The Shoppe at Brookhollow

★★★★☆
40.9384 -74.4192
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973-402-2277

425 Powerville Road

Boonton, NJ

07005

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Our playgroup took at trip to Brookhaven Farms for their pumpkin picking this past fall. It's located on the farm, at the spot I know as "The Four Corners," just on the other side of Kinnelon as you enter Boonton Twp on Kinnelon Road. So close, but feels worlds away. We had a tractor ride, pumpkin picking, a visit with the petting zoo and alpacas all for under $10.

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Our playgroup took at trip to Brookhaven Farms for their pumpkin picking this past fall. It's located on the farm, at the spot I know as "The Four Corners," just on the other side of Kinnelon as you enter Boonton Twp on Kinnelon Road. So close, but feels worlds away. We had a tractor ride, pumpkin picking, a visit with the petting zoo and alpacas all for under $10.

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This is a fun place to visit and browse...even buy...if you like unusual clothing, toys, etc. made out of the wool of the alpacas that they raise on this farm. Lisa Phillips, store manager and owner, is very helpful and interesting to talk to. The store has limited hours; but, if you call and find out the times it will be open, you will be delighted. They even sell yarn to make your own creations. Also, they have a pumpkin patch in the fall and include a hayride to see the several animals on the farm. At Christmas, they sell freshly cut trees from another property they own. To see the alpacas up close is a delight for children and adult alike. Don't miss this local business.

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This is a fun place to visit and browse...even buy...if you like unusual clothing, toys, etc. made out of the wool of the alpacas that they raise on this farm. Lisa Phillips, store manager and owner, is very helpful and interesting to talk to. The store has limited hours; but, if you call and find out the times it will be open, you will be delighted. They even sell yarn to make your own creations. Also, they have a pumpkin patch in the fall and include a hayride to see the several animals on the farm. At Christmas, they sell freshly cut trees from another property they own. To see the alpacas up close is a delight for children and adult alike. Don't miss this local business.

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