment Farm offers a wholesome country living experience. They host live music, serve hard cider and farm fresh goods. The farm provides a perfect place to spend the day for families, couples, or individuals. Kids will enjoy the play area and farm animals. The farm features scenic decor that's perfect for a family photo or that instagram post. The apples taste delicious and are worth every cent. It feels good to support local farms. You won't find a better value of fresh food and entertainment all in one place.

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