Miller Farms

★★★★☆
  • 9040 Hwy 66

    Platteville, CO 80651

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  • 970-785-6133

About Miller Farms

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  • Produce Markets

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Miller Farms is a family tradition for us. Each fall we go to take a hayride through the fields. Each paying customer is given a large bag at the beginning of the ride. At each crop that is in season the driver stops to allow you to pick some of that item and put in your bag. We always end up with potatoes, beets, the largest onions you have ever seen, carrots, and a pumpkin. Often times we have also gotten, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelons and indian corn. The kids have so much fun getting to pick the items themselves and I love that they are able to learn about how vegetables grown.

Besides the hay ride there is also a small petting zoo, hay pyramid, hay maze, corn maze, and a giant slide.

They welcome groups so expect to see lots of school buses if you visit.

The Farm is family run. For the most part the family and employees are friendly though, unfortunately, we have run into a few that didn't fall into that classification. We found that if we didn't get an answer from one person we just needed to find someone else to ask.

PROS: Great Vegetables, Pumpkins, Unique Experience
CONS: When It's Busy It Takes Awhile to Get on a Hayride

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★★★★☆

Miller Farms is a family tradition for us. Each fall we go to take a hayride through the fields. Each paying customer is given a large bag at the beginning of the ride. At each crop that is in season the driver stops to allow you to pick some of that item and put in your bag. We always end up with potatoes, beets, the largest onions you have ever seen, carrots, and a pumpkin. Often times we have also gotten, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelons and indian corn. The kids have so much fun getting to pick the items themselves and I love that they are able to learn about how vegetables grown.

Besides the hay ride there is also a small petting zoo, hay pyramid, hay maze, corn maze, and a giant slide.

They welcome groups so expect to see lots of school buses if you visit.

The Farm is family run. For the most part the family and employees are friendly though, unfortunately, we have run into a few that didn't fall into that classification. We found that if we didn't get an answer from one person we just needed to find someone else to ask.

PROS: Great Vegetables, Pumpkins, Unique Experience
CONS: When It's Busy It Takes Awhile to Get on a Hayride

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