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Riley's Farm

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Sharon N wrote a review Nov 2020
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Our family has visited Riley's Farm for over 30 years! It is one of our absolute favorite annual family experiences! This is a MUST see and do for every family in this area or visiting this area. The living history and apple picking are only a few aspects of the experience that we love! We always stop to enjoy a nice meal at the Hawkshead. You won't regret stopping at Riley's Farm!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Janice Doe wrote a review Sep 2020
Yucaipa, California64 contributions8 helpful votes
There's outdoor seating in the beautiful mountains. Reasonable prices in the restaurant compared to some of their competitors who are now charging for parking and have raised their prices radically. This is a family friendly place with lots of activities for children. They have bounced back from the covid19 closures, plus the closures from recent fires without "sticking it" to the folks who drive miles to get there, and then find out the food prices are out of control.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Dick B. wrote a review Sep 2020
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Such a GREAT experience for kids! We did an overnight experience, gold rush event and it was very educational, fun, safe and they serve great food! The staff stays in character and really puts on a great event. Sleeping accommodations are super rustic so be prepared for that but ALL the kids had so much fun.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Daniel M wrote a review Sep 2020
Jurupa Valley188 contributions82 helpful votes
My wife and I, along with some retired law enforcement and teachers recently visited for some apple pies. Absolutely great. Having eaten at the Hawk's Head restaurant many times, we look forward to a time when some fire is not trying to burn down the whole Oak Glen area with the Apple Fire, or today's El Dorado Fire, and at the end of our governor's shutdown orders. Tragic. We also look forward to seeing their Revolutionary War sessions with field trips when the pandemic is over. As a retired GATE teacher of 40 years, I have to say that they are among the best I have seen. This is not only with my groups, but my observations of many other groups several of us have intricately observed around the facility in their rotating groups. All the "stations" were excellent and the handling of the kids, as well as the presentations were historically accurate, well controlled, diverse, and presented my students and the others with excellent critical thinking opportunities with the activity. Costuming is accurate as well as representation of the era. It is disappointing that many people are seeking out this site to criticise a non-problem for their own political purposes. Those field trips are non-political, and one of the only accurate opportunities for the students to do hands-on experiences. I look forward to supporting hundreds of students in there for lessons on an actual apple orchard, so they can see that food doesn't come out of a fast food window or microwave box, and a chance to experience some living history with some diverse presenters who really care for and interact with those students. Riley Farms is an awesome and fun place to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bill N wrote a review Aug 2020
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My wife and I love to visit Riley's Farm the shows are fantastic the food is so good (homemade apples pies) the atmosphere is family friendly and very patriotic! We highly recommend visiting for berry picking or one of the very patriotic and historically accurate reenactments of the founding of this great country or just walking the beautiful farm! The Riley family are great American patriots that love God and love our great country! Please don't listen to people saying they are racists because that is a blatant lie they are not!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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